Author Archives: Murray Taylor

WARNING – HMRC SCAM

Recently a client of ours  had been phoned by someone claiming to be HMRC, telling them they had a notice to pay outstanding tax and asked for bank details. This caller was said to be very convincing but luckily our client knew their tax was currently up to date...

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Help for Heroes Fundraising Update

  As part of our fundraising for our chosen charity of the year – Help for Heroes Official, members of Murray Taylor decided to take part in a couple of physical challenges to raise money! In the above video you can watch their journey from start to finish as they took...

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Mearns FM

Have a listen to Director, Steve Taylor and his grandson Vinnie talking about their love of Black Sabbath with Alex Russon on Mearns FM on Sunday night. Click here for the full interview – http://usave.it/t/s4T9e9qx       

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Help for Heroes

Murray Taylor is delighted to confirm that we have chosen Help for Heroes as our charity of the year for 2019. Help for Heroes supports British Armed Forces’ service personnel and veterans who were injured or became ill during service, or due to their service, and their loved ones....

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Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity

As you will have been aware, over the past year we at Murray Taylor have been raising money for the great cause that is Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. We have organised a couple of events, the first was the climb of the Scottish Munro Schiehallion of which there is...

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Murray Taylor Sponsor Local Walking Football Team.

This week MT  Director Steve Taylor visited the Montrose Women’s Walking Football team to present them with their new sponsored strip. Walking Football is one of the fastest growing sports across the UK. This group, run by local charity Links Park Community Trust, are the first all-female walking football...

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Who would be a Contractor?

Over the years many workers, especially in the oil and I.T. industries, could be forgiven for feeling “not wanted”. Many large organisations or “end users” did not want these workers to be employed by them and in turn creating Employees rights , such as pension, sickness and holiday entitlement....

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VAT Registration Threshold.

The VAT registration threshold is not increasing this year, and has been frozen until April 2020 at £85,000. Take for example a B&B with turnover of £83,000.  They normally increase their rates by 3% each year to coincide with expected increases in expenses.  If they do this, this would...

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Murray Taylor and St Margaret’s Primary School.

Murray Taylor have been involved with Number Partners for a number of years now.   Members of staff from Murray Taylor attend St Margaret’s Primary School, in Montrose on a fortnightly basis.  The main focus is on making maths, and numbers in general, fun and exciting for the kids. ...

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Update from the Farming Team.

Fiona and I recently attended a Rural Finance and Law update at The Forfar Mart, following an invitation from Thorntons Solicitors. One area of particular interest covered during the evening was the importance of health and safety procedures in an agricultural environment, both with a view to preventing accidents...

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