Read extract or Click on Logo below to watch video: HMRC have confirmed PAYE late filing penalties will continue to be reviewed on a risk-assessed basis for the 2018/19 tax year rather than be issued automatically: this will include continuing to not charge penalties automatically if a FPS is filed late but within 3 days of the […]
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Read extract or Click on Logo below to watch video: HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) proposals apply from April 2019 for VAT: from 2020 the self employed and landlords will be required to submit five tax returns per year. This brings about new challenges in terms of the design of penalties for late filing and […]
As the number of accountants has increased and online bookkeeping has become a way of life for many entrepreneurs, the average cost of accountant services has gone down. Accountant prices vary but when you’re considering the average cost of an accountant for small businesses, what you pay in fees will either be mainly or completely […]
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The Spring Statement 2018: the key announcements small businesses should know: 1. The next business rates revaluation will take place in 2021 In 2017’s Autumn Budget, the chancellor announced that business rates revaluations would take place every three years rather than every five, meaning business rates better reflect current property prices. In today’s Spring statement, […]