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Healthcare accounting gets you tax-efficient for 2016-17

April marks the beginning of the new financial year, and there's no better time for those in medical disciplines to make full use of our healthcare accounting services and get tax-efficient for the coming 12 months. Each year as the October and January filing...

Get advice on bankruptcy changes

The start of the 2016 tax year brought with it a change in personal insolvency procedures, making it important to seek new advice on bankruptcy if you were already considering the process, or if it becomes necessary in the future. Anyone who had already applied to be...

Manchester accountants advise on Panama tax implications

The recent revelations of offshore accounts held in Panama have been making headlines for understandable reasons, and our Manchester accountants are available to advise you on the legality of any holdings you might have. Reports have emerged throughout the past week...

Scotland consolidates legislation on bankruptcy

The Scottish Government has passed the Bankruptcy (Scotland) Bill 2016, bringing together a generation of legislation on aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency under a single piece of primary legislation. It's the first item of primary consolidation legislation passed...

The Sugar Tax and its implications for healthcare accounting

The so-called ‘Sugar Tax’ announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne in the 2016 Budget speech may have implications for healthcare accounting, particularly in light of the large sums of money at play in the ‘Big Food’ sector

Accounting for doctors’ unpaid overtime in the north-west

The issue of unpaid overtime is high on the agenda in the healthcare sector, especially the NHS, in light of the recent junior doctor disputes - but how do you go about accounting for doctors' overtime as a whole? In recent weeks, disputes from younger NHS workers...

One In Five May Benefit From Personal Insolvency Advice

Up to a fifth of individuals might benefit from personal insolvency advice, as research reveals that is the proportion of UK adults who run into several financial problems in their household budgets. According to R3, the Association of Business Recovery Professionals,...

Junior Doctors – What Does This Mean For Healthcare Accounting?

The ongoing row over pay and conditions for junior doctors has significant consequences for healthcare accounting, particularly among those at the start of their careers in the NHS. We provide accounting for doctors at all levels within the health service, and at all...

Responsible boards can reduce business insolvency risks

The Federation of Small Businesses has stressed the role responsible board members can play in backing smaller suppliers and making sure they get paid on time - ultimately helping to reduce the risk of business insolvency among small businesses. While prudent...

Putting a price on company insolvency for creditors

Company insolvency can be disastrous not just for the business itself, but also for its creditors - which is why corporate recovery under the assistance of insolvency experts is a much more preferable outcome. In the event that corporate recovery is impossible,...

Aspiring homemakers need accounting services in Manchester

A generation of aspiring homemakers could stand to benefit even more from accounting services in Manchester, following the news that younger people in the city are especially susceptible to financial difficulties. This is nothing new - it is often the younger...

Base rate rise could trigger advice on bankruptcy

The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee voted to hold the base rate at a historically low 0.5% yet again this month, but an impending rise could trigger a widespread need for advice on bankruptcy. Economists are increasingly expecting a rate rise, and based on...

Speak to our Manchester accountants about travel expenses

For many people, travel expenses are a substantial cost, but also a potential tax-deductible expenditure - something our Manchester accountants can help you to determine. And in light of figures published by Sainsbury's Bank, there may be the opportunity to save...

Colchester Ice Rink declares company liquidation

After a brave battle against the unseasonably mild weather in recent weeks, Colchester Ice Rink finally declared company liquidation - highlighting how even unusually settled and temperate conditions can be disastrous for some businesses. Whereas most business...

Healthcare accountants see lack of consumer awareness

Our healthcare accountants have seen reports showing that consumers often have little to no clear plan to pay for their own care in later life, even among those who are nearing retirement or are already of pensionable age. The figures from Partnership, a provider of...

Seeking early insolvency advice under ‘bizarre’ FCA rules

It is still as important as ever to seek early insolvency advice, in order to try and avoid entering into formal insolvency proceedings - even though new FCA rules have complicated matters for the advisors who try to help you. R3 has expressed its disappointment at...

Manchester accountants can support retirement planning

The pensions market has become much more open in recent years - making it much more confusing for some people in the process - but our Manchester accountants can help. According to a report from specialist insurance provider Partnership, Greater Manchester ranks 14th...