Wylie & Bisset

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Wylie & Bisset has advised company directors who are struggling to meet Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) repayments, to speak to an accountant to assess the viability of their business going forward and explore their options to avoid the risk of prosecution. In April 2020, at the outset of the pan

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Two new directors have been appointed at Wylie & Bisset. The promotions see insolvency and business recovery team associate director Paul McDougall, with almost 16 years’ service, become a director, and senior internal audit manager Stephen Pringle, with 11.5 years’ service with the

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With Scottish Engineering’s latest survey revealing that rising prices and skills shortages are causing concern among engineering companies, requiring them to consider innovation, product leadership and efficiency drives, Wylie & Bisset, accountants and business advisors, is advising engin

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The Scottish government contract managed by the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) has just been announced and awarded to two Scottish businesses, Dunedin Advisory Ltd and Wylie & Bisset. In the case of Wylie & Bisset, the contract has been awarded for an unprecedented fourth time in succession.

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Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has welcomed the record share of female-founded start-ups in Scotland last year and advises them to keep their costs to a minimum and source the best professional advice available to enhance their growth prospects. Research for the Rose Review on Female Entrep

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Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has promoted Claire Dalrymple from director of corporate services to associate partner. This latest promotion follows less than a year after Ms Dalrymple’s promotion from senior audit manager to director of corporate services following her Audit Qualifi

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Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has welcomed Crown Estate Scotland’s launch of a capital investment fund and advised SMEs to diversify and innovate their way to prosperity. Launched to help promote the sustainable development of Scotland’s natural resources, the £3m Innovat

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With the Finance Bill 2021/22 receiving Royal Assent last month, it is all systems go for Basis Period Reform for unincorporated trading businesses from tax year 2024/25. Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is stressing the importance in planning for this and, more importantly, the impact of th

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Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has partnered with pharmacist-led training provider Pharmacy in Practice to provide a range of support services to Scottish pharmacy owners, pharmacists, and their teams. The partnership agreement will see the accountancy firm work alongside the training provi

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With more than two million people having missed the normal self-assessment tax return deadline, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has stressed the importance of urgent tax return filing and good record-keeping going forward as tax filing accounts is set to become more burdensome in forthcomin

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