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Autumn Statement 2017

Tax-Newsletter-UK-December-2017-Budget – click on the link for our latest newsletter

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Making Tax Digital Flyer

Click to download our PDF relating to making tax Digital

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Making Tax Digital – Quickbooks Cloud Accounting

We recommend QuickBooks cloud accounting. If you want help or advice relating to Cloud Accounting then get in touch and we’ll advise the best solution for you. Under the ‘Making Tax Digital’ programme, the government are planning that all businesses must keep digital tax / accounting records

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Autumn Statement 2016 summary

tax-newsletter-autumn-statement-2016 Click on the link above to see the Autumn Statement summary

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New VAT Flat Rate scheme rules announced 23 November 2016

The most notable announcement in the Autumn Statement was the introduction of a new VAT Flat Rate of 16.5% for businesses with limited costs. This is a link to the new rules https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/tackling-aggressive-abuse-of-the-vat-flat-rate-scheme-technical-note/tackling-aggressive-abuse-of-the-vat-flat-rate-scheme-technical-note If a business is using the Flat rate scheme and the purchases of goods

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March 2016 Budget Newsletter

AAA Tax-Newsletter-March-2016-Budget Click on the link above to download our newsletter in PDF format

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Tax efficient salary and dividends 2016-17 for one man company

In 2016-17 for most one man companies, the tax efficient salary will be £8,060 per year (£671.67 per month) as, at this level there is no National Insurance to pay. After paying this the tax efficient level of dividend to take you up to the 2016-17 higher

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New website

We’re freshening up the website this week – so a few things may go missing – should all be finished next week

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March 2016 Newsletter

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Auto Enrolment update

We’ve been preparing recently for the forthcoming requirement for all employers to have an auto enrolment pension scheme. We’ve decided to go with ‘The People’s Pension’ for several reasons. 1. There is no charge to the employers 2. The charge to employees is only 0.5% per annum

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