Press releases

SMEs are looking to grow - 11 September 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle has welcomed news that growing a business is top of the agenda for 34 per cent of SMEs. That’s according to research from Close Brothers Asset Finance. The quarterly survey of UK SME owners and

Watson Buckle makes wave of promotions - 9 September 2015

Leading Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle has promoted two of its experienced accountants to the position of Business Services Manager. Sandra Robinson and Freda Akram have been promoted to Business Service Managers at Watson Buckle Freda Akram and Sandra Robinson have

Businesses need to prepare for changes to company law - 20 August 2015

Bradford-based accountancy firm Watson Buckle is encouraging business owners to prepare for a change to company legislation that will require them to register individuals with ‘significant control’ over the company. Under proposals, laid down in the Small Business, Enterprise and

Owners of personal service companies could face stricter tax rules - 7 August 2015

Watson Buckle is warning individuals who run a personal service company (PSC) that they could face higher tax bills in the future as HM Revenues & Customs (HMRC) looks to re-evaluate its tax rules. The Bradford-based Chartered Accountancy practice has

Government finds low awareness of Bribery Act - 31 July 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountancy firm Watson Buckle is warning owners of SMEs to take heed of the Bribery Act 2010. The Government recently published a report titled ‘Insight into awareness and impact of the Bribery Act 2010 among small and medium

An end to FRSSE - 20 July 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle has welcomed news that the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has issued a number of changes with the aim of simplifying the reporting of company accounts. FRSSE is no more and according to the FRC, the

The Budget could contain a hidden tax for small businesses, says Watson Buckle - 8 July 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle have said that despite cuts to Corporation Tax smaller firms may find themselves paying out more tax on dividends and in wages. This is the first Conservative Budget since 1996 and despite rumours that the