Would it make you feel great knowing that your accountant is actively striving to miminise their impact on the environment and by choosing to partner with them would help the planet just a tiny bit more by a tree being planted?Continue reading
As a local training firm in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, we have a passion for inspiring and empowering young people to live their dreams. As part of our CSR strategy, we have developed our EEP, Education Partnership Programme and for many years have worked in partnership with Herts Regional College, taking on apprentices from local schools.Continue reading
HIRE AN APPRENTICE AND RECEIVE UP TO £4,000
Any employer hiring new apprentices from 1st April 2021 will be eligible for extended cash bonuses of up to £4,000. Until 30 September 2021, grants of £3,000 per new hire, regardless of the apprentice’s age, will be distributed from the Treasury. This is on top of the £1,000 payment provided for new apprentices aged 16 to 18 and those under 25 with an Education, Health and Care Plan, meaning that some employers could receive £4,000 in total.Continue reading
Networking events help local businesses make connections. If you want to achieve business growth, then networking amongst local business people will be a valuable contribution to your success.
At HB Accountants we organise and host networking events, as well as attending local groups. Are looking forward to getting back to face to face networking? We certainly are… our popular Networking Lunch, which we run to enable local business women to meet and do business, will be back soon. We are proud to assist Love Hoddesdon BID with their monthly Networking Breakfast too (again soon to start up post lockdown). We are also proud to organise a dedicated networking session for young professionals called SNAP Networking.Continue reading
As we celebrate our 100th birthday this year, we thought it would be fun to look back at the history of HB Accountants. Here’s Chapter 1 – our birth!
Our founders… welcome to the original Team HB, Mr Hardcastle and Mr Burton. Beevor de Vic Hardcastle, a first world war hero who was wounded in Arras, France in 1918, and Frederick William Burton, who served in the short-lived Accountancy Corps – first met as clerks. They decided to establish B de V Hardcastle Burton Co in New Bond Street, London on 5th February, 1921 but it didn’t take long for them to move to Coventry House, also in the City, and for Beevor to set up a satellite office in Northwood, near to his home.Continue reading
The Prime Minister has announced the Government’s roadmap to reopening the economy entitled Covid-19 Response – Spring 2021. A copy of the full guidance is here
It introduced a 4 stage plan for reopening the economy starting on Monday 8th March with the reopening of schools and colleges. Then subsequent stages will follow at 5 week intervals provided the following four conditions are met at each stage before proceeding to the next one:Continue reading
Did you know that a fully monitored CCTV camera system was recently installed in our wonderful Hoddesdon town centre? A joint project from the team behind the Hoddesdon BID Board Love Hoddesdon and Broxbourne Council now sees a total of 12 cameras covering most of the town centre area, which are monitored on a 24/7 basis, 365 days per year.Continue reading
Gov.UK have confirmed a fourth SEISS grant, which will run from February 2021 to April 2021, will be available for self-employed workers. Unfortunately, the Government is yet to provide further details about who can claim and how much help you can get under the fourth grant.Continue reading