Archive for May, 2015

a picture of a green piggy bank, to represent pensions tax relief

Pensions Under A Tax

Posted by Gary Mackley-Smith on

Pension savers earning more than £150,000 a year face restrictions on the amount of tax relief they can claim on their contributions. Now that the general election is out of the way and we have a Tory majority, what was included in their ...

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Ewan McClymont, Director of Grant Services at Bishop Fleming Chartered Accountants in Plymouth

Unlocking Business Investment Grant

Posted by Ewan McClymont on

The recently launched Unlocking Business Investment grant (UBI grant) is already generating a lot of interest. The programme has been developed for businesses across the Heart of the South West LEP area (the County Council areas of Devon and ...

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Phil Redgate, winner of the ICAEW accountancy award Trainee of the Year 2015

“Young Star” Wins West Midlands Accountancy Award

Posted by Press Release on

Phil Redgate, a trainee at Bishop Fleming’s Worcester office, has won the “Trainee of the Year” accolade at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) West Midlands annual awards, having also been ...

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Bishop Fleming staff compete in the Bristol & Bath Marathon

Bristol and Bath Accountants Battle It Out For Charity

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“The gloves are off” for competing colleagues! Teams from the Bristol and Bath offices of Top 40 accountants, Bishop Fleming, will battle one another in a marathon run for charity. Having already signed up as sponsors for the first ...

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Bishop Fleming Shortlisted For Third Accountancy Award

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Top 40 accountants, Bishop Fleming, have been shortlisted in a third category for the 2015 West Midlands Accountancy Awards – two of which feature a “star trainee”. Phil Redgate, a trainee at Bishop Fleming’s Worcester ...

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Businesses Cast Their Vote

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 Most want a Tory win or a Tory/Lib-Dem coalition Taxation and EU plans are their biggest issues More that two thirds owner-managed businesses in the South West & West Midlands want to see an outright Conservative win in next week’s ...

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