MJH goes the extra mile
At MJH Accountants, we make every effort to integrate ourselves into our local community and importantly, we genuinely care for those less fortunate than ourselves.
There are a great number of charities of all shapes and sizes who work very hard across Lancashire and the North West and we look to support them where we can.
MJH Accountants balls unveiled at Preston Guild Hall Lancashire Expo TOMORROW!
Would you like to see the Team in action? Why not come along to the Guild Hall from 9am on Friday 17th April. Over 160 stands will be on display manned by local businesses. This is an ideal opportunity to meet local business owners, network and attend workshops. All visitors to the MJH stand will receive a unique and useful gift along with the opportunity to enter our draw. Everyone who signs up on the day for an appointment at the MJH Office will receive an elegant Parker pen when they come for their appointment. Come along to meet the Team in black who will keep you out of the red! Find us in Zone 4.
MJH Accountants up against Instinct Resourcing and Tunafish Media in the North West Insider Awards and nominated for the BIBAS in the Micro Business and Professional Services Business of the Year categories!
We are delighted to announce that Team MJH has been shortlisted by North West Insider for the category of Young Professional Team of the Year! We will know the outcome on 23rd April – so watch this space! On the back of this budding success MJH Accountants has been nominated for Micro Business and Professional Service Business of the Year for the BIBAS awards. We will know if we’ve been shortlisted in May!
To April’s Tax Tips & News readers, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman.
We are committed to ensuring none of our clients pay a penny more in tax than is necessary and they receive useful tax and business advice and support throughout the year.
Please contact us for advice in your own specific circumstances. We’re here to help!
Pension freedom or liberation?
Pension freedom is a GOOD thing. The change in law from 6 April 2015 means that members of defined contribution pension schemes who are aged 55 or more should be able to draw what they want from their pension schemes. But “pension liberation” is a BAD thing. This is when scammers use confidence tricks to separate taxpayers from their pension savings, and the taxpayer has to pay high charges and tax penalties. Can you tell the difference?