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Moore Thompson helps trainees celebrate exam success - April 25, 2016
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Trainees from accountancy firm Moore Thompson are jumping for joy after passing their latest set of professional examinations. Michelle Louth and Michael Sellars have both passed their most recent ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) exams – some of the toughest and most prestigious professional tests in the industry. The recent success was all the … Continue reading Moore Thompson helps trainees celebrate exam success


Moore Thompson Charitable Trust make significant donation to charities - April 25, 2016
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The in-house charity of one of the East of England’s leading independent accountancy firms Moore Thompson has donated hundreds of pounds to two good causes. In the past year, the Moore Thompson Charitable Trust raised more than £3,600 through a number of charity events and sponsored activities, which it has recently donated to Cancer Research … Continue reading Moore Thompson Charitable Trust make significant donation to charities


Businesses need to make productivity a priority to improve growth - April 15, 2016
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Moore Thompson has said that recent official figures show that the UK has a problem with encouraging productivity in the workplace. The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics shows that UK productivity fell by 1.2 per cent in the last quarter of 2015. The biggest decline was in the manufacturing sector, where … Continue reading Businesses need to make productivity a priority to improve growth


Moore Thompson sends warning to businesses not paying the new National Living Wage - April 15, 2016
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East of England-based accountants Moore Thompson is reminding businesses that the penalties for not paying the new National Living Wage and the minimum wage have gone up from the start of this month. Whilst the majority of businesses will have focused on making sure their employees are being paid the correct statutory wage, many may … Continue reading Moore Thompson sends warning to businesses not paying the new National Living Wage


Business owners may need to settler their debts, says Moore Thompson - April 8, 2016
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Moore Thompson is encouraging business owners and shareholders to consider paying back loans they may have received from their company following the government’s announcement to increase tax rates on repayment. The move to tax loans to participators at a higher rate was not announced by the Chancellor in his main Budget speech to Parliament last … Continue reading Business owners may need to settler their debts, says Moore Thompson


Owners and shareholders need to be ready for the change to dividends - March 24, 2016
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Accountants Moore Thompson is encouraging business owners and shareholders to reassess their position on dividends ahead of changes to the way they are taxed next month. Currently there are considerable savings to be made in National Insurance contributions if a minimal amount is paid as salary and the balance of a remuneration package is paid … Continue reading Owners and shareholders need to be ready for the change to dividends


Business contributions to economy finally recognised in Budget - March 16, 2016
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Moore Thompson says Chancellor George Osborne has finally recognised the substantial contribution that small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) make to the UK economy. Instead of the doom and gloom of past Budget announcements, businesses have been rewarded with a reduction in Corporation Tax, a cut in business rates, a less complex tax system for the … Continue reading Business contributions to economy finally recognised in Budget


Are you ready for the National Living Wage? - March 2, 2016
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With just a month left before the new National Living Wage is introduced, East of England-based accountants Moore Thompson are encouraging employers to get the correct payroll processes in place. From 1 April 2016 employees over the age of 25 who are currently earning the minimum wage rate of £6.70 per hour will see a … Continue reading Are you ready for the National Living Wage?


Get to grips with your company accounts, says Moore Thompson - February 5, 2016
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Businesses are being warned by accountants Moore Thompson to prepare their company accounts on time as new data shows that businesses in the UK have already been fined more than £65 million since April last year. The figures released by Companies House show that between April and December 2015 more than 140,000 penalties were issued … Continue reading Get to grips with your company accounts, says Moore Thompson


Nearly half of SMEs are scared about currency markets - January 29, 2016
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Moore Thompson, a firm of accountants based in the east of England, is warning that the growth and profitability of internationally-trading SMEs could be affected by volatile exchange rates. Citing research by foreign exchange service providers World First, Moore Thompson explains that the nationwide survey of more than 1,000 senior decision makers at UK-based SMEs that … Continue reading Nearly half of SMEs are scared about currency markets


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