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We are about to turn 75…

We are about to turn 75...

…why not help us celebrate? 2018 is a very special year for our team at Thorne Widgery as we will be celebrating our 75th anniversary. Over the last seven and a half decades we have worked hard to support businesses across Herefordshire and beyond, so we are hoping many of our current, former and future […]

Don’t forget the Self-Assessment deadline

Don’t forget the Self-Assessment deadline

While most people will be focused on the festive celebrations at this time of the year, businesses and their owners must not forget the all-important Self-Assessment deadline. The deadline for sending 2016-17 tax returns to HMRC is midnight on 31 January 2018. The penalty regime for missing the 31 January filing deadline includes an initial […]

Our Christmas gift to you

Our Christmas gift to you

Christmas is here and that means one thing – the traditional office party. However, while people may think only about the following day’s consequences – such as a sore head and embarrassing jumpers, businesses should also be aware of the tax implications of having a good time. The good news is that unlike when entertaining […]

The future of company vehicles

The future of company vehicles

The UK Government has pledged that by 2040 all new cars sold will need to be either electric or some form of plug-in hybrid. However, before this deadline was even announced many within the motor industry believed that by 2025 as many as one in three cars will incorporate an electric power plant. Much of […]

Regional training awards recognise up-and-coming accountant

Regional training awards recognise up-and-coming accountant

We are excited to announce that Harvey Lewis, one of our accounts trainees, has been honoured at the Herefordshire Group Training Association (HGTA) Apprentice Achievements Awards. Employed and trained by us, Harvey came away from the award’s night having won the Excellence in Accountancy Award. HGTA – a leading provider of training – selected the […]

Autumn Budget 2017

When Chancellor Philip Hammond stepped up to the despatch box, he would have been acutely aware of the pressure he was under. Some 24 hours before the Chancellor was due to open his famous red box, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed a wider deficit than anticipated for October. Ahead of the Budget, business […]