• Guest blog: The acorn resolutions to make the oak tree

    We’re hoping you have settled into 2019, with a lack of financial hangover. Whilst there is no clinical evidence of the third Monday in January being the saddest day of the year, the culmination of two weeks battering your body in parties, no future parties to look forward to, cold rainy weather and a load

    Tax
    Published 08.01.19
  • Guest blog: 2019 New Year debt resolutions

    2019 New Year debt resolutions. 2018, what a year for finance, and turmoil. I’m happy if I never have to type, or hear the ‘B’ word again, the ‘B’ word that is Brexit. Building financial stability for customers can be made easier when you believe governments have some idea where they are going. But what

    Tax
    Published 02.01.19
  • Less than a year before tax becomes digital

    Cast your minds back to 2015. Hopefully it was a good year for you, with some great memories. For us in the accountancy world, something very significant was announced. Following the budget, the Government decided to lay out it’s vision for a ‘really simple’, ‘easy to use’ transformed digital tax system – Making Tax Digital

    Making Tax Digital
    Published 20.06.18
  • Making Airbnb less taxing

    Everyone loves Airbnb. It’s a wonderful way of seeing the world on a budget and the South West of England is no exception to that. The brand will undoubtedly be big business as we approach this summer season in this part of the world. The sudden growth of Airbnb has taken the world by storm

    Tax
    Published 31.05.18
  • Deadlines, deadlines, deadlines…

    Employee benefits? Submitted your P11Ds? All forms have to be submitted to HMRC by the 6th July 2014. Avoid penalties by making sure you get these in on time. Any outstanding Class 1 NICs & PAYE for the 2013/2014 tax year need to be received by HMRC Accounts Office by the 19th July for postal

    Tax
    Published 02.07.15
  • New Childcare Scheme from Autumn 2015

    A new childcare scheme is planned on being introduced next year to support working families with their childcare costs. For childcare costs of up to £6,000 per year per child, support of 20% will be available worth up to £1,200. From the first year of operation, all children under 5 will be eligible and the

    Services
    Published 02.07.15
  • April 2014 will see £2,000 employment allowance for National Insurance

    The Government will introduce an allowance of £2,000 per year for all businesses and charities to be offset against their employer Class 1 secondary NICs liability from April 2014. The allowance will be claimed as part of the normal payroll process through Real Time Information (RTI). Speak to us to see if your business is

    Services
    Published 02.07.15