We know our clients would be very pleased not to have to pay Stamp Duty...

We also know that it is our job to point out opportunities that might help save tax and other duties, including the very existence of some tax schemes and to assess and review providers of bespoke and innovative services, rejecting those that do not meet our high standards.

This is the reason we like the Stamp Duty Land Tax planning scheme, available through Jan Bishop of Grosvenor Consultancy Limited Independent Financial Advisers, which offers savings on all property purchases above £250,000.

For further details please contact Tom Moffatt.

If you‘ve outgrown your existing book keeping system or are finding it cumbersome and time consuming, Cleverdon & Co have a cost effective and extremely user friendly solution.  It’s called ‘KashFlow’.

We are able to offer our clients a 60 day trial of KashFlow completely free of charge!

Online accounting software is considered by many to be the way that the industry is heading as it enables businesses to keep a constant eye on their company’s financial position without having to install costly and bulky software direct onto their computers.

The KashFlow system is easy to use, with continuous functionality development. The Cleverdon team can now talk to clients and update records in real time without having to wait for them to send in reams of paper-work or backup files.

Interested?!  Please get in touch and we will organise your free, no obligation trial of KashFlow

Champagne Draw Winner
Mr Toman is pictured receiving the Champagne from Tom Moffatt.

Congratulations to Mr Lewis Toman, of Clevedon, on winning the recent draw.  Clients who delivered their 2009/10 Tax Return records by 30th June 2010 were entered into a free draw to win a case of Champagne.

Mr Toman said 'This is the first time I've ever won anything and the timing is perfect for a family celebration this weekend, so I'm delighted.'

After the Emergency Budget Talks from George Osborne, we now have a clearer idea of what his public expenditure cuts and tax changes will be. This update provides an initial summary of some of these changes.

We will provide more detail as it becomes available.

The update is split into two parts: changes affecting personal taxpayers and changes affecting businesses – which include companies, partnerships and sole traders.

For any further information on how to cope with these and other changes, please do not hesitate to contact us.   We would be more than happy to talk through your finances and discover the best way for you to manage your accounts

To download your personal copy of our Budget Summary – Click Here