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27 Aug 2020

How to minimise inheritance tax liabilities

We frequently get asked by clients (and non-clients!) how they can reduce the amount of tax which could be due on a family member’s estate. In this blog we give some tips on what steps can be taken to reduce potentially large inheritance tax (IHT) bills in the future.

13 Aug 2020

What next for landlords?

The year has already seen significant tax reform impacting the rental sector. Covid-19 only increases market turbulence. This Briefing explains what is changing and sets out options to help you plan for the future.

21 Jul 2020

How to improve cash flow in your business

The phrase "Turnover is vanity, profit is sanity, cash is reality" has never been more appropriate than in our current economic climate. Whilst some businesses have been able to turn the coronavirus situation into a trading opportunity, others are struggling to keep on top of things.

09 Jul 2020

Helping businesses come out of lockdown

The last few months have been hectic at Wilkinson & Partners helping our clients to access whatever government funding they could, in order to keep their business afloat.

07 May 2020

Accessing the CBILS – how to increase your success rate

There has been a lot of media coverage in recent weeks about businesses having difficulty accessing loans through the Government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

05 May 2020

Free COVID-19 support for our clients

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic the Government have made several announcements relating to the different support measures that have been made available to businesses during this crisis. We have been very busy helping our clients to access these schemes wherever possible.

01 May 2020

Keeping you and our team safe

During the coronavirus pandemic we have implemented a range of social distancing and health and safety measures across the practice.

21 Apr 2020

Retirement creates further growth for the practice

Wilkinson and Partners continues to go from strength to strength as a result of our recent acquisition of Ilkley based accountancy firm, David Pullan and Co.

18 Mar 2020

Free Post-Budget Tax Clinics – by video or phone

Following on from the Chancellor’s spring Budget, Wilkinson and Partners are organising a series of free tax clinics. The clinics are designed to help local business owners understand any Budget announcements and COVID-19 business support measures that may be relevant to them.

17 Mar 2020

Important Information about COVID-19

As are many businesses, Wilkinson and Partners are monitoring the developing situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We want to share with you how we are addressing the situation and what measures we are putting in place during these challenging times.

25 Feb 2020

Office expansion helps future growth

We have recently completed the building works to our offices on South Hawksworth Street in Ilkley. As well as extending the size of the office, we have totally refurbished the property, creating new offices and a downstairs meeting room for clients and visitors.

18 Dec 2019

Free tax clinics are a success with Ilkley residents!

Feedback from the recent free tax clinics we ran from our Ilkley office has been superb. Over the past 3 weeks, local residents and business owners have booked a slot at our clinics, giving them an opportunity to discuss their tax, self assessment or business related concerns.

19 Nov 2019

FREE tax clinics in our Ilkley office

To celebrate the expansion of our Ilkley office, we are offering free tax advice sessions to people in the Ilkley area. These ‘free tax clinics’ aim to help local individuals and business owners get their tax affairs in order and to potentially identify ways of reducing their tax bills.

24 Oct 2019

Taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks and raising £2,500 for The BHF

A bunch of intrepid explorers from Wilkinson and Partners recently completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge and raised over £2,500 for the British Heart Foundation.

14 Oct 2019

Act now to avoid new CGT rules on Property

From April 2020, new rules will require some property owners to pay any Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liabilities much sooner than they anticipated. The changes could also increase the amount of tax people have to pay.

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