We are delighted to announce that Manon Rees has started working for the accountancy firm full time after gaining her degree in Accounting and Finance with first-class honours from Aberystwyth University.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has, this afternoon, unveiled a summer economic update designed to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a commitment to encouraging job creation through a government ‘plan for jobs’ and stimulus for consumer spending.
Being a rural accountancy firm, we are always proud to support and work with our farming clients.
Carwyn Morgan, Partner, was brought up on his family’s beef and sheep farm near Bronwydd. He combines his passion for farming with his accountancy skills in order to help our clients involved in the agricultural industry.
We want to thank everyone who is working hard in the NHS by offering to help, FREE OF CHARGE, to claim tax relief on the money you have spent on things like work uniform, clothing, tools, business travel, professional fees and subscriptions.
The self-employed income support scheme is opening on Wednesday, 13 May 2020. As long as your business has been adversely affected as a result of Coronavirus and your self-employment makes up more than 50% of your income, then you should be entitled to the taxable support..
Ashmole & Co Accounts Assistant, Christopher Pollington, is unrecognisable after shaving off ALL the hair on his head, including his beard, to raise funds for a charity close to his heart during these difficult times.
During the current Covid19 lockdown parents of newborns are still able to claim child benefit, the universal payment for all children, although they are unable to register their baby’s birth due to the coronavirus pandemic, but remember to factor in the high income child benefit tax charge.