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Chancellor talks of small businesses as ‘backbone of British economy’ but delivers little to SMEs, says Salhan Accountants

One of Birmingham’s leading accountancy firms Salhan Accountants has reviewed the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget and say that it offers little to help small businesses. Rising to address Parliament the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, recognised that the Government couldn’t “build an economy fit for the future without supporting its backbone” – the country’s small… Read more…

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Salhan shortlisted for prestigious award for third year running at British Accountancy Awards 2017

Directors and staff at Birmingham-based Salhan Accountants are celebrating having being shortlisted for the Independent Firm of the Year – Wales & Midlands award at the upcoming British Accountancy Awards 2017. The multi award-winning firm, which has offices in Edgbaston, Birmingham, has previously taken home the trophy for Independent Firm of the Year – Midlands… Read more…

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Chancellor sets out ‘brighter future’ but entrepreneurs feel a sting, says Salhan Accountants Limited

There was little that was obviously eye-catching in Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first Budget, but his announcements may have significant implications for the self-employed, entrepreneurs and business owners, according to Birmingham-based Salhan Accountants Limited. Class 4 National Insurance Contributions will rise for the self-employed from nine per cent to 10 per cent from April 2018 and… Read more…