Read our latest Practice News as well as sector specific and accountancy updates from across the UK.

GWA Wealth Management Reaches Milestone

GWA Wealth Management recently celebrated the 5-Year Anniversary of running our own portfolios. Clients not familiar with the GWA Wealth Management service may require a little more enlightenment as to what this actually means. As well as advising on life assurance and protection, pensions, investments and estate planning, GWA also has an in-house Investment Committee responsible for building and monitoring our […]

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Free Networking Event – The State of the UK Economy

Join the Weekly Business @Northumberland and Greaves West & Ayre at our latest business networking event on Friday 31 May. About this Event: Join Mauricio Armellini, Bank of England Agent for North East England, as he discusses recent developments in the UK economy.  Be one of the first to hear the latest Quarterly Inflation Report and Monetary […]

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Making Tax Digital (MTD) – Ensure you register with HMRC

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have recently released further guidance which details the requirement for businesses to register to submit their returns under the new Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT regime. If you are using MTD compatible software we want to make sure you are aware of the additional requirement to register with […]

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New Payslip Rules

It is worth reminding all employers that new payslip rules come into force from 6 April 2019. The main change will mean that the payslip for all workers paid on an hourly basis – including permanent, casual and zero hours – must show the number of hours that have been worked. The aim is to […]

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Be Prepared for a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit

HMRC have issued further guidance on measures businesses should be taking in preparation for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit. The information was contained in letters sent to VAT-registered businesses which trade only with the EU.  The letters provided important information explaining changes to customs, excise and VAT in the ‘unlikely event’ – to use HMRC’s description – […]

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