This year our Christmas used stamp appeal is in support of the great work done by Weldmar Hospice.
Scott Vevers have been collecting used stamps for charity since 2015, and we always get an amazing response to our appeals and we hope that this year will be no different.
Weldmar provide end of life care for people […]
We’re a pretty cute bunch here at Scott Vevers, even if we do say so ourselves and as usual we will be sporting our Pudsey ears to celebrate Children In Need on the 16th November
In 2017 fundraisers collected £60.7 million for the charity, a staggering amount. There are numerous projects in and around Dorset […]
Halloween can be traced back as far as the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts were a farming and agricultural people who lived by the seasons, and Samhain marked the end of summer and the time for harvest before the onset of winter.
The festival marks the boundary between the world of the living […]
We don’t want to panic you but did you realise that there are only 108 days to the January 31st deadline to submit your tax return?
OK so it’s not just around the corner but how many times have you said “this year is going really fast” so far in 2018? It feels like we […]
According to HM Revenue and Customs over 3 million people have boosted their finances by claiming Marriage Allowance, with an estimated 1 million people still eligible for the tax break which is worth up to £238 per year.
Applying for the allowance is quick and easy. The new online form takes approximately 10 minutes to […]
The sunny days of summer seem like a long time ago now, but the memory of our fun on Wrong Trousers Day in June still keeps us warm!
What a sunny day it was. Didn’t the bunting look pretty. What amazing trousers we wore. What a fabulous opportunity for friends, family, colleagues, acquaintances, and let’s […]
Enid Blyton first visited Purbeck in the 1940’s and fell in love with the area.
She and her family spent a great deal of time in Dorset and many of our iconic locations feature in her tales.
Born in 1897, she wrote some 762 stories before her death in 1968. And although some of the characters […]
Are you responsible for running a registered charity? Do you know which tax exemptions you may be eligible for or what taxes you are not immune from?
Organisations must meet specific criteria to be defined as a charity for tax purposes. They must be established for charitable purposes only, be registered with the relevant regulatory […]
Hard working farmers are subject to a variety of tax requirements, and there are a number of agriculture and farming tax schemes in place to assist them.
Agricultural Property Relief (APR) for inheritance tax, Farmers Averaging Relief for income tax, agricultural flat rate VAT schemes and a range of VAT rates on goods and services […]