31. 07. 2017 Posted in: Blog

Making Tax Digital – delayed again!

This will be welcome news for accountants, bookkeepers, businesses, individuals and software providers. The Government say that Making Tax Digital (MTD) is their plan to make life easier for individuals and businesses. How so? Because it will...

 
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04. 04. 2017 Posted in: Blog

Small Charitable Donations

In December 2016 the Small Charitable Donations and Childcare Payments Bill, designed to simplify and strengthen the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme, and will come into effect at the start of the this tax year. The Gift Aid Small Donation Sc...

 
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15. 03. 2017 Posted in: Blog

New Flat Rate VAT Rules

From 1st April 2017 new rules regarding Flat Rate VAT will be applied that may affect your business. The Flat Rate Scheme was introduced to simplify business record keeping and make the calculation of VAT payable to HMRC much easier and, as a...

 
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07. 03. 2017 Posted in: Blog

Budgeting made easy

Budget season If you hate budgeting as much as we did you'll understand why we have developed a tool that makes your budget creation so simple you'll look forward to it. Here's how it's done. Select what accounts to budget for

 
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16. 01. 2017 Posted in: Charity News

Improve your cash flow with these 3 easy steps

The Gift Aid scheme is well known in the charity sector and provides a welcome 25% boost to donation income. There is no limit to how often you can file your claim with HMRC so, if you have processes in place to be able to claim regularly, you c...

 
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08. 11. 2016 Posted in: Blog

Local Charity Day

In July 2016 Rob Wilson, the Minister for Civil Society, announced plans for a Local Charities Day, which would take place later this year to celebrate loc...

 
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03. 11. 2016 Posted in: Blog

Has the payrolling of benefits simplified anything?

This year saw the optional payrolling of benefit and expenses by HMRC which, according the HMRC’s website, “allows you to payroll tax on benefits and expenses without having to submit a form P11D after the end of the tax year”. Whilst ...

 
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