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Welcome to the November 2023 issue of our newsletter.
Welcome to Our Latest Newsletter
We are delighted to have been shortlisted at the National LIS awards for Best Accounting and Tax Services for Landlords.
The deadline for votes is Tuesday 7 November 2023 and we would really appreciate your support.
More information can be found here, or click here to go directly to the voting page. Many thanks!
For anyone who lives near Swindon, we will be attending and presenting at the NRLA regional tour on Wednesday 15 November at the National Self-Build & Renovation Centre.
The event will include a number of key property sector experts to bring you up to date with all the latest developments.
For more information and to register visit Regional Landlord Meetings | NRLA
Below is our round-up of the latest tax and business news. Please contact us if you want to talk about how these updates affect you or your business. We are here to support you!
Self-Assessment scam warning
Welcome to Business Finance Week 2023!
Inflation holds steady at 6.7%
The VAT Flat Rate Scheme - new online form
Do you have a side income?
Manufacturing Energy Toolkit
Latest HMRC tax webinars for the self employed
Useful HMRC webinars on expenses and benefits
Made in the UK, Sold to the World Awards 2024
Millions Heading for Retirement Without a Financial Plan
UK government announces more legislation to tackle late payments
Managing your cash flow
Start-up loans for new businesses
UK businesses support Britain’s plan for digital trade borders
Funding for AI in the music industry
New wine industry reforms
New bans and restrictions on polluting single-use plastics
The drive for more zero emission HGV trucks on the road
£25 million for projects using nature to increase flood resilience
New fire safety legislation
Student Loans - Update on Repayment contact services
06 Nov 2023
The Chancellor should cement the government's commitment to small businesses in his Autumn Statement, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The UK's rate of inflation held steady in September while the nation's economy grew the month before, according to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
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