Travel & Subsistence

By Gary Robinson / November 28, 2019

Travel and subsistence will be regular expenses of many businesses and this is where regular employee travel is an essential part of their operations. Whether it is generating new customers, servicing existing ones or attending conferences and other events, travelling often generates a number of ad hoc expenditures. If a company pays for these expenditures…

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Transfering Property into a Limited Company

By Gary Robinson / November 21, 2019

When you transfer property which in not your residential home into a company this must be done right as this has huge tax implications if not done correctly. There is a way to get this into a company avoiding stamp duty but this only applicable to those who run this as an partnership. By a…

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Help Paying Your Tax

By Gary Robinson / November 14, 2019

Paying Your Tax The tax return deadline approaching there will be some people among us that need to settle our tax liabilities by 31 January 2019. This comes at a time when some people will have cashflow problems as this is just after Christmas when the credit card bill have arrived and most of us…

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Tax Return deadlines

By Gary Robinson / November 7, 2019

Tax Return If you been sent a notice to complete a self-assessment income tax return you have until 31 January every year to get this submitted to HM Revenue & Customs or you will incur late filing penalties depending how long this is outstanding for. Late Filing Penalties Up to 3 Months £100.00 if it…

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