Monthly Archives: October 2011

Schools missing out on generous funding to help with strategic planning and Academy conversion

The trend for secondary schools to convert to academy status is gaining pace and spreading to all parts of the country. What's more, different models of schools are being developed with the creation of free schools and now studio schools. More and more primary...

Mitchell Charlesworth Warns of Incorrect Employer Annual Return fines

Mitchell Charlesworth is warning small firms to be wary of a slew of inaccurate fines being issued in the last month by HM Revenue & Customs for late submissions of end-of year tax returns. ...

MC Employers' Guide: Directors' and Officers' Liability Insurance

In this MC Employers' Guide, Richard Gorst, Director of Mitchell Charlesworth Insurance Solutions looks in depth at Directors' and Officers' Liability Insurance; why you need...

HMRC Given More Power to Target Potential PAYE Absconders

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have been given stronger powers such that, from 6th April 2012, they can ask employers to pay a security deposit where there is a risk that they won't pay over their PAYE or Class 1 National Insurance Contributions (NICs). HMRC can already ask for a...

Important Law Update: The Legal Services Act 2007 - 6th October 2011

The Legal Services Act 2007 - A Quick Summary On Thursday 6th October 2011, the Legal Services Act 2007 finally came into force. This Act will have a significant impact on legal firms' business activities. Below you can find a brief summar...

Supporting Our Community: Mossley Juniors Count on Mitchell Charlesworth Again

Mitchell Charlesworth are proud to be sponsoring Mossley Junior Football Club for the fifth season running. We have been t...

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