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Enid Blyton’s Dorset Adventures

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 […]

By |August 28th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Charities Tax Exemptions

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 […]

By |August 9th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Agriculture and Farming tax schemes

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 […]

By |July 24th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Making Tax Digital – Xero

Making Tax Digital is part of the government’s plans to help individuals and businesses keep on top of their taxation affairs and means the end of the need for annual tax returns.

Although businesses will not be mandated to use the system until April 2019, and only then to meet their VAT obligations at first, […]

By |July 16th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Don’t Miss The Tax Credit Renewal Date – 31st July 2018

If you are claiming Tax Credit you should have already been sent a renewal pack.

If your renewal pack has a red line across the first page and the message “reply now”, you must ensure you renew by the 31st July and let HMRC know about any changes in your personal circumstances.  for information about how […]

By |July 10th, 2018|News|0 Comments

On-line payments – the more secure way to pay HMRC

You’ve written the cheque, licked the envelope, deposited it in the post box, it’s out of your hands now. Ever find yourself thinking “what if it doesn’t arrive in time?” or “what if it gets lost in the post?”.

Earlier this year managers at Scott Vevers dealt with numerous calls from anxious clients about missing […]

Wrong Trousers Day and the Gromit Unleashed Sculpture Trail

Thank you to everyone who supported us on Friday 29th June for our Wrong Trousers Day, we raised a spectacular £230.

With the school holidays looming on the horizon we thought you might also like to know about the Gromit Unleashed 2 trail which will be taking place in Bristol from the 2nd July to […]

WOW (Wonderfully Outrageous Wear) for Wrong Trousers Day 2018!

The sun is shining and the bunting is fluttering in a gentle breeze here in Bridport, a perfect setting for this year’s Wrong Trousers Day!

And we, at Scott Vevers, look splendid, even if we do say so ourselves! Our collection pot has already topped £100 and the day is still young.

Best trouser leg forward […]

By |June 29th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Wrong Trousers Day Friday 29th June 2018

Wonderfully whacky, sensationally silly and fabulously funny, it’s Wrong Trousers time again!

On Friday, 29th June, Scott Vevers are once again supporting Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal Wrong Trousers Day to raise funds for Bristol Children’s Hospital.

The folk at the Grand Appeal have always appreciated our enthusiasm.  In 2017 we were asked to appear on the promotional […]

By |June 18th, 2018|News|0 Comments

Trading Income Allowance

Have you heard about the Trading Income Allowance?

Since 6 April 2017, receipts from self-employment and miscellaneous income of up to £1,000 are exempt from tax and don’t need to be reported on a tax return.

HMRC have introduced 2 new annual tax allowances for individuals of £1,000 each, one for trading and one for […]

By |June 18th, 2018|News|0 Comments