We are proud to be sponsoring The Incredible Hike for Children’s Hospice South West, which runs throughout May. Held during National Walking Month, this new fundraising challenge is being organised to raise thousands of pounds to support seriously ill children.

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Ian Pring
By Partner Ian Pring

 

On 9th April, HMRC updated their SEISS online guidance in respect of the fourth grant available to self-employed individuals and members of partnerships that have been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Val Doyle
By Partner Val Doyle

 

Many businesses will be faced with a cashflow gap as they start up again following lockdown. Some will need to begin their business’ cashflow cycle from scratch. With the prospect of money coming in from their customers a long way off, businesses may find themselves struggling to pay suppliers. 

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Five collaborations bringing together academics and businesses across health, science and engineering have been awarded funding of £100,000 to pursue innovative new projects. These new partnerships are the result of the Research and Development Fund, which we are delivering in partnership with the University of Plymouth.

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Tom Stuckey
By Director Tom Stuckey

 

Despite the global pandemic, economic difficulties and personal struggles that we are all facing, I can’t help but feel a little more positive now that Spring has finally arrived.

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Stuart Carrington
By Partner Stuart Carrington

 

With the rise of one-click checkout, fulfilment centres and social media trends, we now rarely hear about supply and demand. Which, for someone old enough to have studied economics in the 1980s, is rather strange. Back then, it was the fundamental basic truth that underpinned prices.

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Shona Godefroy
By Managing Partner Shona Godefroy

 

On International Women’s Day, our Managing Partner Shona Godefroy answers questions about her career, inspirations and women in accountancy.

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Ian Pring
By Partner Ian Pring

 

In his budget, the chancellor re-iterated his objective of supporting those businesses which had been most affected by coronavirus restrictions.

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Mark Tibbert
By Partner and Head of Tax Mark Tibbert

 

Although we did not see an immediate increase in the headline rate of corporation tax announced in yesterday’s Budget Statement, the Chancellor did confirm changes to come into effect from 1 April 2023. So what is changing? 

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Chris Hill
By Partner Chris Hill

 

In the Budget it was confirmed that the fourth Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (“SEISS”) grant will be set at 80% of 3 months’ average trading profits, paid out in a single instalment, capped at £7,500. The fourth grant will take into account the latest 2019/20 tax returns and will be open to those who became self-employed in tax year 2019/20. The rest of the eligibility criteria remain unchanged from the previous rounds of the SEISS grant.

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