Paying Salaries – A Handy Guide

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Payroll and Salaries Folders

Payroll and the Bottom Line Whether you’re a sole trader responsible for payroll or you’re managing a small, medium or large business, making sure you’re up-to date with all the latest pay rates and regulations is critical. All workers in the UK of school-leaving age and over are entitled to minimum rates of pay, and these rates are dependent on … Read More

Major Expansion for Hampshire Accountants

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Smith Newmans Nigel Newman and Carole Taylor

Hampshire accountants, tax and business advisers Smith Newmans has undergone significant expansion after merging with long-established Andover business, Carole Judd Chartered Accountant. The Andover practice, run by Carole Taylor, has been operating for more than 25 years in the town, providing a tax and accountancy service to a 150 plus client base, ranging from limited companies and partnerships through to … Read More

Helping Matt Le Tissier’s Search for the Soccer Stars of the Future

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MLT Sponsorship

Smith Newmans Sponsors MLT Natural Coaching   A sponsorship deal struck between Hampshire accountants Smith Newmans and the company set up by local footballing legend Matt Le Tissier is helping fund a community sports project launched in more than 20 schools across Hampshire and Wiltshire. Smith Newmans, a firm of accountants, business and tax advisers based near Winchester, is sponsoring football … Read More

The Christmas Gift from HMRC

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Smith Newmans

Legislation Change Leaves Room For Celebration This year it seems HMRC are bringing good tidings to all who run a business! Recent changes in the law mean all businesses with staff (companies, partnerships and self-employed) can now give each employee one-off or regular benefits of up to £50, which the business can claim corporation tax relief on – and which don’t create a taxable benefit for the employee. … Read More