Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Streets Chartered Accountants covers the Autumn Statement, Corporation Tax and VAT Funding Solutions, business insolvencies, and more in new news roundup

Streets Chartered Accountants covers a recent merger, the Autumn Statement, Corporation Tax and VAT Funding Solutions, business insolvencies, and more in its latest monthly news roundup.

The merger of two leading accountancy practices is a welcome boost to Bristol, the South West and beyondStreets its delighted to announce the establishment of Streets Steele Chartered Certified Accountants. The announcement follows the merger of the award-winning Bristol practice, Steele Financial with Streets. When asked about the merger, Ben Steele, now Managing Director of Streets Steele, said: “Having started Steele Financial only six years ago we have experienced significant growth and as such, in line with the advice we give our clients, we recognised the need to develop our practice to service growing demand.”

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Webinar: The Autumn Statement 2023Following Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement on Wednesday 22nd November, colleagues from Streets Tax and its financial services team will present on the announcements made along with providing an update on topical issues affecting business clients and private individuals during this tax year 2023/24. This presentation will be recorded and available on demand for those not able to join live. Simply register to receive a link to watch on demand.


Corporation Tax and VAT Funding SolutionsWhether your Corporation Tax payment is looming or your VAT payment is approaching and you are looking at managing your cashflow and working capital, then it might be worth considering a tax funding solution. What is tax funding? Tax funding is a finance option enabling businesses to fund their VAT or Corporation Tax over monthly affordable repayments rather than paying HMRC in one go, giving more flexibility, aiding cashflow and providing you with additional working capital to use as and if required during the year.

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Podcast: Business insolvencies are on the rise – how to manage your exposureIn this episode of The Streets Sessions, Andrew McTear, a director with insolvency and business restructuring specialists McTear Williams Wood, talks about the rising number of business insolvencies, what directors need to consider and how to manage their exposure should their business be struggling or be facing increased bad debts.

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Event: Going Global ConferenceStreets’ international association, SBC Global Alliance, is delighted to support this event, with Marketing Partner, James Pinchbeck, as host. Are you eager to expand your horizons and explore international markets? Whether you’re embarking on your exporting journey, expanding into new markets, or delving into imports from international suppliers, this Going Global Conference is tailored to guide you on your international business ventures. Whether you’re a seasoned exporter or just starting your international journey, this event is crafted to equip you with the tools and insights needed to excel in the ever-expanding global business landscape.


Are we facing a meteoric rise in mediocrity?How often, especially if you are on LinkedIn, have you seen a post or received news that someone you know has been promoted? How often does such promotion seem to be a somewhat significant step up or change from an existing role? Whilst a career trajectory from assistant to a C suite role in a matter of a few years might seem unplausible, it does seem increasingly possible. It seems gone are the days that one’s career progression is based on a number, if not many, years of work and being mentored and supported by a more senior person, with such progression dependent even on the retirement of the person in the role above.

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