In this issue Will explains that the rapid developments in the use of cloud based technology means any business can benefit from a financial model and rolling forecast which will enable better planning for their future. Ryan also encourages businesses to look ahead at going concern and tells us what three areas auditors will be asking questions about. Nikki encourages you to ask questions to understand your accounts and better plan for the future, whilst Nic shares his experience of being open to change, after joining the firm following our acquisition of Little and Company and the benefits gained by new technology. Ollie, who is all too familiar with the acquisition process, shares his experience gained from working with HR People Support on how to successfully navigate the TUPE element. James shares HMRC’s stats around successful R&D Tax Relief claims and our Tax Team reflect on the announcements from the first “post-COVID era” Budget.
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This Full Service Edition has been created to show how, whist working jointly with your Accountant or Auditor, our Management Services team can provide accurate information to help you plan; our Business Advisory team bring clarity, commitment and capability to your strategic plans; our Tax team seek to minimise your tax burden and our Corporate Finance team can get you to the next step whether you want to raise finance to grow your business or to get you and your business ready to sell. A common theme from Lockdown 1.0 was that many of our clients had the time to consider their future, and the conversations that followed recognized that they were unsure of the steps needed to achieve their plan. It was clear that whatever their need, we had the expert in house who could provide the solution.
The Summer issue 21 comes as we open back up and share news of recent changes due to technology and our successful acquisition giving us a new specialism in the medical profession. Shaun talks about the importance of communication and what success looks like for you, which was important to understand when helping The Beeswax Wrap Co. to achieve their goals. Will explains how he can help build business value and help clients to leverage opportunities and Rob shares his insight into tax efficient investments. We celebrate resilience within the business community with the Gloucestershire Live Business Awards. Our Guest article this issue is from Digitel suggesting that your website should be treated as one of your sales team!
The Spring/Summer issue is the ‘remote working’ issue and focuses on advice and support available since the Budget last month at the start of the Coronavirus outbreak. Will’s Business Plan Review helps you make business decisions concerning what actions to take. Gina shares examples of clients in different sectors who have benefited from a cash boost from a successful R&D claim. We feature a case study about Ollie’s business sale success for the Darch family and Shaun busts the typical accountant myths! We welcome the launch of the Gloucestershire Business Awards, share the changes we have made for climate change and celebrate our staff. Our Guest article is from Kevin Pope of the Protrack Group.
The Winter issue focuses on how embracing change helps us to move forward successfully – whether it’s making the switch to an electric car, adopting new software to manage your accounts more efficiently, or breaking with tradition and utilising social media as your business card, making a change brings opportunities.
In this issue, we help businesses to navigate through uncertain times by focusing on building on what they do well, explain how cloud accounting software can improve cash flow, and a range of other topics which include Making Tax Digital, maximising business value, making change stick, innovation and audit.
In this issue, we report on the outcome of the Budget 2018, discuss an alternative solution for the recruitment dilemma, as well as topics such as cloud accounting, business valuation, audit and VAT.
In this issue, we show the methods our business advisory team used to help Bloxham PR to grow, and share the latest news around cloud accounting and GDPR
The latest issue of In Focus is now available to read online, we look at how HRML got on track to growth with our business advisory services, and examine key issues around inheritance tax and payroll.
We help Officeworx through an unexpected acquisition opportunity and demonstrate how to navigate the complications of accounting for academies.
We walk you through WHC Hire Services’ successful acquisition and show you how to boost your business success.
We gather Gloucestershire’s business leaders together to talk about the 2017 Spring Budget.
Are you ready to be a leader? We look at what it will take to be a business leader in 2025.
Make sure your cyber security is up to the highest standard with our top tips for businesses.
Will you profit or perish after Brexit? Follow our advice to become a post-Brexit winner.
In our 2016 Budget Day special, we cover the 2016 Budget Day and discuss the impact it’ll have on local businesses, how to exit your business successfully, and provide advice on VAT
Our business advisory team give you the advice you need to master your figures in 2016.
Is the ‘Locked Box’ the key to a smooth transaction? Read on for more corporate finance insight.
The latest issue of In Focus is now available to read online, featuring all the business advice and Gloucestershire business news you need to make informed decisions. In this quarter’s issue, find out more about the pre-election Budget and the Patent Box tax regime.
Could you be eligible for R&D tax relief? Find out more in this issue, and learn the importance of forecasting.
Get all the details about the latest academy changes and find out everything you need to know about export tax restrictions.
We look at how the 2014 Budget will affect local businesses and talk about making it big in Tewkesbury.
In our very first issue, we tackle your business growth issues head-on and put Stroud in the spotlight.