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How to future proof an academy – live Q&A

During the summer, Wilkins Kennedy held several workshops looking at ‘Future Proofing your Academy Trust’. These workshops offered the chance to have those queries addressed by the academies team here at Wilkins Kennedy as well as discussing issues with colleagues …

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September Sales show delayed impact for retail

The Retail Sales Statistics for September 2016 revealed that sales were ‘as expected’ – but following recent headlines surrounding inflation, the worst could be yet to come according to one expert in Retail and Wholesale at leading accountancy firm, Wilkins Kennedy. At the moment these figures are in line with expectations for the time of year as the good weather pushed consumers away from retail towards leisure experience, leading to deferral in winter clothing purchases, according to Phil Mullis, Head of Retail and Wholesale and Partner at Wilkins Kennedy. “We have all heard the recent news that inflation is on the rise” Phil commented. “Fuel and clothing prices will be front line for price increases, as they stick to their low price promises."

Tax Dates

31 October 2016

2015/16 tax return to be filed on or before this date if not to be filed online.

30 December 2016

Deadline for submission of online self- assessment tax return for tax due to be included in the 2017/18 PAYE code.

Brexit 2016

The latest on Britain’s exit from the EU

On 23rd June 2016, British voters went to the polls to cast their vote in the historic EU Referendum. Based on a 72.2% turnout, a majority voted to leave the European Union with 52% of the vote, against 48% to remain.

Following this announcement, Wilkins Kennedy brings you all the latest Brexit news and the potential impact it could have for individuals and businesses around the UK.

Our Brexit Hub provides details of events before, during and after the Referendum as well as what could happen next as the nation prepares for independence from the EU. If you have any queries relating to how Brexit might affect you, contact us today on

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