Being a good accountant is not about having an aptitude for numbers or knowledge of tax legislation. It is about getting to know a client and their business so that you can give sound advice that adds value and supports their aims. The team at RfM Morecambe & Lancaster and RfM South Lakes are committed to this approach (which we call + more). Meet them here.
What happens when your business grows fast and your workspace is quite literally bursting at the seams. The only option for IT managed services provider, HW Technology, was a move to larger premises – and soon. We learn how, with support from RfM, HW Technology overcame the challenges of finding, funding and fitting out their new premises in 2019.
Kathryn Gardner is Client Relationship Manager at RfM Preston and a key member of our Audit team. We asked Kathryn to give us an insight into the role and responsibilities of an auditor, and why some businesses choose to have an audit – even if they’re not obliged to.
Having access to specialist accounting and business advisors can make all the difference to the growth and success of a young business. RfM Partner Paul Newsham has a nose for business – as does wine expert Miles Corish, to whom Paul has been an advisor for many years. Paul recently supported Miles with the launch of a new venture, Milestone Wines. We toast the company’s achievements in its first 18 months…
Devolution means that Scotland and Wales each now have their own, separate tax regimes and the property tax rules for purchases in both countries have changed. We advise you to pay close attention to ensure the correct procedures are followed, especially when buying property and land that crosses UK borders. In such cases, special rules apply.
RfM Partner Gillian Isibor marked the 20-year anniversary of her arrival at the Preston practice… by speaking to us about how the firm has changed during that time, the skills she brings to the leadership team, and her vision for the future.
RfM Accountants is proud to have been featured in this year’s Parliamentary Review, an annual initiative to showcase best practice in all sectors of business across the UK.
This week (5-9 March) is National Apprenticeships Week 2018. During the week, employers and apprentices will come together to celebrate the success of apprenticeships and encourage even more people to choose this pathway to a great career. Here at RfM, we are celebrating the achievements of our current apprentices and more experienced staff who trained via the apprenticeships route.
In early 2017, the government announced that the first businesses to enter the new Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime would be those operating above the VAT-registration threshold. We now have more details about what those businesses will have to do, and when.
Emma Murphy and Janet Williams are on a mission. It’s a mission that has seen them making a real difference. They have successfully campaigned for changes that will protect the future health of thousands of babies. And they have made influential friends in high places. Here’s their story and how RfM is supporting them with their quest.