We are thrilled to announce that Jeffreys Henry have once again WON one of the most hotly contested trophies in the accountancy profession: Specialist Team of the Year 2021. The awards, hosted by Accounting Excellence, are regarded as the industry’s most prestigious accolade with a panel of senior industry figures taking part in a multi-stage process to find the most innovative and best-performing practices.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, delivered the 2021 Budget on 3 March 2021. Our specialist Personal and Corporate Tax Teams have summarised the key announcements below, with a full report to be published on Thursday 4th March 2021.
London-based accountancy firm Jeffreys Henry has attracted significant growth investment from Tenzing, an award-winning private equity fund. Jeffreys Henry is Tenzing’s first investment in regulated professional services, and the 2nd investment in their flagship £400m Fund II.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, delivered the Mini-Budget on 4th July 2020 in a response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Our specialist Personal and Corporate Tax Teams have summarised the key announcements below.
The first in a series of quick-fire client interviews held during lockdown, we speak to Chris Miller, founder of White Rabbit Fund, backer of restaurant brands such as Kricket, Kym’s, Lina Stores and Island Poke, and a star of BBC’s Million Pound Menu. Chris discusses how they have been affected by Covid-19, how operators should plan ahead and shares his advice to other restaurateurs.
Following the recent developments surrounding COVID 19, our top priority remains the health and well-being of our colleagues, whilst ensuring that we are available to continue to deliver a high quality service to all our clients. We have long been a supporter of agile working and have invested heavily in secure, cloud based technology. As a result, we do not expect day-to-day business to be impacted, but have implemented a range of measures to ensure an uninterrupted service