Keep up to date with the latest news and information from UHY Torgersens in Sunderland, Newcastle and Jarrow
January Q&A: VAT return mistakes, rules for transferring property ownership to minors and whether siblings qualify as direct descendants
January 17, 2019
In this month’s Q&A we answer questions about adjusting accidental mistakes on a VAT return, transferring ownership of property to a minor and whether siblings qualify as direct descendants for IHT purposes.
Considering capital expenditure for your business?
January 11, 2019
Businesses considering investing more than £200,000 in plant and machinery could benefit from a change to the capital allowances rules in January 2019, which should allow them to obtain tax relief at an earlier time.
Key dates for business in 2019
January 3, 2019
As we prepare for 2019, many of the deadlines to note are the usual ones that recur annually, but there are some unusual, even momentous, additional ones.
Brexit – employers of EU nationals need to start planning now
December 24, 2018
The impending departure of the UK from the EU will affect millions of workers and their employers. We look at the steps employers should be considering.
December Q&A: Annual Investment Allowance, penalties for late payments to HMRC and restrictions on a company’s use of carried-forward capital losses
December 14, 2018
Beverley Howells answers your questions on the limit for claiming the Annual Investment Allowance, penalties for late payments to HMRC and restrictions on a company's use of carried-forward capital losses.
Interview with Donna Parkin, cloud accounting manager at UHY Torgersens
December 11, 2018
We asked Donna Parkin, cloud accounting manager with UHY Torgersens’ to give us her perspective on cloud accounting, an essential tool to allow small businesses to access real-time financial information.
How to use your accounts to grow your business
December 3, 2018
Many business owners regard ‘doing the numbers’ as an essential chore. But what if you could use the data generated by your accounting function as a tool to grow your business?
Apprenticeship levy increase to help smaller firms
November 26, 2018
In a bid to make apprenticeship schemes more accessible, the Treasury has raised the amount of the apprentice levy that larger companies can transfer to smaller firms in their supply chain from 10% to 25%.
Case study: From desktop to the cloud in 48 hours!
November 19, 2018
With the help of UHY Torgersens, County Durham Sport has made the move from desktop accounting to a cloud-based system in just two days.