Some time ago we brought you the news that changes were coming to the amount of tax relief landlords could claim. A number of the changes the government is set on introducing could have significant effects, so we thought we’d bring you this quick reminder and update on what’s coming.
Following on from our article last week ‘debt collecting – top tips’ we have received lots of requests from clients for further help/information about this – after all, this time of year is notorious for being difficult to extract cash from customers.
Are your debtors crippling your cash flow? Are you struggling with chasing payments in from your customers? Could you minimise the risk of bad debts by collecting debt earlier? Why not standardise your procedures and follow our simple step by step guide below to debt collecting? Note: We at K A Farr & Co. have applied these principles & reduced our debt by 50%.
It’s that time of year again – are you ready for the upcoming self-assessment deadline? Far too many businesses find themselves caught out time and time again by their obligations in this area, which is why we thought we’d put together this reminder for all our clients.
It’s Christmas time again, which means it’s time to break out the cards and throw a do. Nobody wants to be worrying about the tax implications of doing something nice for their employees, so we’ve laid it all out as simply as possible for you.
A summary of the most common questions we get asked regarding Tax & Vat Enquiry Insurance.
The new guidelines relating to ‘tax exemption for trivial benefits in kind’ (a bit of a mouthful) means that you can now provide employees with a little something extra – and reduce their tax bill in the process.
We all know the importance of managing our accounts and ensuring that our business is running smoothly whilst making us a profit however, many of us struggle to understand which key financial statements and numbers we need to consider.
Many of our clients have asked for advice on how to chase payments and for our tips and tricks on how to ensure that they don’t have any large outstanding debts.
All self employed individuals (sole traders and those who are in partnerships) are taxed via the self assessment system each year and pay their tax on their business profits after deductions for expenses.