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How Can You Pay You Tax Bill ?

At the end of the process when the work has been done and hopefully explained to you then you need to think about paying the dreaded tax bill. This part frustrates so many clients because they feel as if accountants

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1.Tax Returns Whilst You Wait

This really is innovative. Guess what ? during that busy period before and after Christmas the tax people want your tax return filing. Its one of the busiest times of the year with parties and family and business workload. So

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Reduce your Tax Burden: Tips Of The Trade

Marriage allowance switch A simple way to reduce the tax liability of one spouse by switching part of the allowance of the other spouse who is earning under £11,000 per annum. There are a few restrictions so talk to us

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What are the UK rates of tax ?

The UK tax system confuses a lot of people but it’s relatively straightforward and the sign of a good accountant is one who can explain it clearly and simply. Let’s start by looking at what is called direct tax. Its

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GDPR (general data protection regulations)

Five area’s of change under the new data protection regulations coming into effect in May 2018 THE ORGANISATION MUST KNOW WHERE DATA IS AND ITS RISKS INTERNAL DATA OFFICER WILL NEED TO BE APPOINTED ANNUAL PERSONAL/SENSITIVE INFORMATION AUDIT NEEDED CONTINUOUS

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What’s changing in the nursery ?

One of the largest expenses for many people employed and self employed is Nursery fees for those little workers and business owners of the future. Change is coming and Beans thought it would make sense to sum up these changes.

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Are you a Limited company working in the public sector?

From 6 April 2017: Workers providing their services via a PSC ( Personal Service Limited Company) to a public sector body may be treated for tax as if they are employees. The rules move the responsibility for deciding whether the off-payroll

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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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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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