Piper Hulse Accountants Budget Review: 2020

Budget 2020 The Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his (and/or Boris’s) first budget today.  Under normal circumstances, the first budget after a big election win, we could expect a range of politically motivated tax changes. Not today. Times are uncertain, as we appear to be in the early stages of a potentially serious Corona Virus outbreak, which…

Piper Hulse Accountants 2018 Budget Review

Budget 29thOctober 2018 The Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, delivered his third budget on Monday at 3:30pm. As with most budgets it had been preceded by much speculation and pre-announcements, with the background of Brexit uncertainty, the strain on public services, trouble on the high street, global tech tax dodgers and the “end of austerity” (to name…

Blog: What expenses can Consultants claim?

What expenses can I claim for as a Consultant? What expenses can I claim for? This is usually one of the first questions our clients have and it’s one of the areas where specialist knowledge makes the difference. The basic HMRC principle is “wholly and exclusively” for the purpose of the business, but as with…

It’s Running Season For Piper Hulse

Piper Hulse is pleased to sponsor three premier local running races this summer and help raise much needed funds for local causes; University Hospital North Staffordshire, St Michaels School Stone, Stone Girl guides Kenyan schools project, Katherine House Hospice, Douglas McMillan Hospice and The Gingerbread centre. The races (Westbridge 5, St Michaels 10k and the…

Piper Hulse’s Guide to IR35 Tax

IR35 is tax legislation designed to tackle tax avoidance by contractors supplying their services outside of employment. If you’re a genuine contractor, freelancer, consultant or interim, Piper Hulse shows you should have nothing to fear from IR35. Read more >>