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Thorne Widgery CEO shortlisted at leading accountancy awards

The CEO of one of Hereford and Ludlow’s leading independent accountancy firms, Thorne Widgery, has been selected for the shortlist at this year’s Accounting Excellence Awards. Seen as one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, Daniel Crowther is excited to learn that he has been named a finalist for the Practice Pioneer…

Spring Statement focuses on the needs of workers, but offers less for businesses

Businesses have been offered minimal support with rising costs in the Spring Statement, according to Thorne Widgery, but many individuals will receive a boost thanks to changes to National Insurance. The Chancellor faced a challenge as he entered Parliament to deliver his latest Spring Statement, said Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm, Thorne Widgery. Rapidly…

Charity Cheltenham Festival event promises to raise money for MIND

Hereford and Ludlow accountants Thorne Widgery are hosting a charity preview evening ahead of the world-famous Cheltenham Festival this year in aid of MIND.   Hosted from 7pm at Ludlow racecourse on 13th March, guests will get to hear insight from an expert panel ahead of this years festival.   The event is the…

Thorne Widgery calls on businesses to look into the advantages of electric company vehicles

The number of electric vehicles on the road continues to grow at an ever-faster pace as businesses and individuals seek out environmentally friendly cars and vans. With the world’s attention focused on the future of the planet, as world leaders reach an agreement at COP26, Hereford and Ludlow accountants Thorne Widgery say that more businesses need to…

Thorne Widgery says Autumn Budget offers a temporary business boost

The team at Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm, Thorne Widgery have welcomed the Chancellor’s latest Budget speech, saying it offers a boost to companies and communities in recovery. After almost two years of economic difficulty, the latest estimates from the Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR) show that the UK economy is growing faster than…

Award-winning accountants celebrate third anniversary in Ludlow with new senior appointment

The Ludlow office of innovative accountancy firm, Thorne Widgery, is delighted to welcome James Clifford as their new office manager, as it celebrates its third year in practice in the town. Opened to much fanfare three years ago, Thorne Widgery has built strong connections across Shropshire via this new hub. Founded with the help…

Thorne Widgery calls on businesses to prepare for future furlough changes

Business should be prepared for changes to the furlough scheme in the coming weeks, according to Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm Thorne Widgery. HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has recently published a series of updates to its guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), more commonly known as the ‘furlough scheme’. The updates cover…

Super-deduction offers businesses a fantastic opportunity to invest in their future, says Thorne Widgery

Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm Thorne Widgery is calling on businesses to explore the tax-saving opportunities afforded by the new super-deduction capital allowance scheme. Announced in the Budget earlier this month, this new form of Corporation Tax relief will help reduce a company’s liabilities by almost 25p for every £1 of qualifying expenditure on new…

Budget invests significantly in UK economic recovery after COVID-19, but tax rises are on the horizon

The events of the last year have led the UK to spend more than £280 billion protecting jobs and businesses, with the latest Budget promising a further £65 billion of spending through new loans, grants and the extension of several important schemes. Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm Thorne Widgery said the measures confirmed in the…

Thorne Widgery says new financial support may be essential to business survival during the latest lockdown

Hereford and Ludlow-based accountancy firm Thorne Widgery is calling on businesses to take full advantage of the additional £4.6 billion of grant funding that has been made available by the Government as the nation enters a new lockdown. Businesses have started the new year facing yet more restrictions as England enters a new national lockdown. However,…
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