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Have you done your Tax Returns yet?

In the UK, the tax year runs from April to April. So, the last tax year started on 6 April 2018 and ended on 5 April 2019.

Self Assessment Timeline

It’s always best to check the HMRC website for the Self Assessment deadlines , but this year’s timeline is:

  • Register for Self Assessment – 5th October 2019
  • Paper Tax Returns – Midnight 31st October 2019
  • Online Tax Returns – Midnight 31st January 2020
  • Pay the tax you ...
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Business planning for tax year end

3 things every business should do at tax year end

As a business owner, whether a small business or a freelancer, you need to get ready for the start of the new tax year. OK, so the 6th April it is not as exciting as the real New Year on 1st January but it is important when you’re a business owner.

In the UK the tax year runs from from the 6th April to the following year’s 5th April. The tax year for 2018-2019 will soon be drawing to a close, ...

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Why you should outsource your bookkeeping

When you’re a start-up or a small business you are hopefully going to be busy. You need to work at your job of selling your products or proving your service and marketing your business. It’s not surprising that accounting tasks, such as tracking your income and expenses often take a back seat.

Bookkeeping isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. In fact, it is sometimes said that doing your bookkeeping is a bit like going to the dentist – you don’t really want ...

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GDPR Compliance Deadline is Approaching

In a matter of days, data protection rules across Europe will finally undergo its biggest change in the last two decades

From May 25, 2018, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will be enforced by data protection regulators across Europe. The change brings outdated personal data rules up to speed with an increasingly digital era.

What is GDPR?

The GDPR is Europe’s new framework for data protection laws – it replaces the previous 1995 Data Protection directive which current UK law is based upon.

Is my ...

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What is IR35?

IR35 has been receiving increased press coverage at the moment, for example the news about Ex-BBC Look North presenter Christa Ackroyd facing tax bill of £420k, which your can read on the BBC website, here, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-43074584


What is IR35 and how does it effect a contractor?

IR35 is tax legislation that was introduced in 1999 and is designed to combat tax avoidance by workers supplying their services to clients via an intermediary, such as a limited company, but who would be an ...

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Benefits of Outsourced CFO Services

Having worked with companies and organisations ranging from the hundreds of thousands to the hundreds of millions and occupying the CFO role in many of them either as an in-house or outsourced resource we are committed to supplying this service as we believe all companies benefit from having this rigour within their organisation.  Traditionally however it has been the preserve of larger companies with SMEs struggling to see the benefit and also put off by the costs involved.

As a service ...

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Are you Tax Resident In Spain?

Tax planning is a much ignored but vital area for expats living or moving to Spain, particularly for your investments, pensions and estate. Without a personalised, effective tax mitigation strategy it can be very easy to sleep walk into a unknown and significant tax liability.

If any of the following conditions apply the you are deemed to be resident in Spain for Tax purposes:

  • You spend more than 183 days in Spain in one calendar year. The days do not have to ...
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Spring Statement 2018: what you need to know

Yesterday the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, delivered his first Spring Statement to Parliament. The Chancellor used his speech to respond to the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility and highlighted some areas of public consultation.

The Spring Statement does not include any new spending or policy announcements.This follows the switch to the new timetable of having a single major fiscal event each year, which began with the Autumn Budget last November.

You can find ...

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