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Here at HJ Accountants, we proudly assist businesses of all sizes and niches as well as private individuals. Our support and advice has proved invaluable during these troubled times. Due to the emergence of a new variant and rising infection rates, Freedom Day – a date where all Covid-19 related restrictions come to an end...
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We’ve got some very exciting news to share! We’re pleased to announce that after going into partnership with Chartered Accountant and small business specialist, Sean Jubb, Hurren Accountants has now re-launched with a new brand: HJ (Hurren & Jubb) Accountants. The news comes after a difficult year for many sole traders and small businesses. But...
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IR35 legislation has been a hot topic for a number of years for the self-employed. Whilst changes introduced to the public sector in 2017 saw a clampdown on those paying incorrect tax, new rules affecting the private sector are set to come into force next month (from April 2021). Many are unaware of the changes,...
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The nation’s third lockdown has been another difficult period, especially for business owners needing to strike a new work-life balance whilst tackling the normal challenges of running a business and dealing with the difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Here at Hurren Accountants, we pride ourselves on delivering a long list of efficient and cost...
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It’s a tough time for businesses and self-employed professionals serving all industries. The Covid-19 pandemic and its many restrictions have impacted life as we know it, and the business world has suffered as a consequence. The pandemic will no doubt have lasting consequences for many of us. Whilst we don’t know for certain what the...
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With applications for the third Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant opening this week, many self-employed professionals are breathing a sigh of relief. The grant has provided vital support for thousands of professionals who have seen their profits and/or demand affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. But as many will discover there are various factors to...
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During these unprecedented and challenging times, businesses everywhere have been feeling the pressure. The government have stepped in to provide grants, loans and support schemes to keep many industries going, but longer term business investment seems to be out of reach as companies big and small look to get back on their feet post-lockdown. Rishi...
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The last few months has seen our personal and professional lives thrown upside down. Many individuals and businesses have had to go back to basics to counteract the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. With measures now easing, the nation is busy adjusting to a new normal, and adapting their businesses to get back on track...
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The dreaded VAT return is a bone of contention for many businesses. VAT returns have to be submitted every three months to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), with returns even having to be filed if you have no VAT to pay or reclaim. By law, all businesses with a VAT taxable turnover of above £85,000...
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In the midst of the Covid-19 (or coronavirus) lockdown, it’s safe to say that ‘business as usual’ simply hasn’t been possible for many companies up and down the country. With only stores providing essential supplies able to remain open and others only permitted to operate online, businesses of all sizes and niches are struggling to...
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