Forrester Boyd News April 2022

  • 29th April 2022

We are delighted to celebrate success of our ingrown talent

We are delighted to announce management promotions for six of our staff. Rewarding their commitment and hard work, Alex Sawden, Vicky Lamb, Mike Hall, Phoebe Cranmer, Katie Reeson...

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Defra Exit Scheme now open for applications

Defra has introduced a lump sum exit scheme for any farmers wishing to leave the sector in England. The scheme, first considered in 2018, has been introduced to open up opportuniti...

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ESFA Update – Academies Accounts Direction for 2021 – 2022

The ESFA have recently published the Academies Accounts Direction 2021 – 2022 along with their model accounts and framework and guide for external auditors and reporting accountant...

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  • 20th April 2022

Managing economic uncertainty – 20 Practical Actions Businesses can take

Having just emerged from the pandemic, the UK and global economy is facing a challenging future with rising inflation and interest rates globally. Global stock markets continue to ...

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  • 20th April 2022

How to improve your ‘green credentials’ and your bottom line

We are all striving to adopt sustainability into our lives, reduce our carbon footprint, and help to do our bit to help save the planet.

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  • 20th April 2022

A new breed of digital nomad

The pandemic has freed many workers from the confines of the office, leading to the emergence of a new breed of digital nomad – people who can take their laptop, jump on a plane an...

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  • 20th April 2022

Can the child benefit charge be fixed?

A critical review of how the government taxes child benefits has raised a major question mark over HMRC’s approach to collecting payments.

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The next step for Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT has been in place for three years, but this first phase excluded voluntarily registered businesses beneath the registration threshold. From 1 April...

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  • 20th April 2022

Student loan rule changes from 2023

Around three quarters of those students who started full-time undergraduate degrees in 2020/21 are not expected to fully repay their student loans. However, changes starting with t...

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  • 20th April 2022

NICs boost for the self-employed

Prior to the March Spring Statement, most self-employed individuals were facing increased national insurance contribution (NIC) bills this year. However, those with profits up to a...

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