Travlaw BIG Tent Event 2016

The 2016 Travel Industry calendar got off to a great start this year at Kings Place Gallery, Kings Cross, home of the 9th annual Big Tent Event hosted by Travlaw LLP. Individuals from every corner of the industry came together to listen to some of the leading experts in our field. White Hart’s own Chris…

WHA In The News

As leading Travel Industry Accountants, WHA has a lot to say about current and future hot topics that effect businesses within this sector.  WHA’s Chris Photi was quoted twice in this week’s Travel Weekly.  Speaking at the Hill Dickinson Travel Law Seminar, Chris gave his expert opinion on the new Package Travel Directive (PTD) and…

FRS102 – Are you ready?

You may already be aware that UK companies are about to experience fundamental changes to the framework of their financial reporting. UK Generally Accepted Accounting Practice (GAAP) has undergone a significant overhaul and the current Financial Reporting Standard for Smaller Entities (FRSSE) is to be withdrawn. A new standard – FRS102 – will take its…

Travel Breakfast Briefing

On 10th December 2015, renowned law firm within the Travel industry, Fieldfisher, invited WHA’s Chris Photi and Nikki Spoor to present at their Travel Breakfast Briefing.  The purpose of the event was to inform the attendees, all of whom operate within the industry, about the latest issues and topics that will have an effect on…

The British Travel Awards 2015

The WHA team and a number of guests attended this year’s British Travel Awards. The BTAs is an independent organisation which awards the top travel companies who provide the best products and services in the leisure and travel industry throughout the year.  The BTA’s are also the only Travel Industry Award’s that are voted for by…

WHA Autumn Statement – Fact Sheet

Leading up to yesterday’s Autumn Statement, rumours were spreading like wildfire as to what Mr Osborne had planned for taxpayers, employers, entrepreneurs and pensioners.  Would he make huge reforms to the pension structure?  Would the start date for the controversial “Dividend Tax” be brought forward? As it happened, the Chancellor focused more on public spending. …