To help local businesses not just recover from, but beat, the economic impact of Covid-19, Brighton accountants, Accounts and Legal, and Sussex based solicitors, Mayo Wynne Baxter, are hosting a free webinar, on ‘how not to become a statistic and to come out thriving.’
Brighton Business Club has been created by Accounts and Legal to bring the local business community together with the hope of informing and inspiring them. Last night we hosted our first Brighton Business Club session and it was a very enjoyable evening for all involved.
As accountants naturally we will tell you to think more and spend less. We also believe that we as a nation should be supporting small businesses who are our friends, our neighbours and our relatives. So let’s ignore the festive high street circus for a just moment and turn our attention to some Small Business Heroes who can provide you with something unique this Christmas…
Last week we reported on how we helped one of our clients organise Cyclescheme but if you’re less bikes and more babies then you too can breathe a sigh of tax relief as now we want to tell you about Childcarescheme.
W ciągu ostatnich 8 lat liczba Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii wzrosła z 75.000 do pół miliona. Większość z tych nowo przybyłych mieszka i pracuje w Londynie, wielu zakłada przedsiębiorstwa: to nie jest rzadkością, aby zobaczyć polski sklep. Polski biznes budowniczy ma duży udział w londyńskim boomie mieszkaniowym.
Accountants, with some justification, have a reputation for not being the best communicators. We aim to change all that, and one of the ways that we keep our clients up to date is through our Client Portal.
The Tories are back in, the sun is out, and we’ve been having fun with our clients. It has been another excellent fortnight at Accounts and Legal, with great progress for existing clients and new clients coming on board. All in all, we’re having an uplifting time!
After much success helping SMEs with their accounting and legal needs in London and Brighton, we are incredibly proud and excited to open our third office in Manchester. The office is run by Stuart Hurst, a talented accountant with 15 years’ experience.
On Thursday the 20th October we attended a very special debate which reached great heights in all respects.
Hosted by the Brighton Chamber of Commerce in connection with Barclay’s bank this debate dealt with high growth businesses and how to manage them.
It would be impossible to fit everything you need to know about making your business successful into one article but we covered a lot of ground in one morning last week with Gavin Bellamy of Action Coach.
On Friday the 21st of November we were lucky enough to be part of The Business Game held at The Kings Academy, Middlesbrough, where the brightest business minds from the Emmanuel Schools Foundation come together to present businesses they have developed and compete for a £1000 prize pot.
Closely following our 1st birthday it’s been yet another week of landmarks here at Accounts and Legal as not only did we celebrate reaching 1500 Twitter followers we also received our 1000th request for an instant quote online so what is it that people like about Accounts and Legal?
What a week we’ve just had at Accounts and Legal! Not only did we sign 3 new clients including a Hollywood pro, we also launched an incredible competition, became an official partner of Xero, had our work published by Ingenious Britain, announced our client of the month AND kicked off our 2014 charity project! Phew!
When you think of an accountant what do you picture? Is it someone less-than-inspiring in a dusty office surrounded by books and paper?
So what if we told you about a young, vibrant accountancy firm with a fresh approach, an entrepreneurial spirit and an office in the heart of trendy Camden? Would you like to know more?