George Osborne has delivered his eighth Budget and sparked controversy by warning of the risks to the UK economy of EU exit. He said the UK was “well placed” to handle a “dangerous cocktail” of global economic risks if “we act now so we don’t have to pay later”. Labour have said it is a budget with “unfairness at its very core”. What do you think? Here’s some of the key points from the Spring Budget.
Xero gives you the flexibility to run your business from your Mac, PC, tablet or phone. Manage your invoicing, bank reconciliations, payroll, stock, quotes, expense claims, payments to suppliers and reporting all from the comfort of your office, home or on the move. Get a real-time view of your cashflow, reduce manual data entry, get paid faster and improve your cashflow – what could be better?!
As far as key responsibilities for employers to consider currently, there aren’t many more pressing than payroll and auto-enrolment. Both are critical considerations that you as a business owner simply cannot afford to get wrong. In this blog, Kirkwood Wilson Accountants gives you the latest news and advice to keep you ahead of the game.
We all make personal New Year’s resolutions, mostly along the lines of ‘must lose weight’ or ‘must drink less’ – sound familiar? But how many of us actually think about making resolutions for the business? In this blog, Kirkwood Wilson Accountants gives you FIVE business-minded resolutions to kick-start your year as you mean to go on.Read More
It’s that time of year again that most business owners dread; filing your Self Assessment Tax Return. With the 31 January deadline for online submissions looming, Kirkwood Wilson Accountants gives you a timely reminder of everything you need to consider to get your tax return filed safely for another year.
Kirkwood Wilson’s sister company, EasyPAE, will be exhibiting at Southport’s esteemed North West Care Conference, from 9am – 5pm on Thursday 8th October 2015. The event will be taking place in the Southport Theatre & Convention Centre, which is one of the largest multi-purpose venues in the heart of Merseyside.Read More
The big headline from Chancellor George Osbourne’s first full Tory budget since 1996was a radical move to introduce a compulsory “living wage”, entitling over 25s to earn £7.20 an hour, rising to £9 by 2020. Kirkwood Wilson Accountants assesses the other marquee measures likely to affect small to medium businesses.