05 Dec

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Three Questions Everyone Asks About Self Assessment Tax Returns

So it’s that time of the year again. The time of the year when some of us panic at the realisation we are not as organised for the imminent Self Assessment Tax Return deadline as we would like. 

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23 Apr

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6 Reasons to Use Cloud Accounting

It seems that nowadays most people are using ‘the cloud’ to improve their digital world. For those of you wondering what that means, ‘cloud computing’ is defined as; the delivery of hosted services over the internet. This includes storage, backup, social media and software services.

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28 Feb

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Self Assessment Organisation - 5 Ways to Make your Life Easier Next Year

As we slowly recuperate after the Self Assessment deadline, now is the time to reflect and ask ourselves ‘how can I make this easier on myself next year?’ We have 5 ideas to help you do just that:

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06 Feb

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746,000 People Still to Submit Tax Return - Fines Explained.

The Self Assessment Tax Return deadline was the 31st January but there are still 746,000 people who are yet to submit. You will have received a £100 penalty already but what now?

We have broken down the penalty fees for you below. Firstly, the late submission fees:

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Another New TRS Deadline for Trusts.

Once again the deadline for registering existing trusts for TRS has been moved. Trusts now have until the 5th March 2018 to register after complaints by registering bodies regarding the delay in opening the TRS to agents. 

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Ban on Personal Credit Card Payments for Self-Assessment Tax Returns

From the 13th January 2018 you will no longer be able to pay your self-assessment tax return with a personal credit card. The payment will be rejected after this date and instead will need to be made with a business credit card or another of the available methods. 

The HMRC has said

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Autumn Budget Disappointment

Tuesday's Autumn budget was a disappointment, unless you are a first time property buyer.  The chancellor preferred to adopt a low risk strategy rather than really address some of the key issues.  What struck me was the fact that the budget does almost nothing to deal with growth: the OBR’s forec

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Buy-to-Let Confusion

The buy-to-let world has been bombarded with change this year with the removal of the 45% relief on mortgage interest costs and removal of the 10% allowance for ‘wear and tear’ on furnished properties being just a few examples. 

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Landlord Jailed for Capital Gains Fraud

In August this year a Hampshire landlord, Richard Fuller, was jailed for two years and three months after evading £158,000 in Capital Gains Tax.

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