Accounting Advice

Cashing Out: How Reliant Are You?

John Willett | Towers + Gornall   Hard cash has been in use for centuries and because of this it has naturally become a trusted and reliable medium with which to conduct business transactions. With the onset of the digital age and the switch to online transactions; the popularity of the debit/credit card and paperless banking, […]

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Paying Your Tax Liability

In 2016 HMRC stopped issuing Corporation Tax payslips to Companies. These payslips proved useful as they facilitated easy payment of Corporation Tax at banks and post offices. The payslips also quoted the 17-character Corporation Tax reference relevant to the financial year the payment related to. Payment of Corporation Tax still requires the Corporation Tax reference and this can be […]

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Update: Funding the Agriculture Industry

Updates Regarding Funding Schemes   Since May there have been a number of announcements and updates to industry schemes. Simon Haley returns to summarise these for us.   EAFRD Growth Programme and RDPE Countryside Productivity Scheme: £30 million to improve rural broadband £45 million to help rural businesses grow and invest in new equipment £120 […]

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