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  • TaxesTuesday 30th April 2024

    Have you checked your tax code?

    Prior to the tax year starting each 6 April, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), will issue new tax codes to employees, usually where there is a change of tax code. These tax codes, a series of letter and numbers, allow employers to deduct the right amount of tax to be deducted from each employee ...

  • Shareholders AgreementWednesday 27th March 2024

    Shareholder Agreements for limited companies: What you need to know

    When there are several shareholders, a new company is being formed, a shareholder wants to pass their shares or pass them to their children, someone is nearing retirement, or the company has borrowed money from a shareholder, issues can easily arise that jeopardise the continued success of a ...

  • Tax planning 1Wednesday 28th February 2024

    Year End Tax Planning

    It’s not too late to undertake some end of year tax planning. If you have some spare cash, an obvious tax planning point would be to maximise your ISA allowances for the 2023/24 tax year (currently £20,000 each). You might also want to consider increasing your pension savings before 5 ...

  • Cash flowWednesday 24th January 2024

    Mastering cash flow forecasting

    In the dynamic world of managing a business, one of the most critical elements to success is effective cash flow management. Cash flow forecasting is a fundamental tool for business owners to navigate financial challenges and ensure sustained growth. In this article, we will delve into the ...

  • Company exitTuesday 19th December 2023

    Exploring closure options for solvent businesses

    There are many reasons a solvent company needs to be brought to an end; perhaps due to retirement, illness, or simply a desire to extract the proceeds tied up in the company. Once a decision has been made to cease trading and begin winding up the company’s affairs, the next step is to ...

  • Inheritance tax 2Tuesday 28th November 2023

    Inheritance tax planning tips

    With inheritance tax receipts to HMRC set to reach new levels this financial year, now more than ever are families needing to plan for their future. Inheritance tax could take a large proportion of your wealth – 40% of everything above £325,000 - and stop your family members ...

  • Company profitsWednesday 1st November 2023

    It's important to have up to date profit forecasts for tax

    In order that we can help predict your taxable profits and tax liabilities we need up to date profit figures and projections. One of the advantages of keeping your business accounts in a computerised form, ideally on the Cloud, is that we can review your latest financial position and help you ...

  • Family allowanceTuesday 26th September 2023

    Child benefit may create a tax charge for those with high income

    Parents and carers need to be aware that if either of the couple have ‘adjusted net income’ in excess of £50,000 then the one with the higher income will potentially be charged to tax on some or all of the child benefit and will need to request a self-assessment tax return to ...

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