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New Employee Shareholder Status The Government thinks that employees who own shares in their employing company feel more involved in that business and hence are happy and loyal employees. So it has introduced a new share scheme from 1st September 2013 which allows you, as an employer, to give your employees tax-free shares in your company, but in return the…
October Key Tax Dates 1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for the year ended 31 December 2012 5 - If a Tax Return has not been received, individuals and trustees must notify HMRC of new sources of income and chargeability in 2012/13 14 - Return and payment of CT61 tax due for quarter to 30 September 2013…
High Income Child Benefit Charge You may be liable to this new tax charge if you, or your partner, have an individual income of more than £50,000 and one of you gets Child Benefit or contributions towards the upkeep of a child. If you are liable and have received a Child Benefit payment since 7 January then you must register…
Self-billing Change The procedure of 'self-billing' is frequently used in the publishing and construction sectors, where a large business customer engages lots of smaller businesses as suppliers (eg authors or subcontractors). The customer issues self-billed invoices on behalf of the small suppliers, usually with the payment to each supplier. If you are operating self-billing you must comply with the conditions…
Resurfacing - Repairs or Capital? Any business owner whose property includes a road, driveway, or parking area, will have to repair those surfaces at some point. The question is whether to charge the costs to 'repairs' or to 'capital improvements' in the accounts. This decision has significant tax consequences, as the cost of repairs will qualify for a tax deduction,…
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