Events & Insights

Latest News

Wylie & Bisset says cash is king for SMEs tackling scarcity of supply, inflationary pressures and staff shortages

Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset has stressed that cash is king for SMEs tackling scarcity of supply, inflationary pressures and staff shortages this winter. Labour shortages and price rises continue to threaten economic recovery, according to data compiled by SCDI, with a surge in vacancies in Scotland exerting upward pressure on wages and inflation forecast…

Read More
Latest News

Wylie & Bisset highlights government intention to streamline tax return reporting for self-employed to fiscal year basis buried in Budget detail

Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset has drawn attention to the government’s intention to streamline tax return reporting for the self-employed to a fiscal year basis that was buried away in the tax impact notes behind Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s headline Budget measures of last week. While the Budget speech itself was relatively quiet on taxation measures,…

Read More
Latest News

Wylie & Bisset appoints first Business Development Director

Wylie & Bisset, the leading Glasgow-based chartered accountants, has appointed Scott Grant, a seasoned head of sales with demonstrable success driving profitable growth in highly competitive markets, as its first ever Business Development Director. Experienced at developing new customer networks and maintaining strong relationships with strategic accounts, Mr Grant has experience of leading management teams…

Read More
Latest News

Wylie & Bisset appoints partner to burgeoning Business Advisory department

Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset has appointed Mark Mulholland as a partner to its burgeoning Business Advisory department. Formerly a partner at Alexander Sloan, Mr Mulholland is a trusted business adviser with over 30 years’ experience who specialises in working with commercial organisations, in particular the farming sector. An independent examiner for a number of…

Read More
Latest News

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…

Read More