Albert Goodman appoints Alan Stone as Business Development Manager

Albert Goodman is pleased to announce the appointment of Alan Stone as Business Development Manager. Bringing more than 30 years’ experience to the firm, Alan is a well-known name throughout the region, he headed up the marketing department at another large regional firm for 14 years. Within his new role, Alan will be working with the […]

Finance Bill Update

Along with yesterday’s announcement that the implementation date for Making Tax Digital has been pushed back, H M Treasury also acknowledged that the uncertainty following the removal of the majority of clauses from the Finance Act 2017 to enable the Bill to be passed through Parliament before the snap election in June, is causing difficulty […]

Making Tax Digital Delay

The Government announced yesterday that the implementation date for Making Tax Digital has been delayed; with the earliest that digital records are required will be for VAT purposes only, from April 2019. We are pleased that the Government has listened to concerns from the accountancy professional bodies, businesses and the Treasury Select Committee that the […]

Pensions Regulator names and shames those who fail to comply.

The latest Compliance and Enforcement Bulletin from the Pensions Regulator (TPR)  makes interesting reading as it sets out cases and the powers TPR have used relating to automatic enrolment and associated employer duties. TPR are warning employers that ignoring TPR penalties could seriously damage a business’ reputation. TPR are maintaining a tough approach towards those […]

Uncertain Times for the United Kingdom

Where chaos exists, opportunities may lie. It seemed only recently that politicians were concerned about public engagement in government policy. Well, they certainly got the public engaged, but perhaps not quite the outcome they were hoping for. Whatever your political stance, this parliament is going to be a very busy affair indeed. Brexit negotiations have […]

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