Our Nottingham office
UHY Hacker Young Chartered Accountants in Nottingham was established in 1982 to service the national and international accounting needs of many long standing clients in the Nottingham area. Later, in 2007, we merged with Jackson Bly accountants in Chilwell, creating an accountancy firm in Nottingham with seven partners and just under 50 staff.
A wide range of accountancy services
Today our growing client base consists of sole traders, family businesses, medium and large companies and partnerships throughout Nottingham and the East Midlands.
We offer a wide range of specialist accountancy services, including audit, personal and corporate finance, taxation, venture capital and computer services. Most of these accountancy services are provided by the local offices; others are provided in partnership with other firms within the UHY Hacker Young Group.
Local accountants building relationships throughout the East Midlands
Our partners develop close working relationships with their clients. They also maintain good contacts with members of the East Midlands business community, including solicitors, banks and other lending institutions. These contacts allow us to help clients with submissions to these organisations and to effect beneficial introductions.
Whilst accountancy services remain the core services provided by the office we also recognise the ever changing business world by offering additional value added services such as financial planning advice, dispute resolution advice, bank support advice arbitration services, acting as expert witnesses, selling businesses and assisting in the purchase of businesses and much more.
Losses at Top 100 UK restaurant groups increase to £93m in the last year
The UK’s Top 100 restaurants made a £93m loss in the last year*, down from a profit of £37m 12 months ago, our research shows.
AIM raises twice as much capital as all rival European growth stock markets combined
Despite Brexit related jitters the UK’s AIM has still managed to raise over twice as much new capital for companies as all its largest European rivals.
Restaurant insolvencies jump 25% in the last year alone
The number of restaurant businesses going insolvent has jumped 25% in the last year to 1,410* in 2018/19, up from 1,130 2017/18, our research shows.
Self-employed individuals owed £1.6 billion in late tax payments to HMRC last year – figure expected to rise even further
Self-employed individuals owed £1.6bn in late tax payments to HMRC last year*, with the figure expected to rise even further once more self-assessment returns for 2017/18 have been submitted.
VAT domestic reverse charge within the construction industry
Although we have known about the new rules since 2017, please find below the key information in relation to the changes that come into effect on 1 October 2019.
Academies Accounts Direction 2018 to 2019
Academies Accounts Direction 2018 to 2019 – our summary of the key changes trustees and finance staff need to be aware of.
2019 Academies Benchmarking Report
Our seventh benchmarking report for academies covers over 800 schools across England and Wales. It is developed to summarise the current academy sector trends and to allow you to benchmark the performance of your school against others.
Rural and Agriculture Sector Outlook 2019/20
In this year’s Outlook, our rural specialists share their insight to help inform your decisions for the future, as well as giving their top tax planning tips, discuss commerciality and diversification, Making Tax Digital, and much more.