Autumn 2017 newsletter

The latest news and views from Jan McDermott & Co Ltd Chartered Accountants.
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Autumn Statement and other news

Welcome to our newsletter.

First up please view or download your copy of our Autumn Statement summary advising how you and your business may be affected by the Chancellor's announcements this week.

Bigger, better, smarter

We are delighted to announce our move to new offices alongside the Town Hall in Birkenhead.

Moving from 51 to 56 Hamilton Square may not sound like much but the whole team is pleased to be in pristine refurbished premises.

Co-located with other professional service firms in the building owned by Aequitas Automotive serves the growing business perfectly. Here we can better meet with clients and have offices that reflect the smart, professional image of the firm. Read more

Newest member of the team

We are delighted to announce that Client Manager Amy and husband Carl have a new addition to their family.

Beautiful baby Isla was born on 27th September at 8.51am weighing in at 8lb 5oz

We're sure you will join us in wishing Amy and her family all the best as they embark on their new adventure together.

Are you claiming your free childcare?

Two new schemes are helping working families to reduce their childcare bills, but the onus is on you to register. Find out more about 30 hours free childcare and the tax-free childcare scheme by reading more.

New Payroll Manager

We are pleased to confirm that Nicky Webster has taken up the new role of Payroll Manager with us.  

Nicky has been a great asset to the firm, having worked at the accountant's practice since 2006, and will be well known to many existing clients as an established member of the team. Read more 

Letting out your holiday home

If you have a holiday home and decide to let it out, you may be able to benefit from the slightly more generous tax rules that apply to furnished holiday lettings as compared to other types of let, such as a residential let. Read more

Why choose a Chartered Accountant?

Legally anyone can call themselves an ‘accountant’ – they don’t need any qualifications, training or experience.

ICAEW Chartered Accountants are financial experts with the knowledge, initiative and judgement you can trust. Read more