More top tips to help you take stock of your finances Following on from our post last month, here is part 2 of our guide to tax planning which looks at further accountancy top tips which may help you save money for the year ahead.
Timing is often the key ingredient in tax planning. As we are approaching the end of the tax year, we thought it would be a great opportunity to share our insights and offer you some key updated figures, so you can make the most out of this window leading up to the 5th April 2018.
Unsure what to claim for when it comes to computer business expenses? Company-owned computers used solely for business purposes can be bought tax-free by the company and are exempt from National Insurance payments.
Did you know? You can claim business expenses for any phone-line used exclusively for business purposes.
Save money by working from a home office. As a director of your limited company, working from home can mean considerable savings on office rental costs and commuting.
As a director or employee, you can reclaim all homeworking expenses from your limited company. This might include things like furniture and a laptop, as well as heating bills and repair costs.
Business travel expenses - what can I claim? As a director or employee of your limited company, you can claim tax and NICs relief on the cost of each journey that qualifies as ‘business travel’ or amounts to 'travel expenses.
How to prepare for Self-Assessment tax return season Football season is over and, with Pompey crowned League 2 Champions, it’s time to get ready for your 2016-2017 Self Assessment (SA) Tax Return.
With the new tax year now underway, there are several changes that could affect the way you operate and the amount of tax you pay as a small business. To help you plan for the year ahead, here are six changes that every small business owner should be aware of: 1.
The start of a new tax year on 6 April 2017 brought a wave of changes to the amount of personal and corporate tax rates you could pay as an individual or business this year. Below, we’ve summarised the changes brought about by