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There are a number of upcoming changes that employers need to be aware of. Here we summarise those changes but please get in touch if you need any further information or assistance. SSP relating to Covid The SSP refund scheme relating to Covid ceases on 17 March...

A team update and vacancy information at R J Francis. Rosemarie Thompson At the end of October, we were very sad to bid farewell to our colleague, Rosemarie Thompson, who has retired. Rosemarie joined R J Francis in 2015, and was an integral part of the Accounts...

On 27 October 2021, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak set out a Budget that he said would be an investment in a more innovative and highly skilled economy. It was not the packed Budget we had in the Spring but there were still some important changes...

We are pleased to announce that we have recently achieved gold level Xero accreditation. This recognises our in depth knowledge of the software, the high level of support we offer our clients using Xero and our ongoing commitment to utilising the most advanced technology to...

We are delighted to welcome two new staff members to the team at R J Francis. Jay Strange joined us in March and manages the bookkeeping and VAT returns for a broad range of our clients. Jay has over two years’ experience in both local and...

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 4 January 2021 that England is to enter a further national lockdown from 5 January until at least February half term, the Chancellor has announced additional support for businesses that have been forced to close due to the restrictions. Grants Businesses...

Could the tax incentives see you leading the way on electric vehicles? Last week the UK government has announced that they are bringing forward the ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars from 2040 to 2035 (or earlier if possible) to help achieve their...