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The SRA’s New CPD Regime

Paul East

Paul East

The legal sector is well on the way to implementing the SRA’s new competence regime with many firms reporting smooth and cost-free transition. Remember, remember 1st November The SRA introduced its new rules for ensuring that solicitors maintain ongoing competence …

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Sun peeks through April 2016 retail sales

The bad weather may have finally eased for the retail sector, as price deflation drives increase in both quantity and amount spent, according to the April Retail Sales Statistics, released today. The rolling 3 month on 3 month a year growth in retail sales has averaged 3.8% since the start of 2016 which actually shows a slight decrease on the period in 2015. It means that consumers were spending around 1.1% more in food stores and this increase has allowed for a small amount of growth in the grocery sector. Phil Mullis, Partner and Head of Retail and Wholesale at top-20 UK accountancy firm, Wilkins Kennedy, commented: “The April 2016 retail sales actually revealed the 36th month of consecutive growth, which, together with an increased spend in food stores could be seen as encouraging."

Tax Dates

31 May 2016

Deadline for employers to provide employees with 2015/16 Form P60.

30 June 2016

Financial institutions must submit return forms to HMRC detailing interest element of any PPI compensation payments made.

6 July 2016

Deadline for submission of 2015/16 forms P11D, P9D, P11D(b).

WK Budget Hub 2016

The Budget 2016 Full Report

The Budget was delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Wednesday 16th March. 

Further to his announcement, Wilkins Kennedy have the pleasure of providing a full Budget 2016 Report to explain the changes announced and the impact they will have on individuals, businesses and also importantly, schools. 

As with every Budget the devil is often in the detail and we will be highlighting those issues which the Chancellor may not have made obvious in his address to Parliament.

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