Wylie & Bisset



Wylie & Bisset: Eamonn Holmes - a stark reminder to contractors to prepare for IR35 tax legislation change

Reports that Eamonn Holmes could be faced with a £250,000 tax bill after he lost a tax case against HM Revenue & Customs has prompted Wylie & Bisset to issue a reminder to contractors and businesses to prepare for the forthcoming IR35 tax legislation changes aimed at tightening existing rules.

Published 26 February 2020

Wylie & Bisset warns charities against fraud risk

Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has issued a warning to charities about the risk of fraud.

Published 25 February 2020

Wylie & Bisset joins Glasgow City Council's Business Growth Programme

Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has joined Glasgow City Council’s new Business Growth Programme, under which it will provide a range of business structuring and business financial management advice to local SMEs.

Published 18 February 2020

Wylie & Bisset's charities team head Jenny Simpson appointed to new SORP Committee

Jenny Simpson, partner and head of Wylie & Bisset’s charities team, has been re-appointed to the advisory committee that oversees the rules for how charities across the UK and Ireland report on their finances.

Published 13 February 2020

Wylie & Bisset: 'Tame' Scottish budget leaves tax gap untouched

Glasgow-based chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has labelled the Scottish draft budget "tame" after it left the tax gap untouched.

Published 7 February 2020

Wylie & Bisset enhances digital offering with Xero Platinum Partner status

As part of its digital accounting offering, Wylie & Bisset has achieved Xero Platinum Partner status.

Published 29 January 2020

Wiley & Bisset urges contractors and businesses to prepare for forthcoming IR35 tax legislation change

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is advising contractors and businesses to prepare for the forthcoming IR35 tax legislation change which many commentators predict will have a significant impact on how many businesses operate.

Published 25 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset becomes sole Scottish member of the Corporate Finance Network

Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has become the sole Scottish member and the exclusive representative for Glasgow of the Corporate Finance Network nationwide group of specialist corporate finance advisers.

Published 18 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset urges SMEs to review business processes to realise efficiencies from going digital

Ahead of the January 2020 launch by ScotlandIS of a new strategy to turn Scotland into a digital nation, chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset is urging SMEs to review their business processes and procedures to assess opportunities for realising efficiencies from the adoption of digital technologies.

Published 11 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset advises SMEs to apply for Brexit Support Grant

While uncertainty about the exact timing of Brexit looks set to linger on into 2020, chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset is advising Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to prepare for change now by applying for a Brexit Support Grant.

Published 5 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset advises business owners to take account of tax implications of succession

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is advising family business owners that a key element to a successful succession strategy is to take account of the tax implications in doing so.

Published 1 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset: SMEs must boost sustainability ahead of Circular Economy Bill

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is urging small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to consider what practical steps they can take now to make their business practices more environmentally sustainable to give them a competitive advantage ahead of the introduction of the proposed Circular Economy Bill.

Published 23 October 2019

Wylie & Bisset welcomes debt arrangement scheme reforms

Chartered Accountancy firm Wylie & Bisset has welcomed the Debt Arrangement Scheme reforms, which it says will improve accessibility and streamline bureaucracy.

Published 30 September 2019

Wylie & Bisset advises SMEs to review their business strategy and crisis planning

Wylie & Bisset has advised small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who supply to larger businesses to conduct an urgent review of their business strategy and crisis planning in the wake of the collapse of Thomas Cook.

Published 25 September 2019

Work/life balance oversees creation of 'olderpreneurs'

A growing desire for a better work/life balance amongst executives had led to the rise of 'olderpreneurs', according to Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset.

Published 22 August 2019