Capital Gains Tax Planning

By Gary Robinson / January 31, 2020

Selling something you own for more than you bought it for is not only the basis of making a profit and doing ‘good business’; it is also the start of your liability for capital gains tax (CGT). In its broadest terms, CGT is a tax that applies when you dispose of an asset (meaning selling…

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When is a Hairdresser not an Employee

By Gary Robinson / January 9, 2020

When a hairdressing salon uses subcontractors within their salon, they should ensure the following so it is crystal clear that they are not classed as an employee as tax and national insurance implications are at stake: Maintenance of their own books and accounting records. Being responsible for their own tax affairs and health and safety…

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Ways to get Your Accountancy Fee’s Down

By Gary Robinson / January 2, 2020

Why Should I Get My Tax Return Prepared Early One of the questions that I often get asked is why I should get my tax return done early I will get it done in December or January and make them wait. HM Revenue & Customs issues a notice to complete a tax return for individuals…

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