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What will the interest rates rise mean for you?

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

In a widely-anticipated move earlier this month, the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England voted to raise interest rates for this first time in 10 years, lifting the Bank’s Base Rate from…

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New allowances could benefit those with casual income

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

If you receive income from casual trading activities or renting out a room on a short-term basis – for instance through Airbnb or eBay – you can now save potentially hundreds of pounds in tax with…

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Biggleswade Rugby Club – October update

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

On Saturday 14th October, the Biggleswade 1st XV team played against Leicester Forest at the Langford Road ground. In the second row, Gareth Rutt was selected to move from the back row into number 4, his…

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Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2017

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

As our Partner, Toni Hunter, gets into the swing of things once again as a judge on this year’s panel, the countdown to the Hunts Post Huntingdonshire Business Awards 2017 has officially commenced. We…

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Date for your diary: Payroll drop-in

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

Is the auto-enrolment roll-out about to reach you? If you began trading on 1st October, are you aware that you have immediate pensions duties to fulfil? Have you considered the pension contribution increases…

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The biz4Biz Awards 2018 are creating a buzz…

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The biz4Biz Awards are designed to seek out and recognise those who are the best in business across Hertfordshire and once again, we are delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Best Executive Venue or Leisure…

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Round pound coins officially replaced

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

On Sunday 15th October, your old round pound coins officially ceased to be legal tender, meaning shops and businesses are no longer obliged to accept them, whilst consumers can also refuse them when given…

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Spotlight on… Tara McCarter

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

Welcome to our Spotlight feature, designed to help you get to know us a little bit better. Each month a member of our team will be tasked with answering ten quick questions to give you an insight into…

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Workplace pensions are now a must for employers

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The staggered roll-out of workplace pensions, also known as auto-enrolment, is now almost complete, with only a handful of the newest start-ups still to reach their staging dates. Legislation requires…

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Are you a non-UK resident disposing of UK residential property?

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

Effective 6 April 2015, non-UK residents disposing of UK residential property must report this to HMRC within 30 days of conveyance and may also have to pay any Capital Gains Tax (CGT) due in the same…

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