Long-standing Shropshire Chamber Patrons Barringtons Chartered Accountants in Newport and Market Drayton has launched a new series of information bulletins to support clients and the wider business community as the pandemic continues to present challenges in 2022.
January’s issue was hot off the press with news of the Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Scheme relaunched for small and medium-sized businesses to claim back from the government as well as advice for pregnant employees during the crisis, the latest on private test providers and important tax deadlines this month.
To read in full click here: https://mailchi.mp/barringtons.co.uk/barringtons-january-newsletter
Throughout the health crisis Barringtons Chartered Accountants has more than lived up to its role as members of the Accountants for Good programme offering sound financial advice and a shoulder to lean on.
It has ploughed extra time and resources into helping the Shropshire business community remain strong to weather the storm and gain access to Bounce Back Loans, Restart grants, Research and Development tax relief and various hospitality support packages. Team members have been on hand to help unravel the often complex Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and calculate lifeline Self-Employed Income Support Grants.
With more uncertainty on the horizon in 2022, Barringtons in Newport and Market Drayton remains on hand to advise on Covid-related support, such as the latest Omicron hospitality and leisure grants, as well as January’s deluge of tax related-enquiries.
With several decades of experience, tax is an area where Barringtons really shines. The firm is expert at helping everyone, from business start-ups to established businesses, minimise their tax liability and achieve business goals. Strategic planning is another, really key to success this year and beyond.
Managing director Phil Wood said: “Two years on and things are still pretty tough for many local businesses. There is much in the ‘uncertainty’ pot to consider in 2022 and we are currently helping clients with planning reviews to ensure they remain robust and ready to overcome challenge.
“That said we are continually amazed at their resilience and how they have energetically repurposed or pivoted their businesses into new areas, products and services.
“It makes good sense to do so. The past two years has taught us all to expect the unexpected and if you need assistance creating or revising your financial plans, growing your business or just a chat about how to move forward, do not hesitate to contact us.”
Barringtons is committed to working with clients in a new way as part of the worldwide Accountants for Good programme, dedicated to building a better future for everyone. Locally the firm fundraises for Severn Hospice in Shrewsbury and sponsors football and rugby in Market Drayton and Hodnet.
It offers a comprehensive portfolio of accountancy and taxation services to help Shropshire businesses flourish and create new jobs and prosperity.
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