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15th July 2019
Newsletter December 2018

To December's Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of our clients […]

15th July 2019
Newsletter January 2019

To January's Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of our clients […]

15th July 2019
Newsletter May 2019

To May's Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of our clients […]

3rd July 2019
Newsletter July 2019

Welcome To July's Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of our […]

2nd July 2019
New Vat Rules For Construction Industry Clients

The way VAT is charged on construction services will change on the 1st October 2019 as HMRC will introduce the Domestic Recharge System as part of a new anti-fraud measure in the construction labour supply sector. The new rules however will not apply if your customer is the end user or the work is outside […]

24th June 2019
Company Car Or Car Allowance?

Ultimately, it’s a question of finance. Weighing up the benefits, if you’re financially able to insure, service and maintain a car an allowance is a good way to go. This way you would just claim back business mileage from your company but it does mean that you will need to keep up to date travel […]

14th June 2019
Would I be better off operating a VAT flat rate scheme?

If your VAT registered it may well suit your business to be on a Flat Rate Scheme. It may save you money although it’s not designed with this in mind. This tends to depend on what sector you are in, and how much VAT you pay out on your costs, it does however make calculating […]

7th June 2019
What is Capital Gains Tax?

Capital Gains Tax is a tax on the profit when you sell (or dispose of) an asset which has increased in value, the most common of these obviously being property or land. Please note that its only the gain that you pay tax on, not the amount you have received for the sale. You only […]

3rd June 2019
Newsletter June 2019

Welcome...To June's Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of our clients […]

30th May 2019
Should I Pay Myself Salary or Dividends?

A director is an employee and therefore entitled to a salary, a shareholder is an investor and therefore entitled to a dividend. Within a substantial amount of limited companies (SME’s) the director often holds shares so is entitled to withdraw both forms of personal income. Dividends are paid from company profits after corporation tax and […]

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