Press releases

Self-assessment ‘worst offenders’ reminded to get returns in on time - 20 January 2015

With only a week left until the deadline for self-assessment tax returns Bradford-based accountants Watson Buckle are reminding people to get their documents filed on time. It comes after new data released by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) revealed that

Solicitors to be targeted by HMRC - 17 December 2014

Bradford-based accountants Watson Buckle is warning solicitors that they have become the latest group of professionals to be targeted by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). As the tax authority seeks to crack down on non-payment, it is increasingly looking at more

HMRC cuts its advisory fuel rate - 9 December 2014

Bradford – based accountants Watson Buckle wants to remind businesses that advisory fuel rates for company cars have changed. Each quarter H M Revenue & Customs (HMRC) posts a list of advisory fuel rates (AFR) on its website, basing its

Warning to keep HMRC guidance copy as defence - 3 December 2014

Bradford – based chartered accountants Watson Buckle are warning anyone relying on HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) guidance published online to keep printouts or screengrabs to protect them in case they are subject to an investigation. The warning has been

Yorkshire accountants up for top tax award - 26 November 2014

Yorkshire chartered accountants Watson Buckle are celebrating after being short-listed as finalists for the Taxation Awards 2014. The Bradford-based firm have made the final of the Single Office Tax Practice category. The tax award recognises innovation and best practice in

Small employers warned on RTI penalties - 20 November 2014

Bradford – based chartered accountants Watson Buckle are warning small employers they could face penalties if they fail to submit payroll details under the new Real Time Information (RTI) system. Under RTI, employers must report the amount of money paid

Bradford accountants helping kids stay safe - 5 November 2014

Bradford-based chartered accountants Watson Buckle are helping local children stay safe by sponsoring safety packs distributed to Cottingley Village Primary School. The safety packs are part of an initiative by Kidsafe, an organisation which is committed to making children aware