Understanding the auto enrolment and workplace benefits landscape
Moore and Smalley's Financial Planning department has been providing independent financial advice to companies, individuals, charities and trusts for 20 years.
We have successfully advised and guided our first clients through the auto enrolment process and currently manage more than 100 pension arrangements on behalf of PLCs, small and medium sized companies, charities and trusts.
Companies are now obliged to automatically enrol 'eligible jobholders' into a qualifying workplace pension scheme.
We understand the concerns and questions that both you and your staff will have. For help on this topic, please click the link here.
The Red Rose Awards is an event where Lancashire business, commerce and industry are celebrated. This event is designed to provide the best possible platforms to promote success, and encourage inter-trading in the county of Lancashire.
Since Lancashire Business View launched the awards in 2011, the event has steadily grown with more than 900 guests attending 2013's ceremony.
The awards is for nominated businesses to show their commerical excellence amongst great food, entertainment and music.
The Moore and Smalley app allows users to calculate personal and corporate tax rates, understand savings available under a number of tax incentives, and work out how much tax is payable on various forms of income and business transactions.
The app, which can be downloaded online and used on smart phones and hand held devices, also details the range of different services provided by the firm, contact details for its various offices, and the firm’s latest news.
The app can be found by searching for ‘Moore and Smalley app’ online and in mobile app stores.
New workplace pension regulations have come into force heralding the most significant changes to the pension sector in many years. Click the button to find out what it means for your business.
Accountancy rising star winner
Congratulations to Judith Dugdale winner of the North West Society of Chartered Accountants award for Accountancy Rising Star.
Judith is a corporate services director who joined Moore and Smalley in the year 2000 as a graduate trainee, qualifying as a chartered accountant in 2003. She is now the youngest director at Moore and Smalley, and has held this position for over three years. She is responsible for a growing portfolio of SME clients based across Lancashire and Cumbria.
Judith is a shining example of a young accountant who demonstrates great ambition for personal development and progression within her career. Read more about Judith.
Moore and Smalley are always looking for the rising stars of the future so if accountancy is a profession that you are considering then joining us could be the springboard you need to a bright future. For more information on the current opportunites available, our graduate recruitment scheme and what it's like working at Moore and Smalley please visit our Careers page.