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What happens if I get an HMRC enquiry?

What happens if I get an HMRC enquiry?

Unexpected contact from HMRC generally doesn’t bring good news, and if you’re being informed that your business is going to have a Tax Compliance Check, …

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Accounting for eCommerce: 5 Top Tips for Things You Actually Need to Be Doing

Whether you’re running your own small business through a 3rd party platform (such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy, etc), or have your own website with payment …

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Tax Tip: Should You Be VAT Registered?

Did you know that you don’t have to meet the VAT Threshold (£85,000 per annum) to register? You can choose to register for VAT even …

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Tax Tip: Is Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) Right For You?

Working out your accounting calendar takes a bit of doing, especially if you’re looking to make the most of reliefs, benefits, and allowable expenses. The …

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Tax Tip: Consistent Tax Codes

Trying to work out your tax bill can be frustrating, especially if you’ve got income coming in from a lot of different sources – and …

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Pension Contribution Is Tax Efficient For Both Employee And Employer

Pension contribution to approved pension funds on behalf of employees and directors continue to be a tax-free benefit provided the annual input limit is not …

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Tax Free Childcare Account Subsidises Summer Camp Costs

If you have children under 12 who attend a nursery, after school club, playscheme, childminder or you are considering sending them to a summer camp …

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VAT Made Easy: Filling in Your Return and Making Payments on Time

Businesses who earn more than £85,000 per annum have to be VAT (Value Added Tax) registered. When you register for VAT, whether you’ve reached the …

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Tax Tip: Setting up as a Sole Trader

Setting up as a Sole Trader in the UK means informing the tax office, registering for Self-Assessment, and getting your accounts in order in readiness …

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What are the Benefits of Hiring an Accountant for Your Small Business?

Whether you’re just starting out as a self-employed sole trader, run a small venture that employs others, or have been active for awhile but are …

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Explaining Tax Forms: P11D – What it Is and Why You Need to Keep it Safe

Whether you’re employed, self-employed, or an employee yourself – dealing with the tax office (HMRC) can leave you swimming in paperwork and holding on to …

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Understanding Self Employment – Landlords: What Can You Legally Claim for?

Owning property has always been seen as a good investment. For 34% of landlords in the UK, 2022 is looking to be a year for …

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