Entries by Mellor Oxland

Is it Time for an IHT Health Check?

Many of us have been thinking about taking care of our health rather a lot over recent months and now might also be a good time to give your inheritance tax position a “health check” too. You will find some of our top tips in the article below to help you make a start. We […]

Health and Social Care Levy

National insurance contributions and dividend tax rates will increase by 1.25 percentage points across the UK from April 2022, with the projected £12bn annual income to be ringfenced to pay for health and social care. In a move that breaks the Conservative’s manifesto pledge on raising taxes, the Prime Minister has confirmed that rates of […]

Another M70 British Record by David Oxland!

At the BMAF Track and Field Challenge – South on Sunday 1st August, British Masters Hon Treasurer David Oxland took nearly 2 seconds off a long standing M70 1500m British Record crossing the line in 5.10.62. David, a former World Masters M60 record holder at 1500m indoors, has already broken the M70 800m British Record […]

Cally Bamford to Become a Partner at Mellor Oxland LLP

The partners of Mellor Oxland LLP are delighted to announce that Cally Bamford will join them as a partner in September this year. Cally joined Mellor Oxland in August 2020 as senior tax manager, having previously worked at Cooper Parry and prior to that at Grant Thornton. In common with the existing three partners, she […]

David Oxland breaks M70 800m British Record!

David Oxland has just broken the 17 year old M70 800m British Record by a comfortable margin of over one second, bringing the record time down to 2:32.46. He achieved this at Nuneaton in their “Night of 800m PBs” which involved a graded race with young athletes averaging around one fifth of his age! David, […]

Budget Summary March 2021

We are pleased to provide our summary of the Chancellor’s 2021 Budget, which can be viewed by clicking on the image below. With the UK having been adversely affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented the 2021 Budget against a backdrop of ongoing economic hardship. It was therefore perhaps not surprising that the […]