Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Big Thank You

Following Pink Day in our office on Friday 25th October to support The Breast Cancer Campaign, we would like to say a massive thank you to our amazing clients, contacts and staff who helped us to raise £1,500! Special thanks to Hub Shop, Babor, Rose & … Continue reading

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HMRC – New Time To Pay Process

HMRC has recently published new information about its debt collection procedures.  The new process called Time to Pay (TTP) is an arrangement between HMRC – Debt Management & Banking (DBM) and a taxpayer. The taxpayer agrees to make fixed repayments … Continue reading

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We have been nominated…..

We are delighted to let you know that Leonherman have been nominated for the Best Accountancy Practice at the Talk of Manchester Awards Please take a minute to vote for us by clicking here All the staff at Leonherman are … Continue reading

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Leonherman are joining forces to beat breast cancer

Here at the Leonherman office we are proud to be supporting the Breast Cancer Campaign, Wear it Pink on 25th October We have an amazing raffle full of prizes which have been kindly donated by some of our amazing clients … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage – Are you up to date?

From 1stOctober 2013 the following changes will be in place: Adult hourly rate of the minimum wage increases from £6.19 to £6.31 Development rate (which covers workers aged 18-20 years) will increase from £4.98 to £5.03 Rate for 16 to 17-year-olds … Continue reading

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Access to a Finance Director without the full time cost

The recent economic turbulence in the UK has shown how important it is to stay ahead of the game. Staying ahead of the game is important to achieve the long term strategies of a business as well as to stay … Continue reading

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Child Benefit changes – 5th October Deadline

Any taxpayer with income above £50,000 in a tax year who receives Child Benefit, or lives or lived with a partner receiving Child Benefit, is now liable to pay an income tax charge. Parents on higher incomes who received Child … Continue reading

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Employees to swap employee rights for company shares

The government’s Employee Shareholder Scheme came into force on the 1st September; the ‘Share Right’ scheme allows workers to waive certain rights – such as the ability to claim for unfair dismissal – in exchange for company shares worth between … Continue reading

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