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How to reduce what you owe the taxman. Nobody wants the taxman to take more than his fair share, and planning your finances early on can ensure you adopt the most tax-efficient strategy for the months and years ahead. Effective tax planning will help protect your wealth and any assets, ready to pass on when… Continue reading Tax planning for 2018/19 – the facts
What’s new for 2018/19? Despite year-on-year tax rises, company cars remain a popular benefit. While the tax cost of expensive high-emission cars can be eye-watering, by choosing carefully it’s possible to enjoy the convenience that comes with a company car for a relatively low tax cost. So, as the new tax year gathers steam, what’s… Continue reading The company car benefit – or not?
Difficulty accessing funding is causing around one in four small and medium-sized firms to miss out on business opportunities, research shows. A survey by Aldermore of 1,004 senior decision-makers in SMEs revealed that 23% had missed out on at least one new business opportunity due to lack of funding in the past 12 months. The… Continue reading Funding and cashflow – we can help
A number of selected small businesses have begun submitting tax returns under HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) pilot scheme. The Revenue asked for businesses to step forward and trial the digital process from April 2018. HMRC is monitoring the progress of businesses and sole traders, who have been submitting tax returns to help shape the… Continue reading Making Tax Digital – are you ready?
Almost half of small and medium-sized businesses have struggled with late payments in the last year, according to research by the Institute of Directors (IoD). Of the 787 business leaders surveyed, 48% have faced issues with late payments since April 2017. Almost a third (31%) said this was the result of an “excessively bureaucratic payments… Continue reading Late payments and differing processes
Startups and the smallest businesses are having to absorb higher pension costs as the new tax year gets under way. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) warned that the doubling of minimum employer contributions into workplace pensions from 6 April 2018 will “hit the very smallest firms and startups the hardest”.