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Wednesday, 24 April 2019 15:03

Making Tax Digital

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Don’t forget that even though the second phase of Making Tax Digital has been delayed, moving your accounting to cloud accounting software such as Xero or QuickBooks can also move your business forward in terms of tax & business planning, and knowing exactly how you stand. It will help your accountant and financial advisor with your pre year end planning too and could lead to more tax saving opportunities!

Friday, 16 November 2018 12:41

Company Tax - Budget 2018 Highlights

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The autumn Budget produced a mixed outcome for limited companies. The good news is that Corporation Tax remains at 19%, and the plan to reduce it to 17% by April 2020 appears to still be on track. Predictions that the VAT limit could be dramatically cut also proved unfounded, in the short term at least, with the threshold remaining at £85,000.

Thursday, 01 November 2018 08:39

Personal Tax - keep more of what you make

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One of the key "headline grabbers" in Monday's budget, which affects the majority of earners, employed, self employed, pensioners, those with rental income and dividends, was the increase in the personal allowance from £11,850 to £12,500 This was a "giveaway" in the sense that it amounted to an increase in the amount of tax free income. In addition, the start of the 40% tax bracket goes to £50,000 (from £46,350).

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