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Making Tax Digital: Fact or Fiction?

Martin WilliamsJul 16,2018

If you are aware of Making Tax Digital (MTD), then you will know that it is part of the Government’s strategy to make-over the UK tax system. It wants to establish a more efficient, effective and user-friendly system that makes it easier for businesses, self-employed individuals and landlords to stay on top of their affairs….

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The perks of using our client portal

George Hay Chartered AccountantsJul 10,2018

You will hopefully be aware of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that came into effect on 25th May 2018. In response to GDPR… In response to these regulations, any business who stores or processes personal data has had to implement appropriate processes and procedures to safeguard people’s information and protect against data breaches. As….

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P11D: Do you know your duties?

Phil BlackburnJul 2,2018

What is a P11D? If you run a business, you may provide benefits or non-exempt expenses to some or all your employees. Most taxable employee benefits can be deducted through payroll – providing the employer has registered with HMRC prior to the start of the tax year. Otherwise, the employer must submit a P11D form…..

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What’s a business without a business plan?

Martin WilliamsJun 27,2018

A business plan is a valuable tool for any business, whether just setting up, finding their feet or already fully fledged. Each year, around 400,000 new businesses start-up in the UK[1] but, astonishingly, one in three of these will cease trading within three years and after ten years, only one in five are still operating.[2]….

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Capital Gains Tax: less time to settle liabilities

Phil BlackburnJun 20,2018

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) recently consulted on new rules associated with the payment of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) when disposing of residential property. 30 days to pay… From April 2020, HMRC propose that when a residential or rental property is sold, or otherwise disposed of, a payment on account of CGT will need to….

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