The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) was launched on Monday 23 March 2020 to support businesses to access bank lending and overdrafts. See our latest guide for a full breakdown of the key features, eligibility criteria and steps on how to…More
Wages cover for businesses hit by virus outlined – read more here Government will pay 80% of wages for employees kept on the payroll but not working, up to £2,500 per month Applications will need to be made to HMRC Any employer…More
The 2019 Farnham office Christmas quiz was again a close fought battle, with only 7 points between the winning and losing team. Massive congratulations to Caitlyn, Jamie S and Katie on their fantastic win!
Today, in support of Save the Children, the Caldwell Penn staff donned their finest Christmas jumpers. The Farnham office even had a quick visit from the youngest member of the Caldwell Penn family for the group photo!
A gutsy and determined bunch from Caldwell Penn will walk together to conquer Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon over the 3rd-4th August on a mission to to complete the UK three peaks in 24 hours. Please join us in raising money for…More
Happy new year to all our readers. The turn of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on what more you can be doing to keep your business’ books and records in order to save valuable time, resources and stay…More
In recent decades, Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems have been taking over human decision making roles in a number of industries, from manufacturing to pharmaceuticals and its impact on the financial sector is now a topical debate gaining traction worldwide. AI has mostly…More
Is your company liable to make Corporation Tax payments by instalment? The normal due date for payment of Corporation Tax is 9 months and 1 day after the end of the chargeable accounting period (CAP). A CAP cannot exceed 12 months so…More
Contrary to popular belief R&D is not just reserved for the likes of Mr Dyson, other ‘Large’ corporations or mad professors in laboratories!! The Government really wants to encourage companies to invest in R&D and so there have been generous additional tax…More