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South Coast Business Awards 2018

“Judges were very impressed by your entry and I am delighted to inform you that you have been shortlisted in the following category: Hampshire Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award.” We are over the moon to have been shortlisted for Hampshire Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. We look forward

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Business News Excellence Awards

Update (23rd Feb): WE WON! ‘Start up Business of the Year – 2018′ J Williams & Co have been shortlisted for the business news excellence awards start-up business of the year. The News’ Business Excellence Awards provides a platform to recognise reward and celebrate all the successful businesses and professional individuals we have in our area.

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Contractor Travel & Subsistence Claims – The Rules!

Contractor Travel & Subsistence claims – the rules! Are you a 1 man band contracting through your own limited company? I’m sure you’ve been wondering what you can claim in relation to travel & Subsistence expenses. Well here is a summary of what you can claim. This blog will help you to understand the rules

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Annual Returns? Not any longer!

Annual returns no longer exist. You are now required to submit a Confirmation Statement. How is a Confirmation Statement different to an Annual Return? The Confirmation Statement exists for the same reason as an Annual Return; for your company’s inclusion on the Public Register. The main difference: no longer are you required to give your

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CITB Levy and Returns: who needs to be registered and why?

The simple answer to this can be found in these two questions: Are you in the construction industry? Do you have employees and/or subcontractors? If the answer to both of these is yes, then you are required by law to be registered with CITB, completing the annual return, and usually paying the annual levy. Registered

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