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What will the Autumn Budget mean for you? Let CCF explain over breakfast!

As Budget Day looms on Wednesday, a Harrogate accountancy practice is inviting local business owners to join them for a free breakfast when the key announcements and their implications will be explained. CCF Accountancy, based on Victoria Avenue, will host the event on Thursday – the day after the autumn budget

City Region business leaders in joint Budget call to Hammond

The leading figures of the business world in the Sheffield City Region today wrote to Chancellor Philip Hammond to set out their expectations of what should be included in next week’s Budget. In an unprecedented move, the heads of the City Region, the Company of Cutlers, the Federation of Small Businesses,

Huddersfield accountants become QuickBooks UK Platinum partner

Sheards Accountancy has been made a Platinum Partner of leading cloud accountancy provider QuickBooks UK, owned by Intuit, and are currently the only Platinum Partner in Huddersfield. QuickBooks UK advanced Sheards to Platinum Partner following the firm demonstrating a commitment to training its team in the product and then quickly rolling it

England’s first self-built distillery set to begin gin production

A boutique Yorkshire-based gin and whisky distillery is nearing completion, with 75 per cent of the build finished and gin distillation set to begin early in the new year. England’s first self-built whisky and gin distillery, Cooper King Distillery, will commence production of its juniper-led gin and open its doors to

Yorkshire firm helps farmers to save thousands in energy savings

A Yorkshire-based beef farmer has saved more than £40,000 in energy bills since installing a unique solar system to power his farm. With the assistance of, Leeds-based off-grid energy solutions firm, Xerogrid, farmer David Brown has reduced his energy bills by 80 per cent and will no longer owe monthly costs

VAT review must put simplification front and centre

Responding to the announcement of a forthcoming review of value added tax (VAT) by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS), Mike Cherry, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) national chairman, said: “Complying with VAT obligations is massively time-consuming for small firms. Over a quarter identify it as the most complex tax to

Barnsley accountants to host free Budget breakfast briefing

Barnsley accountants Gibson Booth are holding their regular post-Budget breakfast briefing to explain how the changes may affect local businesses. The free event will take place on Friday 24th November, two days after Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond presents his Autumn Budget. Accountancy and tax experts from Gibson Booth will provide