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Cash Accounting for Landlords

28th June 2019 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Limited Companies, News, Personal Tax, Tax Advice
Tagged in: self-employed, Tax,
Cash Accounting for Landlords

Landlords – remember to prepare your accounts on the cash accounting basis. Unless you have specifically opted out of cash accounting (which you need to do each year on your tax return), remember that the cash basis now applies automatically
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Class 2 National Insurance for the Self Employed 2019

10th October 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Personal Tax
Class 2 National Insurance for the Self Employed 2019

The government has decided not to proceed with plans to abolish Class 2 National Insurance Contributions from April 2019. Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) are currently paid at a rate of £2.95 per week by self-employed individuals with profits of £6,205
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Government announces that Class 2 NIC will not be abolished

14th September 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Client News, Personal Tax
Government announces that Class 2 NIC will not be abolished

The government has announced that Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NIC) will not be abolished in the current parliament. It had been due to be abolished in April 2019. Class 2 NIC is payable on self-employed profits, currently at the
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Thinking of going self-employed

25th August 2016 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Contractors, News
Tagged in: IR35, self-employed,

If you’re thinking of going self-employed, as a team of contractor accountants based in Stockport, we know that becoming a contractor can offer people a wide range of benefits such as higher pay, greater flexibility and more job satisfaction. However,
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New rules hit contractors in the public sector

27th May 2016 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Contractors, News
Tagged in: HMRC, self-employed,

From April 2017,  new rules hit contractors in the public sector because those working through their own company will no longer be responsible for deciding whether the intermediaries legislation applies regarding paying the relevant tax and NIC. According to IN Accountancy, a
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