Grow, Nurture, Succeed 
Grow, Nuture, Succeed 
We are delighted to announce that Kane Williams has started working for the accountancy firm full time after gaining his degree in Accountancy with first-class honours. 
We are concerned that not enough Welsh business owners, particularly farmers, have signed up to do their VAT data collection and filing digitally. Alarming new statistics show only 25% of VAT registered financial firms in the UK have signed up for Making Tax Digital despite the deadline fast approaching. 
Mark Gould, Ashmole & Co’s longest serving partner, is celebrating a significant work anniversary this year having been employed by the firm for 25 years. 
Ashmole Partner Skydives with Wales YFC to raise funds for Wales Air Ambulance 
A group of staff and friends from Ashmole & Co Accountants will be swapping their calculators for running shoes next month when they take on the Swansea Half Marathon. They are raising funds for a charity close to the firm’s heart - the Motor Neurone Disease Association. 
The Charity Commission for England and Wales (CCEW) recently reported that nearly 40% of small charities - those with an annual income below £25,000 - submitted inaccurate financial information. 
Nearly a quarter of UK businesses report that late payments threaten their survival. 
The Federation of Small Businesses reports that the problem goes beyond just paying late. 
Keeping staff can be difficult. One recent report found that workers in the UK change employer, on average, every five years – and that millennials could have been through four different jobs by the time they are 31. 
We are delighted to announced the acquisition of the Hammond & Davies accountancy practice which took effect from 1st April 2016. 
Have control (where possible) of the numbers and the rest will follow. 
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