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Cycle to work

26 October, 2020

Cycling to work is being encouraged more than ever, as not only is it better for the environment but it is an alternative to public transport. But what if you don’t have a bike or your bike is past it and you can’t afford a new one? The Cycle ...

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Annual investment allowance

26 October, 2020

During a period of temporary AIA increase, it is more important than ever to time any capital expenditure in your business right. Capital allowances can be claimed on certain items that you buy to keep for use within your business. Depending on t...

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Topic: Charities

Susan Day Residential Home

Growing numbers of not-for-profit organisations are coming to our specialist Charities and Not for Profit team for advice and support on a huge range of issues. One of these is Susan Day Residential Home in North Devon, our client for more than two decades.

Susan Day Residential Home was founded in

1947

Thomas Westcott has worked with the charity for more than

20 years

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Corporate finance promotion for chartered accountant Cate

21 October, 2020

(Image taken before social-distancing measures) Congratulations to Cate Davey on being promoted to the position of Corporate Finance Executive. Based in Exeter, Cate joined the firm as a new graduate in 2017 and recently qualified as a chartered acc...

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Thomas Westcott ranked as one of UK’s top accountancy firms

19 October, 2020

We are delighted to have been named as one of the UK’s top accountancy firms. In the prestigious Accountancy Age Top 50+50 Firms 2020, Thomas Westcott is ranked 49th out of the leading 100 accountancy practices.

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Medical insurance - going privately

16 October, 2020

Being forced to take time away from running your business, other than for a holiday, can be stressful, especially when the absence relates to dealing with an illness, needing surgery or recovering from a serious accident.

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