On the run - Fulham based accountants Warrener Stewart are ready set go for the Fulham 10K

28 January 2015 •

Proving that he is ‘ready to run’ just as much as the new recruits who've recently joined Warrener Stewart, director Nick Morgan puts on his running shoes for the Fulham 10K run. 

Despite the fact the Fulham based Chartered Accountants, Warrener Stewart has seen their busiest January completing tax returns in advance of the deadline on January 31, Nick has found time to lead the training for the next charity run. He is being joined by two of the newest recruits to Warrener Stewart, tax specialist Francis Kershaw and trainee tax technician, Ryan O’Connor.

“Fitting in training around work has been hard,” admitted Nick, “at times it’s been more of a brisk walk in between client meetings, which is about as fast as I run these days anyhow! I've every confidence we’ll be ready for the race on which is on Sunday 8 February.”

The run is the Craven Cottage 10k “Winter Warmer” in aid of Prostate Cancer, organised by the Fulham Football Club Foundation. It starts at Craven Cottage and follows the Thames tow path inland, then over Hammersmith Bridge, down to Putney Bridge and back to Fulham FC. Nick adds, “The course never rises much above sea level, which suits us very nicely!”

How did it get so late so soon - deadline for self assessment tax returns looms

08 January 2015 •

With the self assessment tax filing deadline fast approaching on 31st January, Damian Talbot, head of taxation at Fulham based chartered tax advisors Warrener Stewart, shares some of the more amusing excuses people gave HMRC for not submitting their annual self assessment tax return before the due date.

As Damian points out all of these excuses were unsuccessful and the taxpayers would have incurred late filing penalties – claiming ‘my wife won’t give me my mail’ holds no sway with HMRC! 

With just three weeks to go until the filing deadline enlisting the help of Warrener Stewart to help you with your tax return is quick and easy, simply call 020 7731 6163 and ask for a member of our Tax Team.  In this case ‘better late than never’ can be an expensive option!

 

Two of Warrener Stewart’s directors make a difference to terminally ill children in South London

05 January 2015 •

Weeks of grueling cycling training for Fulham based accountants Nick Morgan and Jon Last of Warrener Stewart has meant that terminally ill children can have respite at one of two hospices run by Shooting Star Chase.

Nick and Jon signed up to raise money for the charity by taking part in the annual Prudential RideLondon Bike race; together they raised £3,500.

“We were really delighted when Nick Morgan and Jon Last chose to support Shooting Star Chase, by joining our team in the 2014 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100,” commented Karen Peffer the Challenge Events Fundraiser for the charity. “They raised a fantastic £3,500.  This money will help us to provide essential care and support to families who have a baby, child or young person with a life-limiting condition.

The families we care for rely upon our support and this can be especially poignant at this time of year.  The money raised by Nick and Jon could cover the costs of two emergency stays at one of our hospices, in Hampton or Guildford.  These visits offer a lifeline to the families, often at a time when they are emotionally and physically exhausted.”

“we were so impressed at their quick response times and ability to resolve even the most complicated financial problem”
Pen Hadow