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Protect Yourself Against Fraud

In today’s digital age, fraudsters continue to evolve, using increasingly sophisticated methods to deceive individuals and businesses alike. One of the most common tactics is imitating trusted government authorities such as HMRC and Companies House. These fraudsters aim to persuade unsuspecting victims to make spurious payments or divulge sensitive information. At Bush & Co Accountants, we want to help you stay vigilant and protect yourself from these scams.

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Abolition of Furnished Holiday Lets

One of the stand out policies announced in the chancellor’s recent budget, particularly given our geographical location and the size of our tourism industry, was the abolition of the preferential tax treatment of Furnished Holiday Lets (FHLs).

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Celebrating Women in Finance: Empowering Voices in Accountancy at Bush & Co and Astria Payroll

The financial sector doesn’t always stand out as a beacon of progress and empowerment for women worldwide. Within this landscape, Bush & Co and it’s sister company, Astria Payroll, proudly exemplify a female-dominated organisation, drawing admiration from clients and peers alike. To shed light on the experiences and perspectives of women in finance, we spoke with some of the remarkable women driving the success of Bush & Co and Astria Payroll.

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Changes in Taxation for Supplementary Income

For individuals engaged in additional income streams alongside their regular employment or those participating in sales through popular resale platforms such as eBay, Vinted, or Etsy, recent modifications in tax reporting, often referred to as the ‘Side Hustle Tax,’ have garnered attention.

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