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Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)

Countryside Productivity Scheme The government are currently funding a “Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE)”. This aims to improve the technology used in the farming industry in England covering equipment such as livestock monitoring cameras and precision farming technology. The RDPE is taking place over three years and funding applications for the second year (2019) […]

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Workshop: Mental Health Awareness

An introduction to mental health issues in the work place. Presented by Phil Croney & Matthew Hoddinott. We are extremely pleased to host Matthew and Phil on Thursday 23rd January. Running a small businesses can be challenging. It can often be a lonely experience and there isn’t much in the way of training for dealing with or recognising […]

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Changes to Employment allowance

From April 2020 there will be  restrictions on who can claim Employment Allowance. This will be limited to employers who had a secondary Class 1 NIC liability below £100,000 in the previous tax year; if you exceeded this you are no longer eligible. This means that the impending changes will exclude around 100,000 employers from […]

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A local property entrepreneur, Sarah Poynton-Ryan has an inspiring story to tell!

We will be hosting Sarah on Wednesday 15th January 2020, 5:45-7:00pm where she will provide an overview of her property journey. Our Head of Tax, Delyth Barnett, will also be providing a short property-tax update. Sarah is a local businesswoman from Milton Keynes who discovered the “property world” in 2014. Sarah has achieved success through […]

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My mate says my Limited company can pay into my pension…

Your friend is correct, your Limited company can pay into your pension scheme as an employer contribution. How much should I pay? Unlike personal pension contributions, employer pension contributions are unrestricted, however there are limitations for the tax relief. Corporation Tax relief: The contributions from your Limited company can be a tax-deductible expense so you […]

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Ad Valorem Translate – Accounting Terms for Business Owners

You’re an expert in your chosen area of work and your efforts are devoted to making your business work! This may mean that you do not have spare time to research and understand the many accounting/tax terms which are commonly used by accountants and other import elements of running a business. It’s almost like learning […]

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