Hazel Smith
Accounting Services Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6278
e: hazelsmith@unw.co.uk
Ian Coulthard
VAT Senior Manager

t: +44 (0)191 243 6017
e: iancoulthard@unw.co.uk
MEET THE TEAM

Business Start-Ups

UNW, by amassing the expertise of teams across all our departments, is well positioned to provide a tailored, organised and in-depth service to business start-ups.

The accounting services team will be on hand to provide advice regarding accounting software and appropriate trading vehicles, and all the help you need with the initial set-up. Our partners and staff have the knowledge to provide first-rate expertise on the availability of grants, specific tax advice and the rules of VAT and PAYE. Through our unique strategic talent team, we have also supported start-up business by sourcing non-exec appointments to their boardroom.

Our support has enabled many businesses to reach their maximum potential, collaborating and providing input at every step of the way as they have grown to become large successful entities.

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LATEST NEWS

Responsibilities of a Charity During a General Election

As the general election in December approaches, the Charity Commission has recently published guidance for charities. This has been issued

Extended eligibility for VAT grouping from 1 November 2019

The previously announced proposals to extend the eligibility to join a VAT group to non-corporate entities will come into effect

UNW brings together ambitious retailers at Who Can Fix My Car

UNW’s Corporate Finance team and Who Can Fix My Car, a leading website that connects drivers with car repair services local to them, recently hosted a round-table lunch in Newcastle upon Tyne. The forum was held to explore how data can be used more effectively to increase sales and efficiency by encouraging attendees to share ideas. It also allowed them to investigate ways in which they could collaborate with one another in the future.

UNW Charity Group Bulletin October 2019

In this edition, we are focusing on looking forwards – firstly with a reminder on the responsibilities of a charity