For over 7 years, McPhersons client Martin Riley has been actively testing and refining a business planning tool that he believes will significantly help small business owners achieve their strategic goals. In September this tool was published as a book
Last week’s Budget did little to reduce the financial pressure on landlords, although no further punitive measures were announced. Many landlords were hoping for an announcement on incentives for landlords offering longer term tenancies, however there was only a mention
This year we are pleased to announce that we will donating our entire Christmas card fund to Emmaus Hastings and Rother. Emmaus have been helping homeless people in our area since 2011, providing not only accommodation but meaningful work as
McPhersons have summarised yesterday’s Budget and our book is available to download here.
McPhersons clients can now use our new secure area for transferring files of up to 500mb. Due to upcoming GDPR regulations, we will no longer be using USB sticks or the equivalent. Therefore, we have a new, secure area where
Read more about why young people should watch the Budget this Wednesday. Whether you’re interested in housing, salaries, education or debt, read what this article has to say could be in store.
Important information – HMRC will not be accepting credit card payments after 12th January 2018. If you are planning to pay your self assessment tax bill by credit card, we advise that you pay before 12th January because if you
There is again speculation about further restrictions to tax relief on pensions in the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget. With the Chancellor looking to increase tax revenues without increasing tax rates, a raid on pension savings is an easy target as the
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The UK Government has pledged that by 2040 all new cars sold will need to be either electric or some form of plug-in hybrid. However, before this deadline was even announced many within the motor industry believed that by 2025