Press releases

Watson Buckle congratulate client on 120 years of business - 15 May 2015

We would like to congratulate our clients John Binns & Son for reaching their 120th anniversary this year. Founded in Keighley in 1895, John Binns & Son originally specialised in the supply of springs to the region’s booming textile industry,

Is your SME ready for FRS102? - 6 May 2015

Bradford-based accountancy firm Watson Buckle is reminding small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that a new accounting standard could affect their financial affairs. Susan Sedgwick, Managing Director at Watson Buckle, said: “The proposed changes of the new UK GAAP [Generally accepted

Is your self-assessment tax return still outstanding? - 21 April 2015

Watson Buckle is reminding people that if they still haven’t submitted their self-assessment tax returns, additional fines will soon be charged. From 1 May, people that have yet to send HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) their returns will incur a

People need to be aware of changes to tax-efficient schemes - 1 April 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle are reminding individuals that a number of tax-efficient investment schemes will be changing. The reminder comes after the Chancellor, George Osborne, announced a number of changes to venture capital trusts (VCT) and enterprise investment schemes

Merger strengthens operations for Watson Buckle - 31 March 2015

Bradford-based Chartered Accountants Watson Buckle have completed a merger with local accountancy practice Paul T Spivey CA Limited, in a move which will improve services for clients of both firms. As they share a very similar approach to the way

Watson Buckle say goodbye to long-serving staff member - 31 March 2015

Directors at leading Bradford-based chartered accountants Watson Buckle have bid a heartfelt goodbye to Colin Walmsley – one of the firm’s longest serving members of staff. Watson Buckle’s directors raise a glass to Colin Walmsley who is retiring from the

Howzat for an Olympic sized donation! - 24 March 2015

Young cricketers are being given the chance to hone their skills thanks to a donation from Bradford-based chartered accountants Watson Buckle. Thornton Cricket Club (CC) are jumping for joy having received a £500 grant through the Watson Buckle Foundation –