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We are a leading independent firm of chartered accountants in Greater Manchester, operating as accountants, specialist tax accountants and strategic business advisors for Manchester based businesses. We have been providing professional accounting and personal tax & corporate tax services to clients for over 70 years. We also offer R&D tax advice. Jack Ross Chartered Accountants recognise the simple fact that numbers make the business world go round. And, as you would expect, our experienced chartered accountants cover every aspect of the numbers game, from accounting support through to succession planning and pension advice. You name it we’ve got it covered.
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As we approach our busy time of year, our staff are all working extra hard. That means it is even harder for us to choose our employee of the month, this November. The staff have been voting and the winner is… Jacob Walters! Jacob received lots of positive feedback in November from his colleagues. Notably,[…]
What is the Teenage Cancer Trust Charity? The Teenage Cancer Trust is a charity which has been set up to support young people who are facing cancer. They provide life changing care and world- class services to help young people so they don’t have to face cancer alone. They have asked people to take part[…]
Many people in business come to us asking for help with tasks that usually result in time slipping through their fingers, because of their often-onerous nature to the layman. If that rings true with you, it might be time to consider offloading some of that work outside of your expertise in order to give yourself[…]
October is here, and it’s time to celebrate the Employee of the month. The whole Jack Ross Team have been working hard this month. However, we always like to highlight the work of an individual who we think deserves a little extra thanks! It was a close one for October’s employee of the month, but[…]
A basis period is the period that HMRC tax your income/profits for. Individuals, trusts, and partnerships with trading income, are subject to the basis period rules. Including other unincorporated entities with trading income which is chargeable to income tax. Often the basis period will be the same as the tax year. However, where the accounting[…]
Sunak continues to bask in the warm glow reserved for generous chancellors following his latest Autumn Budget speech. This is primarily thanks to the cutting of the Universal Credit taper rate by 8%. Furthermore, Sunak boosted struggling businesses with premises by revealing a five-point plan to retain and revamp business rates in England. Consequently, he’s[…]
A chunk of time has passed since the self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) was launched. This happened back in May 2020, following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first taxable grant, worth up to £7,500 in total, was paid out in August 2020. That was followed by a second grant of up to a[…]
September really brought to light some of the fantastic work that the staff at Jack Ross do. Now it’s time to show our appreciation for one outstanding member of the team. This person has worked extra hard throughout September and impressed their colleagues. This month’s winner is – Humairah Perager! Humairah was voted as employee[…]
Have you thought about how your status affects the amount of tax you pay after Brexit? For most UK citizens, the question of what should be included on their tax return is easily answered. This is because they are both UK domiciled and UK tax resident. Anyone domiciled and resident in the UK will need to[…]
National Insurance Contributions (NIC’s) will rise by 1.25% from April 2022 for employed and self-employed workers. As a result, this is intended to help fund health and social care costs. Why are National Insurance Rates increasing? The rates are to be increased in order to help with the impact of the coronavirus on the NHS[…]