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Increased Tax for Landlords

Increased tax for landlords will start to hit home this year now that, from 6th April 2017 -to April 2020, HMRC are progressively reducing the deduction for finance costs to the point that you will only be able to deduct 20% of the cost from their personal tax liability. Higher and additional rate tax payers[...] Read more »

2017/18 Tax Year: Round up of benefits and changes you need to know about

There are a number of changes to Tax and benefits in the budget this year, here is a round up of the changes and what you need to know. Income Tax The tax-free Personal Allowance, which is the amount you can earn before paying any Income Tax, will rise from £11,000 to £11,500 from April[...] Read more »

Making Tax Digital

As of 2020, every business from sole traders and partnerships to limited companies will report business to HMRC via their compatibility software. The new system is set to be phased in starting with sole traders, who will have to comply from April 2018. The annual tax return will be no more, instead to be replaced[...] Read more »

Lifetime ISAs

From 6 April 2017 Lifetime ISAs are available as an alternative tax-free investment. If you open a Lifetime ISA account between the ages of 18 and 40, any savings you put into it before your 50th birthday will receive an added 25% bonus from the government. You can open a lifetime ISA if you are[...] Read more »

Things to consider when investing in plant or equipment

Business owners may be considering their options for investment in new equipment especially if their trading year end is March, as is often the case. There are a number of considerations: 1. Cash flow, can the business afford the cost or fund loan or other financing arrangements? 2. Will the new equipment make a positive[...] Read more »

The Flat Rate VAT Scheme – Have You Considered This For Your Small Business?

Several VAT schemes are open to business owners depending on their financial profile. The flat rate scheme was created to make VAT accounting simpler for qualifying businesses, by allowing them to pay VAT at a fixed percentage of turnover rather than on a transaction by transaction basis. What is VAT? VAT is a tax paid[...] Read more »

How to make the taxman work in your favour at Christmas

Christmas Parties As an employer, you may feel that the tax system does you few favours. However, all is not lost, as there is still one benefit available to your employees each year – albeit a small one. This is the favourable tax treatment of your annual Christmas do. There is no specific allowance for[...] Read more »

Top Four Tips To Look For In The Perfect Accountant

What makes a good accountant? How do you know what you look out for to make sure you’re hiring the best possible adviser for you and your business? In this article you will be equipped with four top tips of things to look for when hiring your accountant. 1. Listens to your needs An accountant[...] Read more »

Six Ways To Get Invoices Paid Faster Using Xero

No one likes late payments from their customers. Late payments have a negative impact on cash flow. Chasing customers for payment takes up precious time you rarely have. Prevention is better than cure when it comes to getting your invoices paid on time. Here are six tips to getting your invoices paid quickly. 1. Invoice[...] Read more »

Five steps to help you prepare for a Tax Investigation

Tax investigation: These are two words you never want to hear as a business owner. However, it can happen. HMRC now investigates businesses at random as well as for specific reasons. This article highlights what you can do to make sure you are fully prepared. 1) Stay calm Going through the process of a tax[...] Read more »


 

 

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