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Travel and tourism is the sector worst hit by coronavirus – revenues halve since last year
Turnover for the industry in March 2020 was just £1.2bn, down from £2.6bn last March.
Andrew Timms appointed as Managing Partner of UHY Nottingham office
Andrew Timms has been promoted to Managing Partner of the Nottingham office.
Petitions to wind up restaurants up by 165% last year- another surge expected once lockdown ends
Our research shows that the number of petitions to wind up restaurants over unpaid bills has jumped to 53 so far this year*, up 165% from 20 in the same period last year.
Defensible and deductible: Expenses for Barristers
You may be used to arguing your way, but when it comes to HMRC, it is their own letter of the law that counts. That’s where, and why, it can get confusing.
VAT questions our legal and professional clients ask us
There are a number of common questions our legal and professional clients ask us regarding VAT and, in this fact sheet, we have provided the answers to some of these questions.
Amateur Guidance for Amateur Sports Clubs
14 May 2015
Following publication of our blog ‘community amateur sports clubbed’ we contacted our local MP and asked that he pass on our disquiet about the absence of any written promise of a waiver from deregistration charges to HMRC.