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Streets Chartered Accountants covers self-employed tax changes, fortitude in family businesses and more in new news roundup

Streets Chartered Accountants covers self-employed tax changes, fortitude in family businesses and more in its latest monthly news roundup.

Webinar: Changes to the way the self-employed and those in business partnerships are taxedHMRC, His Majesty”s Revenue and Customs, has introduced changes to the basis period, the defined timeframe used to calculate the taxable profits for taxing the self-employed and those in business partnerships. The changes relate to this tax year, 2023/24 and beyond. Book Now

Mersea Week celebrations continue into September with the Round Mersea Island Race, sponsored by Streets Whittles​​​​​​​With time and tide waiting for no man, this year’s popular Round Mersea Island Race took place on Saturday 2nd September, the weekend after its usual scheduling at the end of the celebratory Mersea Week. The reason for the WMYC making a change to the usual format is to work with the tides. With High Water at 14.43 and a height of 5.7m, this was one of the highest of the year and perfect conditions for the race round the island covering over 14 nautical miles. Read More

Podcast: How Streets Banking and Finance is supporting SMEs and owner managed businessesIn this episode of The Streets Sessions, Streets talks to their Head of Banking & Finance, Martyn Shakespear, about the work of his team in supporting businesses and gains an overview of the challenges and trends in business finance and funding. Listen Now

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