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Getting ready for Brexit

22 August 2019

With Brexit looming, how can you safeguard your business to continue trading as usual?  HMRC is helping businesses get ready for Brexit by automatically issuing them with a UK Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. To view the article in full, please click here.

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Digital Accounting Apprentice – AAT Certification

20 August 2019

Haleys Business Advisers have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and enthusiastic digital accounting apprentice, who is keen to learn and develop within our growing accounting department. For full details of the role and how to apply, please click here.

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Identifying inefficiencies in a business

30 July 2019

Our latest active practice update looks at how to avoid waste and maximise profit by identifying inefficiencies.  We look at cashflow efficiency; mapping processes; bootstrapping; cloud accounting; stock control and being tax efficient. To view the article in full, please click here.

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The tapered annual pension allowance

22 July 2019

Our latest active practice update for July looks at how the tapered annual pension allowance affects high net-worth individuals.  We look at how it works; the difference between adjusted and threshold income; carrying forward any unused allowance; anti-avoidance measures and the money purchase annual allowance. To view the article in full, please click here.

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CHR makes Lancashire pub shine

16 July 2019

CHR Food Service Equipment, a long standing client of Haleys BA has just installed a brand new, bespoke kitchen at award winning Lancashire gastro-pub, The Freemasons at Wiswell. Chef, Steven Smith of The Freemasons, which was voted the Number One Dining Spot in Lancashire at the Lancashire Life Food and Drink Awards 2018, has taken […]

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July Insider newsletter

15 July 2019

In this month’s Insider newsletter we look at an error by HMRC which will affect payments on account bills for some taxpayers; why most people making gifts of money or assets are unaware of inheritance tax rules that may apply to them; why auto-enrolment spot-checks are to be carried out by the Pensions Regulator on […]

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Tax implications of working from home

19 June 2019

Our second active practice update for June provides advice for contractors and the self employed.  We look at how to calculate business expenses, what you can claim, the flat-rate system and how capital gains tax relief may be affected. To view the article in full please click here.

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A Royal welcome at the British Commercial Vehicle Museum

18 June 2019

HRH The Duke of Kent made a visit to Leyland last week, to congratulate the team at the British Commercial Vehicle Museum (BCVM) on a recent £2.4 million transformation.  The museum, which receives financial advice from Haleys BA Managing Director, Tim Haley, a trustee of BCVM, reopened its doors in 2019 following the refurbishment.  Greeted by trustees, including Tim […]

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The scourge of late payments

14 June 2019

Our first active practice update for June looks at how outstanding invoices compromise cash flow and how to avoid this.  We look at business plans, payment terms, invoices and what technology is available to assist you. To view the article in full, please click here.

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June Insider newsletter

6 June 2019

In this month’s Insider newsletter, we look at why small business owners are hitting out at ‘unfair’ tax system; why pensioners have been taxed £4bn more than previously thought; the calls for Government to introduce stamp duty tax break for downsizing; and why the CBI recommends the business rate system should be reformed. To view […]

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