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15th January 2018
Vulnerable and elderly people are being told they owe large amounts of tax which they can only pay off through digital vouchers and gift cards.
19th December 2017
Almost 1 in 5 invoices issued by small and medium-sized businesses in the UK are paid late, according to research. Of the countries surveyed, UK companies were shown to have one of the highest rates of late payment, totaling £112 billion per year.
11th December 2017
Small businesses alone accounted for 99.3% of all private sector businesses at the turn of the year, with that figure rising to 99.9% when factoring in medium-sized firms.
4th December 2017
Most adults either don't have a will in place or have given no thought to writing one, according to a study.
27th November 2017
The overwhelming majority of self-employed workers have no critical illness cover, leaving them open to financial ruin in the event of long-term sick leave.
21st November 2017
Holland & Co Chartered Accountants are pleased to link up and offer referrals to both clients and non clients who want to expand their business operations by obtaining outside finance. One of the leading finance providers in the UK are Business Finance Solutions and Holland & Co refer their clients to this Finance provider to help close the finance gap.
21st November 2017
Two-thirds (66%) of employed adults would choose an earlier start and finish to their working day if given a choice, according to research from YouGov.
9th November 2017
Melanie Heatley-Shakeshaft who is in charge of the Payroll department at Holland & Co Chartered Accountants in Widnes has successfully completed her internal Level 1 Sage 50 Accreditation Diploma.
7th November 2017
Almost two-thirds (63%) of people feel under pressure to reduce expenditure in light of rising inflation, a study has claimed. 56% of female respondents said they were feeling the pinch from rising living costs, while that percentage rose to 60% for those with children.
2nd November 2017
71% of over-65s said they are better off financially than when in full-time employment. 67% also expressed being more satisfied with life in general, while 68% enjoy more flexibility.