Category: From the office

  • Taxhelp celebrates 15 years in business

    Taxhelp celebrates 15 years in business

    I launched taxhelp.uk.com back in 2006, to specialise in helping the self-employed. It has now been 15 years since I started the business, and I am pleased to have been able to help hundreds of small business owners – taking away the worry and freeing up their time from trying to deal with their own […]

  • James McBrearty in TAXAdviser magazine

    James McBrearty in TAXAdviser magazine

    As a fellow of my tax association, I was featured in the February 2021 issue of TAXAdviser magazine: The feature discusses my tax career and how the ATT qualification, ATT fellowship and volunteering for the association have all had a positive impact: You can download a copy of the February 2021 issue from: https://www.taxadvisermagazine.com/editions Please […]

  • taxhelp celebrates 14 years in business

    taxhelp celebrates 14 years in business

    I started taxhelp.uk.com back in 2006, specifically to help the self-employed and individuals with their personal tax. Having helped many clients through the last downturn in the economy, from 2008 – 2013, I am sure that their will again be many success stories from small businesses in the coming years. Over my first decade in […]

  • Small Business Saturday & #SmallBiz100 – 2019

    Small Business Saturday & #SmallBiz100 – 2019

    Small Business Saturday will be held on 7th December 2019 in the UK. As part of the build up to the event, Small Business Saturday UK will be highlighting 100 small businesses. The #SmallBiz100 as they are known have, over the last 6 years, received exposure on Social Media as well as invitations to receptions […]

  • James McBrearty invited to 11 Downing Street

    James McBrearty invited to 11 Downing Street

    Yesterday saw me back in Downing Street as a guest of Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for a reception to celebrate small business in the UK: We were also joined by Matt Hancock, who spoke of his support for small business. Matt Hancock has been the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care […]