As one of the largest independent accountancy practices in the South West, we are committed to supporting initiatives that help people further their careers. One way we do this is by offering work placements.
Preparing for the management of your estate after your death can seem like a daunting task. Careful planning, however, will help to make your wishes clear for your friends and family during what will be a very difficult time.
Being appointed a charity trustee comes with a high level of responsibility. Following steps to ensure good practice at all levels means that you can be confident of not being accused of poor governance, should your charity come under scrutiny by the Charity Commission.
Completing your charity’s annual return can be tricky, especially if you are unfamiliar with the process. This can often lead to errors being made that are difficult and time-consuming to rectify. Making mistakes or providing the wrong information can damage your charity’s reputation, so it is important to do all you can to ensure you provide accurate information in the correct way.
We have launched a new technical service for our dairy farming clients. The Dairy Technical Performance Report is the latest recent addition to the range of expertise offered by our Agricultural Consultancy Service. It gives farmers in-depth analysis of their milk data and provides technical advice on how yield can be increased and operations made more efficient.
Trainee Accountant James Randon took on a charity challenge with a difference when he walked over hot coals to raise money for a local charity.
With so much uncertainty surrounding Brexit, our clients are unsure what the future may hold and perhaps none more so than our agricultural and farming customers.
Our Agricultural Consultancy Service has presented Devon Air Ambulance with a cheque for £691. The donation brings the total we have raised for the charity over the last 15 years to £5,640.
The "Funding Real Change" document that was published in tandem with the Labour Party's Manifesto for the General Election on 12 December contains a number of drastic proposed changes to the current tax regime. Some of the changes have been trialled previously.
With the current fractious political climate, a General Election looming and seemingly endless gloom and uncertainty around Brexit we could all be excused for taking life very seriously at the moment. This is especially so where taxes are concerned.