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March 2017 Newsletter

“Team – Together Everyone Achieves More”

We are delighted to announce that Kayleigh Porter has recently joined our already brilliant team! Kayleigh is an AAT qualified Accounting Technician and will be starting to study towards becoming a Chartered Accountant very soon. She has already fit perfectly into our team and is settling in well.

Kayleigh commented, “Having been travelling for 3 months before starting at MJH I was quite nervous about the transition of being in a working environment again. However, all these feelings went away very quickly and all the staff have been very supportive with helping me settle in and showing me how to use all the different software and programs. I’m very much looking forward to the future and starting my training.”

“The currency of real networking is not greed but generosity” Keith Ferrazzi.

Business Meeting Eating Cheers Happiness Concept

We regularly attend the Shout Network meetings to meet local business owners and build relationships and trust.

On the 24th March we will be attending the Lancashire Business Expo at the Guild Hall! Come and visit our stand to find out more about us and what makes us different.  By entering our competition you could win a seat at our table in the Invincibles Lounge at PNE for the Norwich home game on Easter Monday.

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Spring Budget 2017

Welcome to the Spring Budget 2017 edition of Tax Tips & News.

In this analysis we have mainly concentrated on the tax measures that will directly affect individuals, employers and small businesses.

We are committed to ensuring all our clients don’t pay a penny more in tax than is necessary.

Please contact us for advice in your own specific circumstances.

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Summary

Businessman (accountant, financial manager) plan budget for year 2017.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his first, and seemingly last, Spring Budget Statement.  At the 2016 Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced that, following the spring 2017 Budget, the government would be moving to a single major fiscal event each year. Future Budgets will be delivered in the autumn, which means there will now be a second Budget before the end of 2017 to switch to the new timetable. The aim of the new system is for the Finance Bill, which is normally published after the annual Budget, to reach Royal Assent stage in the spring of each year, before the start of the following tax year. The change in timetable is designed to help Parliament to scrutinise tax changes before the tax year where most take effect.

In line with pre-Budget speculation, the Chancellor said that, as the government starts its negotiations to exit the European Union, this Budget would take forward its plan to prepare Britain for a brighter future, providing a strong and stable platform for those negotiations.

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