Business Woman of the Year Runner Up

We are immensely proud of Belinda for picking up a runner-up prize in the Angels Bring Business Business Woman of the Year Award category. She is our inspiration and despite how far she has already come we know she will soar higher and higher because her drive is just limitless. As a team we would like to say once again how deserving she is of this acknowledgement and have very proud we are to work by her side day in day out. ABC has a hell of a leader at its helm! Congratulations boss. http://www.angelsbringbusiness.com/night-to-remember/
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Career Opportunities

We have two fantastic opportunities for anyone interested in joining the ABC team due to our continued expansion. We are looking for an accountancy junior who must be willing to undertake an AAT apprenticeship later in the year and a qualified/part qualified AAT accountant with practice experience. Academic achievements are obviously important but the right attitude, personality and ethos are what we are really looking for to build our already exceptional team. We will be holding trial days during February and will require submission of CV’s ASAP. This is an opportunity not to be missed! Email CV to belinda@abc-accounting-services.co.uk
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We are back!

It is January – the most important month of the year for accountants and in many ways for business owners too! By the 31st January 2015 you will need to have submitted your self-assessment tax return and paid any tax and National Insurance due. Who needs to send a tax return? Anyone who is a self-employed sole trader, a partner in a business partnership, a company director (unless it is a non-profit organisation that does not pay benefits like travel expenses or a company car). So get your books in and make this as easy as possible for us because
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Fuel looks set to fall to £1 per litre and Tesco’s gloom continues

The price of a litre of petrol is set to drop to almost £1 in the coming months if oil prices remain low. Finally, there is some movement in the right direction. Kevin Daly, senior economist at Goldman Sachs, estimates that the price of a litre of unleaded petrol could fall to £1.05 over the next few months. The current UK average is £1.20 per litre. As a famous supermarket often tells us ‘every little helps’ – they could do with listening to their own advice in that regard of late. Tesco warns again about lower than expected profit margins.
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