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News for December 2016

Property income and tax

20 December 2016

Our second active practice update for December 2016 deals with tax matters, reliefs and allowances on different types of property income. To view this article in full please click here.

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Movember Fundraising

19 December 2016

Tim Haley once again took part in the Movember challenge and with a pretty impressive result. Well done Tim! The annual fund raising event gets bigger every year. From humble beginnings in Australia in 2003, the Movember movement has grown to be a truly global one, inspiring support from over five million people worldwide.  Movember’s […]

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Self Assessment

15 December 2016

Our first active update for December 2016 provides a summary of how and when to complete your self assessment tax return.  This guideline may be useful with friends or family with small tax returns to complete and get in by the 31 January 2017. To view this article please click here.

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City Build Manchester completes refurbishment of Boss Model Management’s new office space in Grade II listed building

14 December 2016

haleys client, City Build Manchester, has completed another prestigious project. They have successfully carried out a full refurbishment and fit out of a grade ll listed building for Boss Model Management in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Boss Model Management is one of the most active and respected agencies in the UK with models involved in assignments […]

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Outstanding graduates join haleys business advisers

13 December 2016

  Two outstanding graduates have joined the team at haleys business advisers.  Alex Walmsley was recruited as a trainee accountant after completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics at the University of Sheffield. He works within the business services team producing year-end accounts, management accounts and tax returns. He also assists with R&D claims. In January […]

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December insider newsletter

12 December 2016

Our December 2016 Insider reviews alternative finance routes for small businesses rejected by Banks, business rate changes from 2017, the impact of auto enrolment and increasing contributions to pensions by 2020 and a round up of the Autumn Statement 2016. To view this article in full please click here.

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