Blog & Insights

Changes to Child Benefit for High-income earners

Posted by Cutter & Co, on April 17, 2024.

From April 6th, taxpayers with eligible children earning less than £80,000 per annum will keep more of their Child Benefit payments. With the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) threshold adjusted from £50,000 to £60,000 and the cap increased from £60,000 to £80,000, the government expects that half a million families will now be better […]

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Enhancing the Workspace: Our Bromsgrove Office Refurbishment Continues

Posted by Cutter & Co, on March 1, 2024.

The refurbishment work at our Bromsgrove office is well underway. Since our last update, significant strides have been made in transforming the space into a modern, open-style working space. In our latest visit to the site, Director Dave Hazlehurst witnessed the remarkable progress first-hand. With fixtures dismantled, internal walls stripped bare, and the beginnings of […]

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Enhancing the Workspace: Our Bromsgrove Office Refurbishment Journey

Posted by Cutter & Co, on December 5, 2023.

Since completing the strategic merger with Bromsgrove-based accountants Martin G. Clark & Co., our vision has always been to bring the new Cutter & Co Bromsgrove office in line with our Halesowen office’s modern and open style. We’re thrilled to announce that the refurbishment of the Bromsgrove office officially started in early November 2023. Work […]

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Top Ten HMRC Excuses & Expense Claims

Posted by Cutter & Co, on February 23, 2023.

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Each year, HMRC receives extremely imaginative excuses and expense claims as to why people have not paid their tax return for the year. They have recently put together an article of the top 10 reasons they have received over the past decade from customers who missed the deadline. In no particular order (but with our […]

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Warning – Scam HMRC Letter

Posted by Cutter & Co, on July 15, 2022.

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We have recently become aware of a scam HMRC letter – whereby scammers are sending letters to employers stating they have not received payment for amounts owed. The letter looks extremely genuine, however the PAYE reference is fake. Upon investigation, the amounts requested were not due, and the bank details provided are not HMRC. If […]

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