Rising costs look set to slow, says JW Hinks

JW Hinks has welcomed forecasts which suggest rising costs are set to slow, following today’s Spring Statement. Landscape-changing announcements were not expected from Philip Hammond during the speech after HM Treasury had played down the impact of the first Spring Statement. The department had suggested that there would be little or no tax changes or… Read more…

JW Hinks training pays off as accountants celebrate qualifications

Two accountants at one of Birmingham’s leading Chartered Accountancy firms, JW Hinks LLP, are celebrating after achieving their ICAEW and ACCA qualifications. Beth Davis, an audit and accounts specialist, is now recognised by the ICAEW (the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales), having achieved the ACA qualification. Working in the same department, Mohammad… Read more…

JW Hinks LLP says Chancellor has offered little to SMEs in Autumn Budget, despite calling them the “backbone” of the economy

While measures around the UK’s high-tech economy and a dramatic cut to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for first-time buyers dominated Philip Hammond’s Budget, leading Birmingham-based accountancy firm, JW Hinks LLP, has criticised the lack of support for SMEs. Although the Chancellor shunned calls to cut the VAT threshold, choosing instead to keep it at… Read more…