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Wylie & Bisset urges SMEs to plan for the worst and hope for the best

With many SMEs confronting an imminent cash flow crisis, caught between the covid related slowdown, longer dated trading terms and the culmination of the furlough scheme, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset are advising SMEs to plan for the worst and hope for the best. That’s because many operators have accrued significant debts over the last…

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CHARITY TRUSTEE WEBINAR

POST PANDEMIC, WHAT’S REALLY CHANGED FOR CHARITIES? Wylie & Bisset, Tilney, Smith & Williamson and Brodies are delighted to be combining to explore the implications for our respective charity clients, and to discuss what has really changed. As we begin to move on from recent events, how can the sector recover, build back better and…

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Wylie & Bisset expects HMRC’s enforcement of Loan Charge legislation to be prioritised as its staff return to pre-Covid roles

Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset believes HMRC’s interest in enforcement of the Loan Charge legislation will again be given priority when HMRC staff are fully returned to pre-Covid roles. Catherine McManus, Tax Partner at Wylie & Bisset, hopes that HMRC will work with taxpayers to come to fair, workable resolutions to open cases and unpaid…

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Wylie & Bisset urges licensees to do cashflow forecasts before furlough ends

With Covid cases in Scotland having roughly doubled every week since restrictions eased, and with the culmination of the furlough scheme imminent, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset are advising hospitality sector operators to do cashflow forecasts as a matter of urgency. That’s because many operators have accrued significant debts over the last 18 months as…

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Wylie & Bisset advises construction SMEs to combat rising prices and skill shortages with collaboration, diversification, innovation and incentivisation

Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset is advising SMEs working in the construction sector confronting material price rises and skills shortages to consider collaboration, diversification, innovation and incentivisation strategies to help them recover from the pandemic. A recent Federation of Master Builders survey highlighted that a crisis in the availability of building materials and a resurgent…

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Wylie & Bisset partners welcome staff back to the office

The partners at Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset are celebrating the return of staff members old and new to the office to start new hybrid working practices in a safe air-purified environment. Donald McKinnon, managing partner, said: “The last year has seen us all working remotely, learning new technology to work effectively. But while we’ve…

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