Keep up to date with the latest news and information from UHY Hacker Young in Manchester.
R&D Tax Credits
June 12, 2015
In the North West, claims for R&D tax credits represent about 10 per cent of the national volume for small and medium-sized businesses, but only 7 per cent of the value; for larger businesses, the value is only 4 per cent of the national average.
Potential pitfall for dealerships who take commercial vehicles as part exchange
June 10, 2015
Dealerships who take commercial vehicles as part exchange are risking putting themselves at major disadvantage by not fulfilling their VAT requirements.
UHY Hacker Young Manchester appointed by Property Alliance Group
June 4, 2015
Leading property developer, investor and asset manager, Property Alliance Group (Alliance), have appointed UHY Hacker Young Manchester as Auditor
Changes to Tax Free Fuel Rates – how will you be effected?
June 2, 2015
HMRC has updated its advisory fuel rates, with immediate effect.
Offshore Technology Conference May 2015
May 22, 2015
I recently attended the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas with my colleague Clive Gawthorpe. The conference is now in its 47th year of running, and this was UHY Manchester’s second year of attending.
Award winning Heavenly Builders
March 11, 2015
Our client, Hende Building Services Limited, has gone on to win the national award for the Heavenly Builder category with the Federation of Master Builders.
Attention all online retailers using Amazon.fr…
March 4, 2015
Merchants trading on marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon may have a liability to register for VAT in France and pay over French VAT to French Tax Authorities.
A win for insolvency litigation
February 26, 2015
On the 26 February 2015 it was announced that the exemption for insolvency litigation would continue “for the time being” allowing for CFA success fees and ATE Insurance premiums to be recoverable from a losing party.
Proposed Changes to Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Order Regime
February 25, 2015
The Government has proposed to increase the minimum debt threshold for creditors’ bankruptcy petitions from £750 to £5,000, and the maximum level of debt for which a Debt Relief Order can be obtained from £15,000 to £20,000.