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Businesses want answers on tax changes

Following the failure of Teresa May to win a majority at the election there is a lack of clarity as to which of the changes to the tax system will go ahead. Will there now be pressure to increase the tax on higher earners by either not increasing the higher rate threshold or otherwise changing the system to get a bit more tax out of higher earners? Will the reduction in the tax-free dividend allowance from £5,000 to £2,000 be re-introduced having been hastily withdrawn?

Ian Sheekey

 Ian Sheekey left Hugh Davies & Co to join Total Tax in Fordingbridge after more than twelve years. We are sorry to see him go but in some ways it may be beneficial to the firm. We are now a smaller firm, all working on the same floor of the office. This will be good for efficiency and client service.

Under the terms of our agreement I cannot act for his clients and he cannot act for mine. If this inconveniences some clients who still wish to be looked after in Salisbury there are arrangements in place for meetings and the drop off of records.






Chancellor to deliver Autumn Statement on 23 November

The Chancellor Philip Hammond will deliver his first Autumn Statement on Wednesday 23 November, it has been announced. The date was revealed in an appearance before the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee. He said: ‘In the run-up to the Autumn Statement, I will be engaging with Britain’s business leaders and employee representatives through a series of industry round tables, meetings and visits.’

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Hugh Davies & Co joins Xeinadin Group

Wednesday, 24 July 2019

We recently announced that from 1 June 2019 Hugh Davies & Co became a founder member of a new network of independent and individually managed accounting firms across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Around 120 independent accountancy firms joined the network, called Xeinadin.

In order to achieve commonality across member firms we all started trading in newly formed companies. Apart from our change of legal entity and bank account, everything else remains exactly the same and we look forward to continue to work with you exactly in the same way as we have always done.

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Merger with Shirley Hollis & Co

Monday, 08 July 2019

I am delighted to say that on 31 May 2019 we merged with Shirley Hollis & Co. Shirley has over 30 years’ experience in accountancy practice having previously been a partner in Wilkins Kennedy in Winchester.

She set up her own practice in Durrington several years ago before opening an office in Amesbury. She has now joined us in our office and brings with her the clients that she has built up over recent years. We welcome both Shirley and her clients to the Hugh Davies & Co community.

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LISAs – Lifetime ISAs

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Lifetime ISAs were introduced a couple of years ago. These are a savings alternative (like an ISA) for young people which can be used either for the first-time purchase of a house or can be accessed tax-free at age 60.

Why do I think these are great? Well you can put up to £4,000 a year into a LISA and the government will add a 25% bonus on top. That is a pretty good return on anyone’s money.

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