Forrester Boyd News January 2021

  • 28th January 2021

First class students celebrate accountancy qualifications

We are delighted to announce that George Blake, Ruth Bollington and Phoebe Cranmer, have passed the final examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales...

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  • 26th January 2021

We are delighted to launch our brand new website

We are delighted to launch our brand new website which has been designed with our clients in mind. Our homepage now makes for much easier browsing. Whether you are looking for a se...

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  • 25th January 2021

Self Assessment - Important Update

Today HMRC has announced that Self Assessment customers will not receive a penalty for filing their 2019-20 tax return late, as long as they file online by 28 February. They are st...

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  • 25th January 2021

Great Grimsby Day Poetry Competition

Following our Poem competition to celebrate Great Grimsby Day, we are delighted to be able to announce our winner. Well, winners actually. Partners at Forrester Boyd could not deci...

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  • 25th January 2021

What I love about Grimsby

There’s nowt that grim in Grimsby, and I’ll tell you why, you’ll see,it’s home to some amazing things, a place you’d want to be.I thought I’d write this poem for I have a tale to t...

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  • 21st January 2021

£23m funding to support fishing firm impacted by Brexit delays

Government have pledged £23m pounds to support exporters of seafood to the EU who have been ‘most adversely affected’ by the COVID pandemic and the challenges of adjusting to new c...

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  • 20th January 2021

What does Grimsby mean to you?

‘Grim’ was a Viking, who travelled here from sea he liked its micro climate, so to Grimsby he did flee.He named the town after himself, so Grimsby we became,but what does put us on...

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  • 18th January 2021

Taking back control in 2021

Who would have thought that at this time last year, we would be on the brink of encountering an unprecedented global pandemic, one that will go down in the history books.

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  • 15th January 2021

Self-Assessment Tax Return – can you afford to pay?

The Self-Assessment tax return deadline is looming but for some people, this may be a bill that you can ill afford to pay at the moment.

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  • 15th January 2021

Construction sector reverse charge on its way

The government announced back in 2019 their intent to pursue legislation to shift responsibility for paying VAT along the supply chain with the introduction of a domestic VAT rever...

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