Curo Wins Chamber of Commerce ‘Best Employer’ Award

We’re delighted to have been crowned ‘Best Employer’ at last week’s Chamber of Commerce awards. We had some pretty stiff competition and were over the moon when our name was read out. Accepting the award were partners Anna Madden and Julia Whelan who have worked tirelessly since Curo began to be a place of choice for professionals to work. The … Read More

SMEs to benefit from change in audit exemption limits

It was announced recently by Vince Cable that the number of companies required to have an audit is to fall, following a reduction in the auditing and reporting requirements. Following a lengthy consultation process, more businesses are able to decide if they have a statutory audit. It is expected that more than 100,000 businesses will benefit from these changes through … Read More

Half a million taxpayers set to receive late filing penalties

Are you one of the half a million UK taxpayers who has recently received a penalty letter from HM Revenue & Customs for not yet filing your 2010/11 tax return? Each fine is a minimum of £1,200 comprising £900 maximum daily penalties and a further penalty of £300 or 5% of the tax due (whichever is higher). Anyone who has … Read More

We’re at the Chamber of Commerce Expo on 18 October – Come and see us!

We’ll be taking a stand at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce Expo on Thursday 18 October. Its usually a buzzy event with all types of businesses exhibiting and attending so we’re looking forward to meeting lots of new faces! Look out for Curo Chartered Accountants at the Expo and come over to say ‘Hi’ – we’d love to … Read More

Proposals to cap tax relief – have your say!

As part of the 2012 Budget, the Chancellor announced plans to scrap the current system of uncapped income tax relief. The proposed measures were due to take effect from April 2013 but following lobbying from numerous quarters, a consultation process has now been set up. If you want to give the Chancellor your views and lend your support/opposition to the … Read More