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Pre-Year End Checklist 2021

We’ve put together this pre-year end checklist of areas where you could benefit financially. 2020/2021 ISA allowance  Have you or your family made your maximum ISA contribution of £20,000 per adult or £9,000 for children for 2020/21? Pension contributions Have you utilised your Annual Allowance for pension purposes  (up to £40,000, as well as using […]

Tax Associate Director/Director

Looking to recruit an ambitious Tax Senior/ Associate Tax Director or Tax Director depending on experience to work out of either our Wilmslow or Holmfirth office as part of a friendly and growing team of experienced professionals. Mandate You will contribute to growing the business to become a leader in the accountancy and business advisory […]

Langricks unveils new look website

We’re pleased to reveal our new look website which showcases our extensive range of services for helping organisations and individuals grow and save money. At Langricks we pride ourselves on delivering the services our customers need. This new website was created to make it easier for visitors to see exactly the areas where we can […]

What to look for when choosing an accountant

Looking for a new accountant can be a minefield so we’ve put together some top tips for helping you when choosing your new accountant. 1) Is location important to you? Having an accountant that is local to you can have many advantages that go beyond convenience, however with the continued improvements in technology, communication is now […]

Money Skills For Life

Every day, millions of people struggle with debt, many of whom have never been taught how to manage money. While there is some financial literacy teaching in secondary schools habits are formed much younger according to experts at DebtAware – the education arm of the national charity – Debt Advice Foundation. With 64% of children […]

HMRC are looking into cases of furlough fraud, here is how you can make sure you are covered

The first amnesty deadline for repaying overclaimed amounts through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has passed and HMRC are now looking into cases of furlough fraud, it is therefore critical that businesses retain proper records of past and future claims should they come under scrutiny.  The first deadline was 20 October 2020 in respect of claims […]

Are You Ready for Brexit?

Imports and Exports The UK/EU withdrawal agreement expires at 11pm GMT on 31 December 2020. After that date, the UK will become a separate customs territory from the EU. This means that from 1 January 2021, all imports and exports of goods to and from the EU will become subject to customs procedures, both in […]