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  • Sheepish Activities July 2019

    16 June 2019 Tim’s Sheep was also hand sheared, along with Champion.  It takes a long time and the rest of them were pleased when the shearers arrived. The guinea fowl now mostly likely to sit on top of their heat lamp rather than under it. 27 June 2019 Shearing! It went without incident and […]

  • Sheepish Activities June 2019

    I thought we would do something different this month.  I am handing over to Harlowe (aged 10) who has been looking after the orphan lambs with Tieran (our hay supplier) and the rest of their family.  I think you will agree these lambs have well and truly won the lottery and I can’t see them […]

  • eNews June 2019

    Enews – June 2019 In this month’s Enews we report on the latest OTS report on simplification of everyday tax for smaller businesses as well as HMRC tackling dishonest dog breeders. We also update you on the Welsh tax code ‘mix up’ as well as the consultations on various issues including Companies House reforms, Private […]

  • Sheepish Activities May 2019

    18 April The orphans are doing well and today went to Tieran’s farm to be raised. Tieran is our hay supplier and from the photos it looks like the lambs will be spoiled. We are lambing about 6 ewes a day. The ewes are brought into the barn in the evening in case any lamb […]

  • eNews May 2019

    Enews – May 2019 In this month’s Enews we report on the latest guidance for employers, revised VAT fuel scale charges and the consultation to extend IR35.  We also update you on the latest springtime tax scam and the government’s commitment to implement a pensions dashboard. With an update on Money Laundering failings, reaction to […]

  • eNews April 2019

    Enews – April 2019 In this month’s Enews we report on tax changes for the new tax year and an update on the Structures and Building Allowance following the Spring Statement. We also consider MTD for VAT which has now come into effect, the delays to the rise in probate fees and the call for […]

  • Sheepish Activities April 2019

    23 March 2019 I had some help today! Nathan narrowly avoided being trampled by 13 hungry sheep. 28 March 120 and Chubby were particularly boisterous today. The guinea fowl were almost squashed in the rush for food. We have to surreptitiously put down the guinea fowl seed or the sheep hoover it up. 120 Chubby […]

  • eNews March 2019

    Enews – March 2019 In this month’s Enews we report on the ongoing Brexit uncertainties and latest HMRC advice. We also consider National Minimum Wage, National Living Wage and pension contribution increases and the latest guidance for employers. With confirmed income tax bands for Scottish taxpayers, year end planning, a landline scam warning and new […]