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Home working and claiming the costs

Employees and Directors (as employees) are permitted to claim costs of for working at home from their employer tax free. HMRC’s own manuals instruct their tax officers to accept all reasonable claims for minor use of home. As a rule

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5 big tax changes

1. Making Tax Digital From April 2018 Sole Traders and Partnerships earning £10,000 or more per year will need to make quarterly electronic submissions to HMRC declaring their income and expenditure for that quarter.  The submissions will need to be

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The Autumn statement

Nothing very spectacular here but in fairness there wasn’t very much to give away. Some of the projected future debt figures for the government are eye watering but we shouldn’t forget that we live in a relatively low tax economy

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March budget – how it affects you

The overriding theme in George Osborne’s latest budget was to help the working individual and small business owners in particular. A number of the changes will benefit lower and middle income earners.

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Tax updates – what you need to know

We are committed to bringing you easy to follow and timely updates on tax changes that impact you. We will then look to discuss the implications with our clients impacted by these changes over a coffee in February 2016.

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six signs you need a new accoutnant

Six signs that you need a new accountant

We know it can be difficult to know what to expect from your accountant. It can also be hard to decide when it’s time to move on and find a new one who’ll provide you with a better service.

We thought we’d put together a brief guide to what you should be expecting from your accountant. You could even say our top six signs that you need a new accountant.

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accounting for SMEs

Nine useful things your accountant will do for you

The days of the stereotypical pen-pushing accountant, with leather elbow patches on his tweed jacket, are well and truly over. These days, accountants are essential partners to all successful businesses – from start-up ventures and self-employed contractors, to multi-national corporations.

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Election Slip

What the election results could mean for your business

For the next few weeks, you will find that all politicians – regardless of party – want to be your friend. This isn’t necessarily because you have suddenly become very popular, but because the UK General Election is now tediously close, and polls are currently predicting that every vote will count for an overall election win.

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