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Recent News


We send our warmest congratulations to our Tax Manager, Fran Brooks and her fiancé Stuart, who are getting married tomorrow Thursday 22nd July, having already had to postpone their wedding for obvious reasons. We are sure you will want to join us in sending them both warmest wishes.

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We are pleased to announce that our Sri Sivalingam has passed his Audit paper in the final stages of his Chartered Association of Certified Accountants Qualifications. Sri now has only one paper to go before he is fully qualified.

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Advance Warning! Quarterly Tax Returns!

Although it is two years away, we thought we should let you know that taxpayers with self-employed business income, partnerships or letting income, greater than £10,000, will have to submit electronic quarterly tax return from 6 April 2023. This new way of reporting is being referred to by HMRC as Making Tax Digital for Income

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Our Services

Cloud Accounting

The Martlet Partnership offers Cloud Accounting as part of its Accounting Services.

With information held within the online ‘cloud’ space, both clients and our accountants have access to the information 24/7.

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Accounting Services

The value in a set of business accounts is not in the preparation but in their interpretation. At The Martlet Partnership, we guide you and work with you to help you acquire a thorough understanding of your financial position.

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Personal Tax

With the tax regime becoming more complex, everyone who is subject to taxation should seek professional advice and support to optimise their tax position and to ensure they meet the compliance requirements.

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Though business owners traditionally regard the annual audit and preparation of annual accounts as a necessary evil that adds no value to the business, we strive to transform it into a valuable asset.

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Many businesses realise that the way to really increase the value of the business is to spend as much time as possible doing what they are best at. This means not getting bogged down in functions which are often best left to specialist suppliers.

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Payroll & HR Services

Administering your payroll can be time consuming, diverting energy and resources from the core activities of your business. The task is made all the more difficult by the growing complexity of taxation and employment legislation and the accompanying regime of penalties for non-compliance.

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