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Big hitters to join key conference on the hospitality sector

The future of the hospitality industry will be in the spotlight next month when politicians and the movers and shakers in the industry come together for a key conference.

Should you buy an electric company car?

With the price of fuel continually rising, along with the sale of new petrol and diesel cars ending in 2030, the popularity of electric cars is rocketing.

New initiative helps to make the most of the pavement cafe culture

The move by the Government to make pavement licences permanent presents an opportunity for the hard-pressed hospitality industry.

Enterprise investment rebounds strongly after being hit by pandemic

There has been a fall in investment of around 12 per cent in the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), largely caused by the effects of the pandemic.

Can my business pay for my garden office?

When it comes to purchasing and expensing a garden office, you may be wondering if your company can cover the costs.

Charging an electric company car: what you need to know

With the important focus on achieving Net Zero goals and targeting personal emissions, more and more company cars seem to be following the electric car trend.

Get your tax in order as National Insurance rises

With the arrival of April’s payslips in people’s pockets, the recent rise in National Insurance will be clear to see.

Student finance: How can employers stay up to date?

Student finance appears to be an issue that regularly changes, meaning those in charge of payroll for businesses must adapt to keep up.

Hospitality business owners: how should you distribute tips between staff members?

When starting up a hospitality business, it is important to factor in that some customers may choose to tip members of staff.

Construction subcontractors: All you need to know about payments

If you are a contractor working in the construction industry you are likely to rely on the services of subcontractors – but what rules do you need to consider when paying them?

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Newsletter April/May 2022

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Launch New Probate Business Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Registered Auditors, Tax and Business Advisors are expanding their service portfolio after recent changes to legislation allowing the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) to become an approved Regulator and Licensing Authority for Probate. Click here to download this newsletter

Spring Statement 2022

Exactly two years since the first lockdown was announced, the eyes of the public were firmly fixed on the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, as he rose to the despatch box in the House of Commons to deliver his Spring Statement. Yet again, Mr Sunak found himself addressing MPs against a background of crisis, with the residual […]

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Launch New Probate Business

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Registered Auditors, Tax and Business Advisors are expanding their service portfolio after recent changes to legislation allowing the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) to become an approved Regulator and Licensing Authority for Probate. Members of the ICAEW can now apply to undertake non-contentious probate services. As one of […]

Newsletter January 2022

Don’t fall for it: the rise in tax scams Increased online spending during the pandemic has brought with it a corresponding rise in the number of people falling victim to financial scams. Many scams are designed to fool people making online payments, but incidences of tax related frauds are also rising. Click here to download […]

New COVID financial support announced

Following the impact on businesses in England of the current ‘Plan B’ covid measures and the impact of Omicron on trade in the hospitality sector in particular, the Government has announced a new support package. The package comprises three elements: Dedicated support for the hospitality and leisure sectors in the form of one-off grants worth […]

Take advantage of the extension to the Recovery Loan Scheme

Find out how your businesses can benefit from this Government-backed funding Although much of the COVID-19 financial support has been withdrawn, the Government still wants businesses to access funding to aid their recovery.

Newsletter October 2021

Cost management: striking the balance Adjusting to the new economic climate may tempt you into focusing on additional cost cuts or consolidating pandemic changes to manage cash flow and finances. But it’s worth bearing in mind the law of unintended consequences before you get carried away with savings. Click here to download this newsletter

Newsletter July/August 2021

Last self-employed grant opens The fifth, and probably final, SEISS support grant (for self-employed workers) will be available from late July. This time, the amount of grant paid is dependent on the reduction in your turnover. Click here to download this newsletter

Newsletter April/May 2021

Zooming in on wellness Fewer than half of UK businesses have a wellbeing strategy, despite the impact of restrictions and lockdowns on staff over the past year. What’s more, seven out of ten businesses have no designated health and wellness budget, and nearly a quarter said they have no plans to introduce a strategy in […]

Budget 2021

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his second Budget on Wednesday 3 March 2021. In his speech he stated his Budget ‘meets the moment with a three-part plan to protect the jobs and livelihoods of the British people’. Click here to read the full report