Accounting Services

Here at Markfield Accountancy, we offer a full range of accounting services to companies and individuals across Leicestershire.

Why Markfield Accountancy?

Being Chartered Accountants, we have extremely high levels of service, which we pride ourselves by. Combined with affordable fees, the question is why not?

Expert Advice

You will get unlimited help and advice from your dedicated accountant and the rest of the team via email, phone or in person

Deadline Reminders

We send automated reminders for all of your return dates to ensure you never miss an important deadline again

Changing Accountant?

We take care of the whole process for you and contact your current accountant for the information we need to register with HMRC

Monthly Payments

Our low monthly payments allow you to spread the cost of your accountancy fees over a whole year

Tax Efficiency

Your dedicated accountant will provide tax efficiency recommendations to ensure you never pay more tax than you need to

Cloud Accounting Software

You’ll receive free access to our cloud accounting, which features bank feeds, receipt uploads, a mobile app and more!

What do you have to loose?

Contact us today to book a free, no obligation meeting and we can provide a health check, showing what is currently good, and where needs improvement, and then let us help improve your business and your profit.

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What you need to know about changes to the furlough scheme for August :

The government will pay 80% of furloughed wages up to a cap of £2,500 for the hours an employee is on furlough and EMPLOYERS will need to pay the total National insurance and pension costs for the employee.
Employees can still be working part time and furlough grant is available for the furloughed hours.

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Job Retention Bonus - More Info

Yesterday the Chancellor announced the introduction of the Job Retention Bonus.

This is a one-off payment of £1,000 to employers that have used the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) for each furloughed employee who remains continuously employed until 31 January 2021. The bonus will provide additional support to retain employees.

To be eligible, employees will need to:
• earn at least £520 per month (above the Lower Earnings Limit) on average for November, December and January
• have been furloughed at any point and legitimately claimed for under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
• have been continuously employed up until at least 31 January 2021.

Employers will be able to claim the bonus from February 2021 once accurate RTI data to 31 January has been received.

More information about this scheme will be available by 31 July and full guidance will be published in the Autumn.
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Summer Economic Update

VAT to be cut from next Wednesday (15 July) from 20% to 5% for businesses in food (restaurants, cafes etc), accommodation (B&B's, holiday parks etc) and attractions (zoo's, cinemas etc)

For the month of August everyone will be given an "eat out to help out" discount voucher. From Monday to Wednesday any participating business be able to give a 50% discount up to max of £10 per person, and reclaim this discount from the government. Businesses can register from next Monday

Kickstart scheme will fund work placements for people aged between 16 and 24. Employers can apply to take part in this scheme which is subsidised for wages and some overheads for 6 months, up to £6500

over the next six months the government will pay employers to create new apprenticeships, with a grant of £2,000 per apprentice hired. There is a new bonus payment of £1,500 for hiring those aged over 25.

Green homes grant - Homeowners and landlords can apply for a grant of two thirds of the cost up to £5k to make homes more energy efficient. For lower income families a grant of up to £10k will be available

The Stamp Duty threshold to be risen from £125,000 to £500,000 temporarily until 31st March next year.
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Furlough Update

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has again confirmed the furlough scheme will end 31 October 2020, with a "flexible and gradual" reduction until this date.

It was also announced that employers bringing back furloughed employees, and continuously employing them through to January 2021, will receive a bonus of £1,000 per employee.

Employees will need to be paid at least the lower earnings limit for national insurance (£520) for each month from November to the end of January

More details to come in the coming weeks

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