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Win £100 voucher to spend at IW Adventure Activities

30-Aug-2017

Win £100 voucher to spend at IW Adventure Activities


The fun needn’t stop just because summer is almost over.  We are giving away a voucher for £100 to one lucky winner to spend at IW Adventure Activities. This can be spent on paddle boarding or kayaking, coasteering or climbing, archery or axe throwing, zorbing or bushcraft. ...

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New Team Members

14-Aug-2017

New Team Members


We are delighted to welcome two new members of staff, Tom Peters and Billy Heard. Tom, comes to us with a good degree in Finance and Accountancy from Winchester University. He will be taking a year to build up a firm base of practical experience before taking up training with the ICAEW. Billy, ar...

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Darren and Corrine achieve their MAAT

15-Jun-2017

Darren and Corrine achieve their MAAT


Congratulations to Darren and Corrine on achieving membership of the Association of Accounting Technicians just months after completion of their final exams. Both are valued members of the Bright Brown team and well placed to pass on the knowledge they have gained to our up and coming AAT trainee...

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Avoid £1000 Late Filing Penalties

26-Apr-2017

Avoid £1000 Late Filing Penalties


If you have not yet submitted your tax return for 2015/16 , now is the time to do it. In addition to the well publicised £100 late filing penalty there is an additional penalty of £10 a day if your return has not been filed before the end of April, and this extra £10 a day conti...

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Christmas Break

23-Dec-2016

Christmas Break


The Bright Brown offices will be closed from 5 pm on the 23rd December until 8.45 am on 3rd January 2017.  If you need to get in touch urgently du...

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Making Tax Digital

08-Jun-2016

Making Tax Digital


We have all heard about the death of the Tax Return and the future requirement for business owners to submit accounting figures to HM Revenue & Customs on a quarterly basis. It will become a necessity for the majority of businesses to report this electronically...

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