Press releases

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 – 

The latest Budget recognises the importance of Britain’s self-employed workforce - 19 March 2015

Bradford-based accountants Watson Buckle Limited have welcomed proposals in this year’s Budget that support Britain’s self-employed workers. This Budget was George Osborne’s last chance to woo the British public ahead of this year’s general election and despite a promise of

The TTIP of the iceberg - 26 February 2015

The future of the UK’s SMEs could be threatened if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is introduced. That’s the warning from Christopher Padgett, Director at Bradford-based accountancy firm Watson Buckle, who goes on to argue that TTIP will

Did you forget to file your tax return on time? Be prepared says Watson Buckle - 10 February 2015

Bradford–based accountants Watson Buckle are warning people who filed their tax returns late to be prepared for fines and to deal with them quickly before they become a bigger issue. The latest figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) showed

Check your tax codes for HMRC errors - 4 February 2015

Bradford-based accountancy firm Watson Buckle is warning that up to three million people that have more than one source of income potentially face backdated tax bills of £2,000 per year because of errors made by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Look out for unofficial HMRC emails - 29 January 2015

Bradford-based accountants Watson Buckle is warning people to be aware of fraudulent emails and imitation HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) websites as the 31 January deadline for self-assessment tax returns looms. The number of so-called ‘phishing’ emails – correspondence designed