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Welcome to the Family

Here at Accounting Connections we regularly refer to our clients as our family, and this because we care about each and every one of them like their business is our business. We go that extra mile to make sure our clients are happy and that their tax plan suits their holistic needs. Our client’s appreciate this approach so much that they regularly refer our services to other business owners, friends and family alike. As a result of these continuing referrals I have found myself in a multitude of new client meetings over the past two weeks, and that is therefore the theme of today’s post.

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Taking on HMRC for our clients

Life in the Accounting Connections office has been highly charged over the past fortnight resulting from a number of ongoing battles with HMRC in favour of our client’s needs.

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2023 Corporation Tax Changes

The biggest change to affect the UK corporation tax system has come into force from 1 April 2023. Do you know how the changes will affect you and your business? Have you made appropriate plans to mitigate the potential losses? Here I will explain how corporation tax works, and what you can do to mitigate your losses under the new regime.

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Online Sales and Digital Content Creation

In January 2023 HMRC launched a one-to-many (OTM) letter campaign aimed at people who earn money from online marketplace sales, and people who earn money from content creation on digital platforms, in an attempt to help these people understand and meet their tax paying obligations under the UK tax system. Here we explain the approach being used by HMRC, and what to do if you either earn money from one of these sources, or if you receive a letter.


Learning, learning and more learning

The theme of the past fortnight has definitely been learning. Not just for us, but for our clients too. I have been busy attending CPD courses whilst Victoria and Ellie have been busy helping our clients learn how to use their Xero and Quickbooks systems to their full potential.

About Us

Starting as we mean to go on

Hello and welcome to our freshly updated website! The world is forever changing (even more quickly now than ever before) and here at Accounting Connections Limited we put in a lot of work behind the scenes to make sure that we are keeping up to date with those changes (after all, it’s one of our […]


Autumn Budget Statement 2021

Today on 27th October 2021 the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, announced his Autumn Budget to parliament, and it would appear that pay day is here. 


Budget 2021

Today on 3rd March 2021, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, laid out his budget to help the UK economy survive the remaining part of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as his plan to encourage economic growth for the future.


Job Support Scheme

On 24th September 2020 the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, laid out his plans to help the UK economy survive the Winter months. One of the measures announced in his address to Parliament was a newly developed “Job Support Scheme”. Many business owners are eager to know how this scheme differs from the previous Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, and how they can use the scheme to help their employees retain their jobs, whilst simultaneously trying to keep their businesses financially viable. Here is what we know.

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

On 20 March 2020 the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced the introduction of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.