Forrester Boyd News

It’s that time of year again. I am not referring to the tax return filing deadline as such (although that is imminent and important) but rather the time when all the excuses start coming out for late filing. Reading HMRC’s latest press release it is difficult to avoid thinking that if people put as …


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Luke Cottam and Alex Sawden have passed the final examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and are now fully qualified chartered accountants. Luke, a former student of John Leggott College, Scunthorpe, joined Forrester Boyd’s Scunthorpe branch in 2013 and during h…


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The Big Energy Savings week aims to help people cut their fuel bills and provides access to information on financial support you may be able to get. In conjunction with the awareness week, we are taking a look at the benefits to businesses of looking at their energy savings. Energy costs can be a su…


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Are you extracting profit tax-efficiently or making the best use of capital allowances? As we draw closer to the tax year end, we look at the importance of reviewing your financial planning strategies and provide some information on things you may want to consider before 5 April. Read our 2018/19 Ye…


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New Year, new me! A happy new year to all of our Seafood Blog readers, it’s the time of year for New Year’s resolutions and, according to the BBC, the time of year to break them! A shocking statistic reckons one in five of us are gill-ty of breaking our resolutions by the 6 January. For those who ha…


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David Everatt, Chairman and partner at Forrester Boyd talks about what 2019 has in store for us. 2018 proved to be another interesting but somewhat turbulent year for UK businesses. Brexit, the Beast from the East, GDPR, gender pay reporting, single use plastics, the blistering heat of the summer…bu…


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YES…..then are you prepared for the changes to VAT submissions from April 2019? NO…….don’t worry, you still have time but you need to act now. From 1 April 2019 you will need to keep your VAT records digitally, you will also need to file your VAT returns to HMRC electronically using ‘compatible sof…


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