Author Archive for: Camilla

Entries by Camilla Langricks

Experienced bookkeeper full-time or part-time – Wilmslow office

Role: Experienced bookkeeper Experience: Minimum of 3 year’s experience working with Iris, Sage, Xero, QuickBooks Location: Aus-Bore House, 19-25 Manchester Road, Wilmslow, SK9 1BQ Applying: Email your CV and covering letter to We are looking for a friendly, professional and experienced bookkeeper to join our growing team in our beautiful Wilmslow office. About Langricks: […]

What should Private Clients expect in next week’s Autumn Statement?

With just a week to go before the new Chancellor of the Exchequer (it’s Jeremy Hunt in case you are not keeping up with recent developments !!) stands up in Parliament to deliver an Autumn Statement designed to fill the Treasury’s £40bn, sorry I meant £50bn, no its now £60bn, black hole – here are […]

Variable direct debits can finally be set up for NI and PAYE

From 19th September it will be possible for employers to set up a variable plan to pay National Insurance and PAYE liabilities, whereas before the system only allowed single payments by direct debit. The direct debit amount will be the figure declared on the returns submitted, or less if there have been overpayments allocated, but […]

Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self-Assessment

6th April 2024 might seem to still be a long way in the future, but it is now less than 2 years away and will arrive upon us before we know it.  This is the date that Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self-Assessment (MTD for ITSA) will come into force and represents a seismic […]

Are you ready for Making Tax Digital for VAT?

From 1 April 2022 all vat registered businesses and individuals will need to comply with Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD VAT). Most businesses will be MTD compliant anyway as it was a requirement for those earning above the VAT threshold to be MTD compliant since April 2019. However, from 1 April 2022 those that […]

It’s National Apprenticeship Week read about life as a Langricks apprentice

Lucy Hogg joined Langricks in September 2020 after studying at Aquinas college in Stockport.  Lucy’s role involves assisting with bookkeeping and VAT returns aswell as working on small client accounts, she also helps out on reception and assists with other general office admin duties.  It is fair to say that she has a varied role […]

Some reflections on the Autumn Budget 2021 by Nigel Shaw

Rishi Sunak, has delivered his Autumn Budget and whilst there was plenty of “tinkering” around the edges of certain taxes and duties (alcohol duties, air passenger duty and tonnage tax), the BIG 3 of the UK tax world  i.e. Income Tax, National Insurance and VAT were left untouched. This is not surprising, because in so far […]

Probate fees expected to increase by 75% in January 2022

Imagine one of the public bodies decided to increase the cost of their services by 75% – it might be the local Council for bin collection OR the charge you pay for respite care for an elderly or disabled family member. I might be wrong, but I would expect there would be a lot of […]

New logo – same great team

We’re pleased to unveil our new look logo which has been developed to align our business and company name. Following the merger of Langricks and Michael Bell back in 2019, our two logos were also integrated, which at the time helped bring our two businesses together and communicate that we were one business. However this […]

Are you using your HMRC Personal Tax Account?

All taxpayers have a Personal Tax Account with HM Revenue & Customs. This contains lots of useful information. Have you looked at yours? You can use your Personal Tax Account to:   tell HMRC about a change of name or address check your tax code check and manage your tax credits and child benefit view your National […]

Capital Allowances Super-Deduction

In the March 2021 Budget the government announced the super-deduction for capital allowances. The super-deduction offers 130% first-year relief on qualifying main rate plant and machinery investments until 31 March 2023 for companies. The relief equates to a reduction in tax of 25p for every £1 spent, for example: If you spend £10,000 on qualifying […]

Post Budget Commentary From Michael Bell

Following the budget there were a few points I consider of interest to our clients: Corporation Tax The change to 25% corporation tax in 2023 will mean that some companies will need to review their remuneration strategy and/or business structure, this is something we can assist with. Super deduction at 130% at the 19% corporation […]

Building work starts on the Holmfirth office

As of today you will see our office in Holmfirth covered in scaffolding as building work has started to extend the lower floor.  We would like to apologise in advance for any disruption this causes, but we will be very excited to unveil our new look in a couple of month’s time! We are endeavouring […]