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Early careers – St Barts Newbury careers fair

Izzy and Steph from our Hungerford office recently attended the KS3 careers fair at St Barts School in Newbury. At UHY Ross Brooke, we take training seriously. From offering work-experience placements to Accountancy apprenticeships with a recognised qualification at the end, and ongoing professional updates, there’s a reason to join

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Could Inheritance Tax be Abolished in the 2024 Budget?

Following the recent Autumn Budget statement there has been speculation that a General election might be called as early as Spring 2024. Normally, in the run up to a General Election there are tax give aways in an attempt to re-elect the incumbent political party. One rumour that has been

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Tax Relief for Expenditure on Plant and Machinery

Did you know the generous tax breaks that exist for investing in plant and machinery for your business? There are several reliefs that are available but I will focus on AIA (Annual Investment Allowance) and ‘Full Expensing’ for plant and machinery. By Daniel Smith – Client Manager Annual Investment Allowance:

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Autumn Statement Summary 2023

On 22 November 2023, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt presented his Autumn Statement to Parliament and started making, in his words, the long-term decisions necessary to strengthen the economy and build a brighter future. Fuelled by falling inflation and stabilised public finances, focus is now being applied to reducing debt, cutting tax

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Be the disrupter

Disrupters are the firms that come up with new ideas and challenge the way things are done. In order to become a disrupter in your market, your firm must be prepared to innovate relentlessly, challenge norms and redefine industry standards. By Chris Davies If you want to succeed, you need

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Do you have a side income?

If you do then you are probably aware of the requirement to disclose this on your Self-Assessment tax return. It is important to record any side income accurately and HMRC is going to be able to see exactly how much income you receive when using a digital platform from 1

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Spooky goings-on in Newbury

Meet the Newbury accountants having some fun at Halloween by dressing up and making scary themed cakes. Prizes went to: Esme for most original outfit (shark attack) Sinead for best makeup artistry. Phil for great cakes with amazing taste. Sarah for most creative cakes and interesting flavours.  

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Changes to UK company law

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act received royal assent on 26 October 2023 and will introduce a number of changes over the next few years. The act gives Companies House the power to play a more significant role in tackling economic crime and supporting economic growth. Over time, the

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FAQ on the Let Property Campaign for Landlords

Chris Davies answers some FAQ about the Let Property Campaign for Landlords By Chris Davies Q: What is the Let Property Campaign? A: The Let Property Campaign is a HMRC initiative that allows landlords to disclose any undisclosed rental income and rectify their tax affairs. It is open to all

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