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Improving Cash Flow to Help Pay Corporation Tax Bill

Corporation tax is a corporate tax payable by limited companies in the UK. It is deducted from the yearly revenues and capital gains of the companies. To be eligible to pay Corporation Tax to HMRC, company directors must register their firms at the time of trading. The date on which the tax has to be … Continue reading Improving Cash Flow to Help Pay Corporation Tax Bill

Post Office Compensation – What’s the Latest?

The aftermath of the Post Office Horizon scandal has naturally affected many employees. However, along with the plan to overturn their convictions, the government has assured compensation. However, the tax treatment for the compensation will now be part of the new legislation. Sub-postmasters cannot apply to a single compensation scheme since there is none. The … Continue reading Post Office Compensation – What’s the Latest?

Penalties for Not Reporting a Tax Liability

Filing a tax return is one of the most crucial annual financial responsibilities of a taxpayer in the United Kingdom. It is imperative that every business as well as individual in the United Kingdom undertakes this responsibility in time and abide by the legal obligations. Unfortunately, despite all the importance that is associated with the … Continue reading Penalties for Not Reporting a Tax Liability

Reduce Your Corporation’s Tax Bill by Following These Steps

All limited companies in the UK need to pay corporation tax on their profits. The rate for this tax was increased to 25% in April 2023. Now, as a business owner in Reading, if you are wondering how you can minimise it or whether there are methods to do so, this discussion can help. But … Continue reading Reduce Your Corporation’s Tax Bill by Following These Steps

Do You Really Need an Accountant to Make Your Vat Returns a Success?

VAT returns are considered a complex process that is also filled with a lot of burden. It is referred to as an indirect tax that the government charges on most of a business’s goods and services. If your business has a turnover of more than 85,000 euros, you will have to register for VAT. At … Continue reading Do You Really Need an Accountant to Make Your Vat Returns a Success?

A Brief Account of VAT charged on a Mixed Property in the UK

Before we get into the thick of things in regards to VAT charged on mixed property, let’s find out what a mixed property is. Going by the legal definition in accordance to the UK laws, a property that has both residential as well as non-residential elements in it can be termed as a mixed property.  … Continue reading A Brief Account of VAT charged on a Mixed Property in the UK

How Private Residence Relief Can Exempt The Capital Gains Tax?

When you dispose of your residential property, you will accumulate a capital gains tax (CGT) on it. But you can get exemption from the same partially or fully with the private residence relief (PRR) and today we will discuss how. We will also discuss what affect the application of these instruments and whether any exceptions … Continue reading How Private Residence Relief Can Exempt The Capital Gains Tax?

What All Does an Accountant Need to Tell You about Multiple Dwelling Relief?

Before we get into an in depth discussion about Multiple Dwelling Relief, let us at first what it is. By lay man’s terms, it is an exemption provided by the HMRC to an individual, on the tax that is payable on the monetary transaction for the purchase of more than one dwellings.  In fact, a … Continue reading What All Does an Accountant Need to Tell You about Multiple Dwelling Relief?

What are the Top 10 VAT Inspection Errors that Seasoned Accountants Avoid?

When it comes to calculating the VAT a professional accountant cannot be lackluster, as it will invite a plethora of troubles in the form of errors that will put the clients in rough weather. That is the reason you must opt for a quality accountant, who will come up with some error-free VAT inspection. Therefore, … Continue reading What are the Top 10 VAT Inspection Errors that Seasoned Accountants Avoid?

Role of Experienced Accountants in Providing Guidance on HMRC Class 2 National Insurance

Before we get into the thick of things, let us at first see what National Insurance (NI) is. Technically speaking, NI has similarities to income tax, but with a difference. Unlike income tax, NI helps to pay up for certain state benefits at times when an individual needs assistance in certain situations, like when they … Continue reading Role of Experienced Accountants in Providing Guidance on HMRC Class 2 National Insurance