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We are pleased to advise that we have two new members of staff: Aaron Taylor – a 1st class Accountancy Graduate from Northampton and Helen Crane – a qualified farm bookeeper to help specifically with the MTD legislation. A warm … Continue reading
Please find the 2018 budget in full. Main features: Annual investment allowance to 1 million. Changes to Entrepreneurs relief. Digital services tax to be introduced. Personal Allowances to rise to 12,500 Higher rate taxes to start at 50,000 As per … Continue reading
The April 1st 2019 deadline is fast approaching. After that date the first stage is for all VAT registered businesses to submit their returns using MTD compliant software. This is not the same as just using online submission as more … Continue reading
Please find details of the Bill below: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/landmark-agriculture-bill-to-deliver-a-green-brexit Please remember that this is a Bill and has yet to go through Parliament. Given the uncertainty around Brexit and how that plays out, it is far from certain in my mind … Continue reading
Please don’t forget. The MTD seminar is to be held next Wednesday at Northampton Saints RFC, starting at 7.30pm. Please contact the office to reserve your place.
As usual we will be at Blakesley Show, hoping that the weather does not get too hot!
We are holding at seminar at Northamton Saints RFC on September 26th, starting at 7.30pm. If you would like an invitation and you are not already a client do please contact us. This is an important subject and warrants your … Continue reading
The government appear to be persevering with their attempt to further computerise tax collection and administration. Despite initially postponing it’s implementation, April 2019 has now been targeted for the next attempt; at first for VAT registered businesses. This approach has … Continue reading
Much of the accountants compliance work is carried out in the summer months, usually triggered by the end of the fiscal year on 5th April. This year has been no different, with most of the March and April year ends … Continue reading
The Digital tax initiative has now been postponed. Common sense would appear to have prevailed.