Howard Worth focuses on staff wellbeing & mental health

As part of a new staff wellbeing programme, Howard Worth now have two staff who are recognised as Mental Health First Aiders. Joanne Hamilton and Victoria Percy have completed a two day course run by MHFA England. Both are now able to offer their colleagues support and guidance with mental health issues including depression and…

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An early Breakfast for an early Autumn Budget

On a clear November morning Howard Worth’s clients and professional contacts travelled to Macdonald Portal Hotel on Thursday 8th November for the Howard Worth annual Budget Breakfast Event, a week after Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced an earlier than expected Autumn Budget, to hear tax and financial experts dissect the Chancellors speech.  A crowded room listened…

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Howard Worth Launches R&D Co Website to explain Research & Development

Research and Development is not just for scientific or technological companies but for a range of activities, with many businesses carrying out R&D by simply improving a product or system in-house. The R&D Co – a specialist section of Howard Worth Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors – has launched a new website to demystify R&D…

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Howard Worth achieve Xero Platinum Partner Status

Howard Worth are officially a Xero Platinum Partner after starting their relationship with the software provider in 2009.   Xero partnership, helping to assist clients with the move to digital accounting. Through the Platinum Partner status, Howard Worth are able to assist clients with the move to this digital accounting platform as well as ensuring…

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MTD Software – Is your current provider prepared?

If your business is VAT registered and has a turnover above £85k, from April 2019 you will no longer be able to submit your VAT return online – you will need to do this with compliant software that works with HMRC’s new Making Tax Digital system. Do you know if your existing software will work…

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Why cash-flow is king when it comes to business survival.

With many national businesses making headlines recently with a variety of financial troubles, is our economy really in the positive position the government leads us to believe? The large companies in question have seemingly fallen on hard times due to their commitment to large retail premises, but what about the SME market place? In the…

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