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We have been providing businesses throughout East Yorkshire with qualified accountancy and taxation advice for over 20 years. From business start-ups to established companies our team will provide you with the advice and expertise needed to assist in helping to drive your business forward.

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Chancellor Philip Hammond Has Delivered The Autumn 2018 Budget.

Key Budget Points ...

The state of the economy

  • Era of austerity is "finally coming to an end", the chancellor says
  • 2018 growth forecast upgraded to 1.6% from 1.3% last year and 1.5% in March
  • Economy predicted to grow 1.4%, 1.4%, 1.5% and 1.6% in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 respectively.
  • 3.3 million more people in work since 2010
  • Wages growth at its highest in nearly a decade
Brexit
  • Extra £500m for preparations for leaving the EU
  • Spring Statement next March could be upgraded to full Budget if needed
  • A commemorative 50p coin to mark the UK's departure from the EU
Stamp duty and housing
  • All shared equity purchases of up to £500,000 to be exempt from stamp duty
  • £500m for the Housing Infrastructure Fund, designed to enable a further 650,000 homes to be built
  • Lettings relief limited to properties where the owner is in shared occupancy with the tenant
  • New partnerships with housing associations in England to deliver 13,000 homes
  • Guarantees of up to £1bn for smaller house-builders
Environment and energy
  • A new tax on non-recycled plastic packaging
  • No tax on takeaway coffee cups but this will be reconsidered if the industry doesn't make enough progress
  • £60m for planting trees in England
  • £10m to deal with abandoned waste sites
Defence and security
  • An extra £160m for counter-terrorism police
  • An extra £1bn for armed forces, for cyber-capabilities and the UK's new nuclear submarine programme
  • £10m for mental health care for veterans, to mark the centenary of World War One Armistice
  • £1.7m in Holocaust education programmes to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, in northern Germany

The state of the public finances

  • Public borrowing in 2018 to be £11.6bn lower than forecast in March, representing 1.2% of gross domestic product, (GDP) the total value of goods produced and services provided
  • Borrowing forecast to £31.8bn, £26.7bn. £23.8bn, £20.8bn and £19.8bn in next five years
  • Debt as share of GDP peaked at 85.2% in 2016-17, falling to 83.7% this year and to 74.1% by 2023-24
  • 1.2% annual average growth in departmental spending promised
Personal taxation and wages
  • Personal allowance, the rate at which people start paying income tax, to rise from £11,800 to £12,500 in April - a year earlier than planned
  • The higher rate income tax threshold to rise from £46,350 to £50,000 in April
  • Fuel duty to be frozen for ninth year in a row
Welfare and pensions
  • Work allowances for universal credit to be increased by £1.7bn
  • 2.4 million working families with children to benefit by £630 a year
  • An extra £1bn to help welfare claimants transfer to new consolidated benefit
Business and digital
  • New digital services tax on UK revenues of big technology companies, from April 2020
  • Profitable companies with global sales of more than £500m will be eligible
  • Private finance initiative (PFI) contracts to be abolished in future
  • New centre of excellence to manage existing deals "in the taxpayer's interest"
  • Annual investment allowance to be increased from £200,000 to £1m for two years
  • Contribution of small companies to apprenticeship levy to be reduced from 10% to 5%
  • Business rates bill for companies with a rateable value of £51,000 or less to be cut by third over two years
  • Measure to benefit 90% of independent companies, cutting bill by £8,000
  • £900m in business rates relief for small businesses and £650m to rejuvenate High Streets
  • New mandatory business rates relief for all lavatories made available for public use, whether publicly or privately owned
  • Extending changes to the way self-employment status is taxed, from the public sector to medium and large private companies, from 2020

Payroll Services

We offer a full payroll service for your business, which offers many advantages to you and your business. We will ensure that all requirements under the new Real Time Information (RTI) system are being met by your business. Alternatively we will assist in the setting up of your own payroll service advising on the best software for your needs and how to operate it.

Company Audits

Audits and Independent Reviews still remain the most valuable means of giving your business credibility as they assist in the improvement of management information, provide reassurance for stakeholders and/or trustees, and can identify potential weaknesses and how to alleviate them. Audits and reviews give businesses an independent opinion regarding the completeness and accuracy of their financial statements for a given period.

Banking Advice

Cameron, Ferriby & Co has a long established and respected place in the local banking fraternity and will work with you and your business to establish its banking needs ensuring you are receiving the best service the business banking sector has to offer.

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