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Subsistence Allowance – How to reduce that Mound of Receipts!

5th December 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Personal Tax, Small Business Advice, Sole Traders, Tax Advice
Subsistence Allowance – How to reduce that Mound of Receipts!

Are you fed up with dealing with multiple expenses and all those itty bitty receipts for meal deals, coffees and fast food? What you can or can’t claim differs dependent on the legal entity under which you trade, and sole
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What expenses can you claim at Christmas?

3rd December 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Small Business Advice, Sole Traders, Tax Advice
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What expenses can you claim at Christmas?

What expenses can I claim through my limited company is one of those questions we are asked throughout the year. And as Christmas approaches it’s definitely the right time to remind you that you need to remember that all work
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NHS England Confirms Emergency Action on Pension Tax

28th November 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Client News, Medical and healthcare, Pensions and Payroll, Tax Advice
Tagged in: NHS, Pensions, Tax,
NHS England Confirms Emergency Action on Pension Tax

NHS England has confirmed it will take urgent action on to ensure NHS workers who exceed their annual allowance during this financial year will be able to take on additional work without being left out of pocket. Last week, it
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Guidance For Employers

19th November 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, News, Pensions and Payroll, Small Business Advice, Tax Advice
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Guidance For Employers

HMRC has published the October 2019 issue of the Employer Bulletin which contains guidance on a number of issues relevant for employers. Topics in this edition include: Changes for UK employers sending workers to the EU, the EEA or Switzerland
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Christa Ackroyd Loses IR35 Appeal

7th November 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Contractors, News, Personal Tax, Tax Advice
Tagged in: HMRC, IR35, taxation rules,
Christa Ackroyd Loses IR35 Appeal

Former BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost her appeal against a ruling that she was an employee, not a freelance contractor, when she worked for the BBC via a personal service company.


Annual Investment Allowance – why you need to plan ahead

5th November 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Small Business Advice, Tax Advice
Tagged in: Business advice, Tax,
Annual Investment Allowance – why you need to plan ahead

Annual Investment Allowance – what is it and why does it matter? The Annual Investment Allowance (AIA)  is a 100 per cent upfront allowance that applies to qualifying expenditure up to the specified annual limit. The AIA is available for
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Tax Planning – What you should do if you run a profitable business, and when…

4th November 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Small Business Advice, Sole Traders, Tax Advice
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Tax Planning – What you should do if you run a profitable business, and when…

If you are running your own business holding a pre-year-end tax planning meeting with your tax advisors should be high onyour to do list. Here’s why…


VAT Domestic Reverse Charge For Building And Construction Services Delayed

24th October 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Client News, Construction Industry, Limited Companies, News, Small Business Advice, Tax Advice
Tagged in: CIS, supplier, VAT,
VAT Domestic Reverse Charge For Building And Construction Services Delayed

HMRC has announced a one-year delay to the introduction of the VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services. The reverse charge represents part of a government clamp-down on VAT fraud. According to the government, large amounts of VAT
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Money Laundering Non-Compliance

21st October 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, News
Money Laundering Non-Compliance

HMRC has published details of businesses that have failed to comply with the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017. HMRC is also advising that the published person may have changed their behaviour
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What is Profit and how do I calculate it??

18th October 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Personal Tax
Tagged in: Tax, Turnover,
What is Profit and how do I calculate it??

What exactly is profit and why does it matter? Or what’s the difference between net and gross profit and all the other related terms we hear? If this is a question you’ve ever asked or been asked, then hopefully the
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What is Turnover in relation to UK businesses?

15th October 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, Small Business Advice
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What is Turnover in relation to UK businesses?

What is Turnover? Turnover is a great indicator of business or sales performance, in fact it’s probably the most simple business metric there is. Turnover is not, however, an indicator of the health of your business though – read on
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‘Major Gaps’ In No-Deal Brexit Guidance

11th October 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Client News, Limited Companies, News, Small Business Advice
Tagged in: Brexit, Government, UK,
‘Major Gaps’ In No-Deal Brexit Guidance

According to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) there are ‘major gaps’ in the government’s no-deal Brexit guidance for UK businesses. The BCC carried out a review of official government no-deal Brexit guidance for businesses, and found that 31 of
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