Ward Williams exhibited at The Property Investor & Homebuyer show on 12th-13th April 2019 at stand 72. The show is the UK's premier property expo that is the “MUST ATTEND” event for anyone serious about making money from property investment. The show was the ideal place for networking, obtaining reliable and up to date property market information and, of course, property ...

This service complements the accountancy department and is managed by Cathy Dilena.  Cathy and her team provide an efficient service using dedicated company secretarial software which provides for the maintenance of statutory registers.    The department assists with regular compliance filings for example, the amendment to a registered office, completion of confirmation state ...

With the end of the tax year looming there is still time to save tax for 2018/19. Make full use of your ISA allowance - ISAs can offer a useful tax free way to save, whether this is for your children's future, a first home or another purpose. Individuals may invest up to a limit of £20,000 for the 2018/19 tax year. Savers have until 5 April 2019 to make their 2018/19 ISA inv ...

Stay up to date with the latest tax and accounting news prepared by Ward Williams. Read our latest newsletter here: Ward Williams Newsletter March 2019 To receive our latest copy of our news please email sarena.harwood@wardwilliams.co.uk or sign up on our website. We have also prepared newsletters specific to Charities Solicitors & Property Investment & Development. ...

From 6 April 2019, new legislation will change how UK employers provide payslips to their workforces. More specifically, under the new system employers will have to deliver itemised payslips to every worker on their payroll, not just those classified as ‘employees’. Current legislation does not require payslips to be issued to contractors, freelancers, and other types of ‘non-e ...

The Insolvency Service has urged individuals saving for retirement to protect their pension pots from criminals and ‘negligent trustees'. Research carried out by the Service found that criminals use a range of tactics to convince savers to part with their funds, including persuading individuals to access their pension and invest in unregulated schemes. Pension scam victims lo ...

Since 2017, HMRC has captured millions of callers’ voice data on its Voice ID system by encouraging the caller to say a key phrase instead of the conventional password to gain access to their accounts. However, non-profit organisation Big Brother Watch warns that people have been ‘railroaded into a mass ID scheme by the back door’ and has reported HMRC to the Information Commi ...

New probate fees, due to come into force from April 2019, will see a banded system of probate fees for all estates valued over £50,000. Currently a flat fee of £155 is payable upon a probate application made by an accountant (as an authorised provider of probate services) or £215 for an application made by an individual. These fees were set in 2014 and raise £45m per year, whi ...

HMRC is urging VAT-registered UK businesses which trade exclusively with the EU to be prepared for a no deal Brexit. In a letter sent to 145,000 affected businesses, HMRC explains changes to Customs, Excise and VAT procedures in the ‘unlikely event’ that the UK leaves the EU without a Brexit deal. HMRC’s letter advises businesses to take three actions ahead of ‘Brexit Day’ on ...

Stay up to date with the latest tax and accounting news prepared by Ward Williams. View our latest newsletter here: Tax & Accounting Insights To receive our latest copy of our news please email sarena.harwood@wardwilliams.co.uk or sign up on our website. We have also prepared newsletters specific to Charities & Property Investment & Development. ...