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Former Tonbridge Grammar School and University of Bristol student Steph Bryant is the latest trainee recruited by Tunbridge Wells accountancy...
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Stephanie Parker has rejoined Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys to take up the post of private client director. Highly qualified as a...
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The Budget included some interesting funding commitments for the technology. In summary, the Chancellor’s spending promises included:£270m for...
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The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) is conducting a simplification review into the VAT system. They are interested in hearing from businesses,...
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As part of long-term support for West Kent Young Enterprise, Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys helped judge Monday’s (January 30) public speaking...
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The Pickering Cancer Drop-In Centre will be the 2017 charity of the year at accountancy practice Creaseys, following voting by its 70-strong team. ...
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We're delighted to be continuing our support of the Kent Excellence in Business Awards, after renewing our sponsorship of the 2017 'Entrepreneur of...
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Seeing the Big Picture  Our Clients Thank you to all the clients and contacts that we have worked with and alongside this year. Many of these...
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Continuing a long-established policy of promoting from within, Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys has upgraded client managers Matthew...
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Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells, Kent’s largest accountancy practice operating from a single location, has welcomed the latest guidance on standards...
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Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys has appointed five new trainees to work in each of five departments. Edward Saunders has joined the...
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Creaseys has completed gathering in the charity contributions it received in connection with last Saturday’s (September 10) Dragon Boat Festival at...
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Two taxation specialists at accountants Creaseys have set out guidelines for businesses and individuals planning to sell land.  This is in the wake...
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Elizabeth Robertson and Simon Linley have written an informative article giving some practical hints and tips for advisers who are involved in tax...
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We are proud and delighted to announce that we are the Kent accountancy partner of Family Business Place, a vibrant, lively organisation dedicated...
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Terry Shephard has been appointed a tax director in the corporate & business division at Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys.   The...
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Once again we were thrilled to sponsor the Entrepreneur of the Year category in the Kent Excellence in Business Awards.  This is always an inspiring...
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At Creaseys, we hold many events each year in order to support our Charity of the Year; this year our chosen charity is 3H Fund, which was founded 40...
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Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells has been chosen as the UK’s best single office tax practice for 2016, announced at the taxation industry’s sixteenth...
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Managing Directors from across Kent and into Essex met at a forum hosted by Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys on May 10th to discuss the...
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Simon Tadman, one of our cross-border tax specialists, has written an excellent article published in the 5th May 2016 edition of Taxation Magazine,...
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Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells has continued to expand its corporate & business division with the recruitment of Maria Gammon as a client manager....
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George Pavlou, author of ‘Merger Mayhem’, a humorous novel set in a world of major financial services deals, was guest presenter at a forum for local...
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Accountancy practice Creaseys has promoted two of its team members, Lizzie Parker and Mike Foreman, to client manager and assistant client manager...
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Accountancy practice Creaseys has chosen 3H Fund, organisers of holidays for the disabled and respite for carers, as its charity of the year. ...
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Two of the partners at accountants Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells have been named in a new list of the UK’s top advisers to wealthy individuals,...
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2015 has been an exciting year of growth within the firm. We were again listed as a top 100 accountancy firm.This year we have worked hard to deepen...
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Our Private Client and Corporate & Business tax teams watched with anticipation the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement yesterday lunchtime.  However,...
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Creaseys has promoted three of its team to client managers.  Former trainee Russell Smith, aged 26, together with Barry Espley, 31, and Chris Wilson...
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Smaller companies previously thought to have been excluded from the UK’s new, mandatory standard for preparing accounts, known as FRS 102, could be...
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We are delighted to announce that our partner firm, Cooper Parry Wealth has been awarded Accredited Financial Planning Firm of the Year 2015 at the...
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Rated as one of the world’s most iconic facilities of its kind, Penshurst Off Road Cycling (PORC) has been sold, with Tunbridge Wells accountants and...
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Creaseys has appointed Alison Kemp to the newly-created post of business development director. Alison will work with the partners and other directors...
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Accountancy firm Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells has entered into a joint venture with Midlands practice Cooper Parry Wealth, with immediate effect. ...
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Accountancy practice Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells has appointed Tom Kirkham as a client manager in its Corporate & Business division. Tom,...
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Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells is in the top 100 UK accountancy practices for 2015 in an annual fees income survey carried out by ‘Accountancy Age’...
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Once again we were thrilled to sponsor the Entrepreneur of the Year category in the Kent Excellence in Business Awards.  This is always an inspiring...
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A budget with a sting in its tail! Some shock news in today’s Budget in a number of areas... read beyond... and more detail on the reforms...
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A rounders tournament organised by accountants Creaseys has raised around £2,000 for family care and support charity ellenor. To find out more about...
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Emma Roberts, chief executive of Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys has made a presentation to Stephen Rogers of Swanstaff Recruitment,...
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Four members of the Creaseys team attended the 2015 PrimeGlobal UK & Ireland Conference in Guernsey on June 26 and 27.  With the theme ‘Shaping...
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Simon Linley has joined us as head of our private client practice on June 8.  He has come from the London office of Kreston Reeves, where he held a...
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There are tax credit schemes for companies of all sizes involved in research and development, but small and medium-sized enterprises may be less...
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Tunbridge Wells practice Creaseys hosted PrimeGlobal’s annual meeting of its UK and Ireland accounting and audit technical committee today (May 12...
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A production team representing the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) visited Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells yesterday, January 28.  They were...
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Australian John Creasey, great grandson of the founder of Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys, visited their offices in Mount Ephraim yesterday (...
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Sarah Westrope, who joined Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys straight from college 10 years ago, has been promoted to client manager. Pembury-born...
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Regular visitors to our website might have read my recent blog looking back on a pivotal twelve months for our firm in 2014… ...and although I’m not...
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Kent man Tony Grubb has been appointed private client director at Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys. Tony, 46, was born in Sevenoaks and now lives...
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Leading accountants from around Britain and Ireland assembled at Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells today (March 12). They were here for the quarterly...
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West Kent Chamber of Commerce has written to Creaseys with thanks for being invited to take part in the international trade seminar hosted at the...
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Dean Yorath, who joined Tunbridge Wells accountancy practice Creaseys as a trainee straight from full-time education, has been appointed an associate...
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Small and medium sized businesses do not need to rely on High Street banks for finance, as there are many options available, often more flexible and...
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The team at Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys has voted for chYps as the main charity to support in 2015.  Westerham-based chYps is Kent’s longest...
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Partner James Pearce explains why company directors need to be thinking now about the changes to UK accounting standards under FRS 102 The most...
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2014 saw a lot of changes within the firm, and was the year that the changing face of Creaseys really became clear to the outside world. Hopefully it...
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Friday (December 12) was Christmas jumper day at Tunbridge Wells accountants Creaseys, in aid of its charity of the year, Nourish Community Foodbank...
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Nick Green, Tunbridge Wells branch manager at Handelsbanken, has alerted local businesses to what he described as the current "potential good value"...
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The 2014 Autumn Statement has created new VAT considerations: Click here to read about the Direct Recovery of Debts (DRD) Scheme Click here to read...
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Rob Knight of Maidstone-based Ecoegg, recently named entrepreneur of the year in the Kent Excellence in Business Awards, was guest speaker at the...
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From 1 January 2015, supplies of electronically supplied services, telecommunications and broadcasting made by EU suppliers to private individuals...
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Brief Media Note: Creaseys has agreed to support the West Kent Young Enterprise charity for a further year. The accountancy practice will continue to...
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Elizabeth Robertson, corporate tax partner at accountants Creaseys in Tunbridge Wells, told ‘Kent Business’ that there is increasing interest in...
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Changes to European Union VAT rules from next January could lead to price increases and some suppliers will have to multi-register for VAT or use a...
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After three decades developing my own businesses, the opportunity to join Creaseys as part of a team, is an exciting prospect. I believe we're the...
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We are really pleased to be involved with the Kent Excellence in Business Awards this year and have recently attended the launch event at Kent County...
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One of our key clients, Map Environmental, has been involved with a project with David Cameron regarding a £14bn trade deal with China to back a...
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On Monday 17 June, Ben Spring, Mike Foreman and Russell Smith attended the South East regional final of the Young Enterprise Company of the Year 2014...
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Members of LLPs have been considered as self-employed since LLPs were created in 2000.  However, from 2014/15 members who are in receipt of salaries...
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Since September 2013, We have been delighted to be involved in the Young Enterprise (YE) scheme working with seven schools from the West Kent area....
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Employment Allowance: up to £2,000 off your Class 1 NICs From 6 April 2014 qualifying employers will be able to reduce their class 1 National...
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Elizabeth Robertson have recently been published in Taxation. Click here to read the full article.
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There seems to be good news in today’s Budget for many and we have outlined the main changes below. However we await more fine print when the Finance...
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We have been in our current premises for nearly a century and they have served us well. A few years ago we decided that to deliver the sort of...
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  "They bring the hospice to our home". Ellenor is a charity funded by the generosity of the local community, offering the best care and support to...
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We're proud to announce our sponsorship of the 'Entrepreneur of the year' category in the 2014 Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEIBA)....
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Business Property Relief (BPR) dates from 1976 and confers generous exemptions from IHT.  The policy objective is presumably to facilitate families...
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Whither Business Premises A key factor will be whether to hold this valuable asset inside the (potentially risky) trading partnership or limited...
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We are very proud that leading tax publishers, Lexis Nexis, have adjudged Creaseys as being the Best Single Office Tax Practice in the UK at a recent...
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We are now in the new Statutory Residence test era, greater certainty in many areas but confusion still in others...
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The UK gives a number of exemptions for business and agricultural property from Inheritance Tax (“IHT”) but the conditions are tightly drawn and...
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Extensive press comment over the last few years has highlighted the tax privileges given to non-doms but there perhaps remains an air of mystique and...
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At Creaseys, we are focussed on delivering excellent client service and adding value to our clients and as part our commitment to continually improve...