Making Tax Digital Update

Posted 2017 by Chris Davies

If you are in business you may not be aware, but from 2018 most businesses, the self-employed and landlords will need to use specialist software or apps to record and categorise receipts and expenses and… Read More

My dog ate my tax return!

My dog ate my tax return
Posted 2017 by Chris Davies

If you have been asked to complete a self-assessment return for 2015/16 then you have until the end of January to submit the form online to HMRC. If the return does not reach HMRC in… Read More

Jake’s Top 10 Xero Tips

Posted 2016 by Chris Davies

We have been using Xero for a number of years now and have acquired a great deal of hands on experience. Here Jake explains some of the key ways that you can maximise the productivity… Read More

Are you storing up tax problems?

Posted 2015 by admin

The new rules for VAT on the storage on goods came into force on 1 October 2012 but there does seem to be plenty of evidence that it is not properly understood. From that date… Read More

Back to the future – by Dean Blunden

Posted 2015 by admin

A quick glance at any social media platform today will tell you that it is Back to the Future Day, the famous day that Doc Brown and Marty McFly travelled into the distant future of… Read More

Growth top of the agenda for SMEs

Business growth
Posted 2015 by admin

According to research from Close Brothers Asset Finance growing a business is top of the agenda for 34 per cent of SMEs. The quarterly survey of UK SME owners and senior management from a range… Read More

2015 Summer Budget Changes for Landlords

Posted 2015 by admin

The announcements the Chancellor made relating to rental properties in the 2015 Summer Budget will not have been the best news landlords have heard this year. Most concerning will be the reduction of tax relief… Read More