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Sole Trader

April 2018: Sole Trader Changes

Tax rates and allowances are constantly evolving year on year, with 2018/19 being no different.  April 2018 will see an increase in many tax rates and allowances that you as a sole trader should be aware of. 

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April 2018: Limited Company Changes

Tax rates and allowances are constantly evolving year on year, with 2018/19 being no different. April 2018 will see an increase in many tax rates and allowances that you as a limited company owner should be aware of.

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Budget 2016 : Future Changes For Small Businesses

Chancellor George Osborne took to Parliament again on 16th March to present his most recent budget.  He reinforced the changes that are coming into effect from April this year, and also went on to outline the changes planned for the future.

Small Business Tax Changes April 2016

6 Tax Changes To Be Aware Of In April 2016

In July 2015 Chancellor George Osborne took to Parliament to present his Summer Budget.  During his speech he announced a number of changes that are due to affect small businesses all over the UK from April 2016.  As April draws nearer we felt it only right to remind you of the changes to come so…

Innovative-Business

Is Your Business Innovative?

As employees we are all used to going to job interviews and being asked the same old questions… why do you want to work here?… what can you bring to the role?  When you make the decision to become self employed and start up by yourself those interview days are well and truly behind you……

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New Dividend Tax: The Reality for your pocket

The new tax year is right around the corner, and with each new tax year comes new tax rules and thresholds.  The most publicised of the changes happening in the 2016/17 tax year is the change in the tax treatment of dividends.  This article will outline exactly what this change will mean to the money…

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Self Assessment Deadline Looming

January is a pretty predictable month. Each year you expect the gyms to be full, restaurants and pubs to be empty, and last but not least, that HMRC will put on a big advertising campaign to let us all know that the self assessment deadline is looming… this year is no different! It is pretty…

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2016: The Year of Success

The difference between the businesses that just run to survive, and those that grow and thrive, is planning.  You want your business to be a success in 2016?  Then make a plan and stick to it!  Focus is the key to success and we hope to help you unlock yours with our 4 point plan.

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The Tax Free Guide to Christmas Gifts

Gift giving is a well known and valued Christmas tradition.  It is generally accepted that you give gifts to those you hold dear in order to show your gratitude and appreciation for their support throughout the year.  As business owners it is important to make both your staff and your loyal customers feel valued and…

How to Enjoy a Tax Free Christmas Party

As an employer, Christmas is the perfect opportunity to show your employees some appreciation for the hard work they’ve put in throughout the year.  Christmas party season is in full swing, and you may be looking to host a company party of your own.  What if we told you that you could do that tax…