Larking Gowen celebrates with a fond farewell to two of Larking Gowen’s longest term Partners as they also announce a new chairman.
Chartered Accountants, Larking Gowen, this week says a fond farewell to two of their most experienced Partners as David Jefford and Anne Richardson both retire from the Partnership. As previously announced with a combined experience of 80 years, both David and Anne have worked at Larking Gowen for the duration of their professional careers. David joined Larking Gowen as a graduate trainee in 1977 and Anne joined the firm in 1978 as a newly qualified Chartered Accountant.
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Spring Budget Summary 2017
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Spring Budget 2017 – nothing good for agriculture
Philip Hammond's first full Budget had few surprises with some limited good news, but it is unlikely to bring much joy to farming businesses. Most farmers will be above the VAT limit so will not benefit from the twelve-month deferral of "making tax digital" which is being offered to those with turnover below £85,000 or indeed the increase in the limit within which businesses can account on a "cash basis". This has been increased from £85,000 to £150,000 – which may simplify matters for landlords.
How to sell your business for its maximum value
Our Corporate Transactions team are holding two events in March for business owners and company directors interested in business growth, and achieving maximum sale value in the future.
Larking Gowen accountant finishes top of global class of 5,000
Congratulations to Lauren Day, who has been awarded the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Gold Medal for the highest global score attained over the final tier of five professional exams.