For the second year running we are included in the Top 50 of the UK’s leading accountancy practices and have actually risen even further up the table.

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If you are considering diversification in your faming activities, you need to be aware that diversification will not work for every business. To find out if diversification is the right choice for you, you should be ready to discuss with your professional advisor:

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We were thrilled to be part of last night’s annual Western Morning News Business Awards, where we not only sponsored the “Family Business of the Year” category but we also received a “highly commended” award ourselves for the work we do communicating with clients.

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A company purchase of own shares has for many years been a useful tool to enable a shareholder to exit from a company.  Provided the company has sufficient cash and distributable reserves, the company can purchase the shares. This is often a useful alternative to the continuing shareholders acquiring the shares which may pose funding or other issues.

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With the Chancellor preparing to deliver his autumn Budget we’re inviting businesses and individuals from Devon and Somerset to find out what the announcement’s impacts might mean for them.

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A huge thank you to everyone who attended our special nautical-themed charity ball held near Weston-super-Mare which raised just over £8,000 on the night.

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1 December 2017

  • Payment of corporation tax liabilities for accounting periods ended 28 February 2017 for small and medium-sized companies not liable to pay by installments.
  • Check HMRC website to ascertain whether advisory fuel rates have been increased.

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A number of people in the East Devon area have recently received phone calls purporting to be from HMRC. Recipients of these phone calls are told that they owe money to HMRC and are threatened with legal action.This is a scam- please do not reply to this message.

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The former Chancellor, Roy Jenkins, once described inheritance tax as “a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue”.

The principle holds true today:  many options remain to save inheritance tax and thereby maximise the value to be passed down to one’s intended beneficiaries such as children and grandchildren.

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We meet one of our more recent appointments this month, Laura Tudor who joined our growing BRI team in August. 

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