Our Brighton office
UHY Hacker Young Chartered Accountants in Brighton & Hove has built up a unique accountancy practice offering high level quality advice from very experienced partners and staff. Established in Brighton over 85 years ago, the accountancy practice has developed considerably.
Today the practice offers a range of accounts and business services to its growing client base, which ranges from business start-ups, sole traders and family businesses to medium and large company groups and partnerships, including many public companies.
Our accountancy services
Drawing on the expertise of our own staff, and those within the UHY Hacker Young Group, our wide range of specialist accountancy services include audit and assurance reports, personal and corporate finance, taxation, venture capital and bookkeeping and computer services.
Our partners maintain close personal contacts with members of the Brighton & Hove and wider Sussex business community, including banks, other lending institutions and solicitors. These contacts mean we can assist our clients with submissions to these bodies, and arrange appropriate introductions.
We share the UHY Hacker Young Group’s commitment to building close working relationships with clients. Our links with the rest of the Group, coupled with our local skills, mean that we can service our clients’ needs both nationally and internationally.
We specialise in assisting companies to obtain a quotation on AIM and NEX (formerly ISDX).
Growth in the number of UK distillers shows no signs of stopping – up by another fifth last year
Growth in the number of UK distillers shows no signs of stopping, rising another 20% to 246 in the last year up from 205 the previous year.
Increase in Research & Development Tax Relief won’t benefit SMEs
The increase in research and development tax relief won’t help small and medium businesses, who are in greater need of tax relief to help fuel their R&D activities, unlike larger corporations that are likely to already have a significant budget for R&D expenditure.
Increase in National Living Wage will put restaurant industry under more pressure
In the Budget, the Chancellor announced that National Living Wage will rise from £8.21 currently to at least £10.50 by 2024. Increasing the already aggressive targets for the National Living Wage will add to the cost burden on restaurants and pubs that are already struggling to make ends meet.
Budget: Time To Pay scheme extension critical for small businesses – if HMRC agrees deals quickly
The Government’s announcement of an extension of the Time To Pay (TTP) scheme in the Budget will be critical for SMEs across the UK – but only if HMRC agrees arrangements with businesses quickly.
AIM companies corporate governance disclosures dramatically improves
Our research shows that AIM listed companies have dramatically improved their corporate governance disclosures over the last year*.
142,000 directors still running their business beyond retirement age
Rising life expectancies have shifted work patterns and it has become increasingly common for people to work beyond retirement age.
Pub and bar company insolvencies jump 13% to 530 in the last year
The number of insolvencies of pub and bar companies has jumped by 13% to 530 in the last year (year end September 30, 2019) up from 470 the previous year.
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.