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Cheques To Clear In A Single Day

Legislation has been introduced to reduce the present maximum six-day clearance process of cheques, to just one day. Banks presently send the payer’s cheque to the clearing banks to facilitate clearance. Under new rules, that will apply from October 2018, this will be reduced to one-day by sending a digital image of the cheque for…

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Protect your home address at Companies House

Not all of us are comfortable having our data there for the world to see. Those of us reluctant to see our home address on sites such as Companies House will be pleased by a recent change to data suppression laws. This should therefore help you remove your home address from publicly available company documents. But…

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View A Short Film On Potential Issues In 2018 – 2019 Tax Years

A Short Film On Potential Issues In 2018 – 2019 Tax Years

We’ve put together a short three minute film highlighting some tax issues you may be affected by, and may need to look out for in 2018 to 2019 tax years. Do yourself a favour and grab a cup of tea and check it out. It could save you a lot of money in the long…

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View Let’s Talk About Benefits in Kind

Let’s Talk About Benefits in Kind

This is the time of year that employers and employees deal with the reporting of Benefits in kind. Taxing times indeed… The provision and use of company cars features in many of these returns, both the use of the car, and if provided, the cost of any fuel provided by the employer for private mileage….

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View What To Claim On Your Tax Return

What To Claim On Your Tax Return

When you complete your tax return for 2017-18, make sure you consider the following expenses. Sometimes they are overlooked. Don’t forget to claim these Approved subscriptions you are required to pay to professional organisations. You must have membership to do your job or it’s helpful for your work. You can’t claim tax back on fees…

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View Make sure you report Benefits in Kind

Make sure you report Benefits in Kind

HMRC posted a reminder about Benefits in Kind on their website the first day of the new tax year. Examples of these include company cars, health insurance, travel and entertainment expenses, and childcare. The Benefits in Kind reminder Employers need to report all Benefits in Kind (BiKs), including those under the Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRAs), to HMRC on form…

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View The story of the technophobe, HMRC and a sympathetic judge.

The story of the technophobe, HMRC and a sympathetic judge.

Are you a complete technophobe with no interest or even any skills with computers? Do Facebook and Twitter sound like racehorses running in the 2.30 at Haydock Park? Furthermore, does the thought of having to deal with computers push you into a severe anxiety state? Then read on. The Technophobe That Tried Meet Ms Naylor,…

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View Why ticking the Gift Aid box is important

Why ticking the Gift Aid box is important

Tick That Gift Aid Box HMRC have said that charities are missing out on up to £600m a year of funding due to people not ticking Gift Aid box. They said: The research, published today by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), shows that a third of eligible donations made to many of the UK’s 200,000…

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View Why investing in tax professionals is always your best option

Why investing in tax professionals is always your best option

Tax Professionals are your best option The UK tax code, the laws that govern how much tax we pay, is one of the largest in the developed global economies. Unless you have a reasonable grasp of the multitude of tax rules and regulations, attempting to manage your own tax affairs is like driving with a…

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