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Eleven Reasons to Celebrate

Published on 7 April 2017, by in Uncategorized.

1st April marked the eleventh birthday for Cardens Accountants in Hove. When the accountancy practice was formed by Barry Carden, he started with under 10 employees and eleven years later, the business has a team of over 50. With their financial year just ended, the practice has seen another year of significant growth. Barry Carden

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CARDENS GAMBLE ON THE OLD CASINO IS PAYING OFF

On Thursday 24th November, Cardens accountants in Hove will be celebrating the 2nd anniversary of moving into their offices at the Old Casino, Fourth Avenue Hove. The grade 2 listed offices are above the Hove Club in Fourth Avenue and were previously occupied by Grosvenor Casinos, hence the office name The Old Casino. Partner Keith

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One Year Anniversary!

Published on 24 November 2015, by in Blog, News, Uncategorized.

Cardens Accountants – A year in the Old Casino, Hove   November 24th 2015 is a special day for us here at Cardens Accountants, as we will be celebrating having worked in our new offices at the ‘Old Casino’ for exactly a year.  The Old Casino itself is a very grand building with an impressive

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#GrowLikeApple

Published on 2 October 2015, by in Blog, Uncategorized.

                                    The Brighton Chamber summit  http://brightonsummit.com/ is on Friday 16th October and this year is focusing on growth and growing your business. Did you know however that Friday 16th October is also Steve Jobs day – a celebration of the

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Top Ten Tips for Starting Out

Published on 10 September 2015, by in Blog, Uncategorized.

We all know that striking out on your own is a very big step – not to mention a scary one!  So, we have compiled a list of our Top Ten Tips for those starting out.   Every step counts! 1)    Plan Ahead: It is important to know what bills you have to pay and

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Welcome to the new Cardens!

Published on 7 August 2015, by in Blog, Events, News, Uncategorized.

We are proud to announce that Cardens Accountants have moved offices from 73 Church Road to the far larger rooms of the Old Casino, 28 Fourth Avenue. After six months of hard work we have transformed this previously unloved building into our grand new home.  (You can see photos of the renovation progress here >> http://www.cardensaccountants.com/cardens-move-to-the-old-casino/

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Cardens A-Z Guide of Business Expenses You Can Claim: E is for…

Published on 13 September 2013, by in Blog, News, Uncategorized.

ELECTRICITY If you work from home and are the only one  who works for your company or you are registered as self-employed, you can claim back a percentage of your household electricity costs. This amount will be based on how much you use your home for business and how much for non-business. However, if you

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Cardens A-Z Guide of Business Expenses You Can Claim: D is for…

Published on 12 September 2013, by in Blog, News, Uncategorized.

DOGS Some dogs (and other animals) are classed as “Working animals”, for example farm working dogs, gamekeepers’ spaniels, police dogs, or army bomb disposal dogs. If you own a working animal of any kind, the animal must be used primarily or exclusively for working purposes, such as drafting, herding, or guarding. These working animals are

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Cardens A-Z Guide of Business Expenses You Can Claim: B is for…

Published on 10 September 2013, by in Blog, News, Uncategorized.

BANK INTEREST & OVERDRAFT CHARGES Business accounts If your company has a business bank account in its own name, it can claim tax relief on the interest payments and charges. Personal accounts Interest and charges on a personal bank account or credit card are not allowable for tax and shouldn’t be included in the company’s

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