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The Autumn Statement 2016

Our summary provides an overview of the key taxation, business and financial measures announced in the Autumn Statement which could affect you and your business...


Second helpings on the breakfast menu

We've launched a second series of Solicitors' Breakfast Club Seminars following the success of our 2015/16 programme. The four specially themed sessions will be held over the coming months at our Shrewsbury Office, starting next Wednesday 16th November with Seminar 1: Preparing your business for sale / Exit planning...


Fund-raising flurry for accountants

We've been busy baking again and next we're taking part in the Severn Hospice "Store Wars" initiative, when we'll be taking over their Wyle Cop branch on Saturday, 19th November, please come and say hello....


Small businesses could cash in with new start-up scheme

Start-up businesses in Shropshire could be eligible for a loan of up to £25,000 to help get their entrepreneurial ideas off the ground...


Businesses should accept age is just a number

Shropshire businesses are being urged to embrace the rising number of people who want to remain in work beyond their scheduled retirement age and recognise the value which these people continue to bring to the local economy...


What's your business worth?

Entrepreneurs across Shropshire could be missing out by underestimating the value of their small business...


Sweet tooth pays off for charity

We've been sampling some tasty treats - all in the name of charity....


Don't be held to ransom when it comes to unpaid debts

Small businesses across Shropshire are being forced to write-off thousands of pounds in unpaid debts because they don't have time to chase them up...


Staff make the grade at Dyke Yaxley

Congratulations to Carol Wright and Stephanie Wright who have both successfully completed their training to become fully-qualified accountants...


Small firms treated unfairly

Small businesses in Shropshire are being penalised by unfair contract terms but many feel powerless to do anything to change their plight...


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