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Blind Installer | Vacancy

We’re looking for a new Blind Installer on behalf of a friend of the firm! The duties of the role include installing all types of blinds, including roller, venetian, motorised and cassetted and you will be installing window film internally … Continue reading

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HMRC crack down on online businesses

An interesting article appeared on BBC News recently, further highlighting HMRC’s crackdown by targeting internet companies who may have to provide more information on people and businesses who sell goods and services online. As stated in the article, HMRC are … Continue reading

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Marketing Executive | Vacancy

We are on the lookout for an experienced Marketing Executive on behalf of one of our clients, a fast-growing fashion brand based in Manchester. If you’ve had at least 2 years experience of working in a marketing role in a … Continue reading

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INFOGRAPHIC – Why businesses are flocking to the Isle of Man

In recent years, the Isle of Man has developed into a hotbed for business, and it’s easy to see why. Factors such as their advantageous tax regimes along with a genuine focus on attracting companies in the digital and gaming … Continue reading

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Marketing Assistant / Apprentice | Vacancy

We have an exciting opportunity for an individual with a creative mind to join our marketing team based in our Manchester city centre office. Reporting to the Marketing Manager and working directly with all other departments, your role will include, … Continue reading

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How the Summer Budget 2015 affects business tax

Corporation Tax rate The CT rate will be cut to 19% in 2017 & 18% in 2020. This is great news for Limited Companies as this will be the lowest rate in the G20. The Government have estimated that this … Continue reading

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Other factors covered in the Summer Budget 2015

National Living Wage From April 2016 a new National Living Wage of £7.20 per hour for the over 25’s will be introduced. One of George Osborne’s catchphrases during his budget speech was “The Government wants to move from a low … Continue reading

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How the Summer Budget 2015 affects managing your wealth

Inheritance Tax (IHT) Currently IHT is charged at 40% on estates over £325,000. Any unused allowance can be transferred to your spouse, so a married couple has £650,000 between them before IHT is paid. From April 2017 the Government has … Continue reading

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The Northern Powerhouse in the Summer Budget 2015

Devolved power to Manchester The Government is working on devolving more powers to Manchester following the deal agreed back in November 2014. Fire Services will be under the control of the Mayor, a new Greater Manchester Land Commission will be … Continue reading

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How the Summer Budget 2015 affects personal tax

Personal Allowance and Higher Rate Threshold Typical taxpayers will be £905 per year better off as a result of the increases to the right. The Government have already announced they want to increase the personal allowance to £12,500 and the … Continue reading

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VIDEO – How customer demand for wealth management is shifting & how the market is responding

“Where we’re going now with these new trends and the new story of what’s going to happen in the next couple of years is really all about people making demands of wealth managers that are different to the demands that … Continue reading

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VIDEO – our view of the Great Manchester Run

As promised, we completed the Great Manchester Run with a GoPro camera strapped to our heads in exchange for your generous donations towards children’s respite charity, Once Upon A Smile. Here is the result, our view of the Morrisons Great … Continue reading

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Tweets to maximise the value of your business

We gave control of our Twitter to our Corporate Finance team last week and tasked them with coming up with some pearls of wisdom to maximise the value of your business, all within 140 characters. Here’s what they came up … Continue reading

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David Evans swaps Howard Worth partnership for Sedulo

We have bolstered our tax offering with the appointment of David Evans who joins us from Cheshire based practice, Howard Worth. Evans, 29, was on the partner development programme at Howard Worth and had been at the firm for the … Continue reading

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What is an Information Memorandum?

If you are looking into the possibility of selling your business, you will likely have been advised on the need to pull together an Information Memorandum. But what is it and what does it contain? An Information Memorandum is essentially … Continue reading

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How Budget 2015 affects savers

Help to buy ISAs Help for those looking to save a deposit for a mortgage. This new offering comes with a boost from the government in the form of a tax free bonus. The bonus will be 25% of the … Continue reading

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Bookkeeper | Vacancy

We need a bookkeeper with an eye for detail. Is it you? If so, we want to hear from you. If you’re eagle-eyed and have experience in using Sage Line 50, you might just be what we’re looking for. The … Continue reading

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How Budget 2015 affects business tax

Update to the Annual Investment Allowance A welcome announcement from the Chancellor in relation to business investment in plant and machinery. We had a temporary “annual investment allowance”(AIA) of £250,000 due to expire on 31 December 2014 but this period … Continue reading

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A tax give-away before Budget 2015’s even started

Of course everyone is waiting to see it there will be any last minute pre-election tax give-aways in his speech, but how many have forgotten one that was in last year’s speech but only comes into effect for 2015/16 i.e. … Continue reading

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What are the tax advantages of EMI?

If the Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) share options are granted at “market value” then there will be no liability to income tax or national insurance either at the time of the grant or the exercise of the options. If the … Continue reading

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Do you need cash flow projections when selling your business?

The short answer to this question is yes, and let us explain why. For you to fully understand a business you’re looking to sell, and more importantly to demonstrate the potential of that business to an acquiring entity, you will … Continue reading

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Should financial projections be optimistic or pessimistic?

If the projections are to be used for the purposes of internal budgeting then it can be demoralising for managers if the numbers are unachievable. In this instance a realistic approach should be adopted to challenge and motivate those responsible … Continue reading

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Real life examples of tax enquiries

During 2013 almost 700 prosecutions were secured against tax and benefits cheats. There were 690 successful convictions as against 477 in the previous year. With prison sentences totaling 355 years it is clear that HMRC are serious about tackling evasion. … Continue reading

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Who is a key person within your business?

Identifying a key person within your business is as simple as highlighting anyone whose loss, either permanent or temporary, would affect the business’s ability to maintain turnover and generate profits. Key person policies are generally used for profit and replacement, … Continue reading

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If you receive this email about your tax return, delete it

A very quick post today and a bit of a ‘heads-up’ for anyone who has (or has yet to!) submitted their tax return this month. If you receive the below email claiming your tax return has been incorrectly filled out, … Continue reading

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How to structure a due diligence report

Our Corporate Finance team run through step-by-step exactly what you need to put into a due diligence report. Continue reading

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The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (or SEIS)

What is SEIS relief? The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (or more often referred to as SEIS) is a tax incentive scheme initiated by the government in order to encourage lending to early stage businesses. This can be hugely beneficial for … Continue reading

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Does a UK company have to registered for PAYE?

A very short post today, but this is a question we’ve asked with increasing regularity recently, particularly by overseas business looking to set up a UK based subsidiary. If the company intends to employ people in the UK then it … Continue reading

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Winter 2014 top tweets

Our favourite twitterings to come through the @sedulogroup Twitter in Winter 2014… Continue reading

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How easy is it to outsource an accountancy function?

The complexity of the task is obviously differs slightly on a business-to-business basis, but keeping on top of management information and cash flows are important in any business but more so where day to day presence by management is limited. … Continue reading

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