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Building towards a Smooth Exit for Owner Managed Businesses

Posted: 10th Jun 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Is your business landscape going to change with a new Government? The General Election may bring yet more uncertainty for business owners, especially those who are considering when to exit their business and the tax implications of that. So with an aging business owner population and younger business owners not wishing to employ staff but… Read more

Business Masterclass – 6 June 2023

Posted: 23rd May 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Key Growth Strategies for 2023 Join Mark Grewer (Hunter Gee Holroyd) and Michelle Mook (Pro-Development) on the 6th June 2023 for our business master class. This workshop will give you the opportunity to consider what you can do to bring out the best in… Read more

What can businesses expect from 2023’s Spring Budget?

Posted: 28th Feb 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

The future policies for the UK economy, which will be announced in the second budget of Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, could be one of the most difficult to predict for a long time. This follows on from an Autumn Statement in November 2022 which came at a time when inflation was increasing quickly and the stock and… Read more

Check your national insurance record before 5 April 2023

Posted: 9th Feb 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Those planning to claim the UK state pension, are urged to check their national insurance (NI) record before 5 April 2023. Currently, voluntary contributions can be made to plug gaps back to April 2006, but this will be curtailed from April. The Tax Faculty has created a checklist of actions. National insurance contributions are typically… Read more

Big ideas to help your business grow – 8 December

Posted: 8th Nov 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

Simple, practical tools and tactics The next event in our ‘Gearing for Growth‘ quarterly breakfast club is being held on the 8th December at Middlethorpe Hall in York. Hosted by our very own Mark Grewer, these seminars are a great opportunity to meet other like-minded entrepreneurs and business owners in Yorkshire.These are interactive and friendly… Read more

Beat the Competition – 7 September

Posted: 10th Aug 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

How to transform yourself and your business The next event in our ‘Gearing for Growth‘ quarterly breakfast club is being held on the 7th September at Middlethorpe Hall in York. Hosted by our very own Mark Grewer, these seminars are a great opportunity to meet other like-minded entrepreneurs and business owners in Yorkshire.These are interactive… Read more

Launching Gearing for Growth

Posted: 20th Apr 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

‘Gearing for Growth’ is now the new ‘Business Builder Forum’ It has been a while since we have all seen each other and so, we are pleased to announce that we are re-launching our breakfast club events quarterly from 25 May as ‘Gearing for Growth’ (GFG’s). Hosted by our very own Mark Grewer, these seminars are… Read more

Spring Statement Summary

Posted: 1st Apr 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Against a backdrop of rising inflation, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first Spring Statement on Wednesday 23 March 2022. In his Spring Statement, the Chancellor announced a cut in fuel duty for petrol and diesel as he sought to ease the impact of rising prices for households and businesses. The Chancellor will lift the starting… Read more

Recovery Loan Scheme

Posted: 31st Mar 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

The Recovery Loan Scheme is running until 30th June 2022. You might be thinking why is this important or could this be relevant to my business? Well, the government continues to support SMEs as they rebuild out of the pandemic. At present, should your business be approved for a Recovery Loan, lenders will not require… Read more

Breaking Point: 1 in 4 UK SMEs expected to struggle to meet payroll by 2022

Posted: 16th Feb 2022 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

UK findings of the ACCA UK and Corporate Finance Network (The CFN) SME Recovery Tracker: Research reveals continued financial pressure on SMEs and a spike in reports of worsening mental health. More than 1 in 4 (26%) of UK SMEs will struggle to meet rising payroll costs in April due to the incoming health and… Read more