Is payroll the most important service?
December 10, 2018
Most accountants and bookkeepers offer payroll as a service line, as almost an add-on to the audit and accounts production and tax matters of the business, just to provide that one-stop shop facility.
The nightmare that is penalties…
June 20, 2017
We are at that time of year when daily penalties for the failure to file Self Assessment tax returns are reaching their maximum.
Will we see you at Kent 2020 Vision Live?
May 5, 2017
On Wednesday 10 May our Kent offices will be exhibiting at Kent 2020 Vision Live for the sixth year in succession.
The end of the cashbook is nigh, so start planning now for 2019
April 18, 2017
For those who like to be super organised, now is the time to think about Making Tax Digital and how exactly you will file not only quarterly accounts figures, but also those for your VAT Return.
Image Rights payments continue
March 20, 2017
Philip Hammond doesn’t strike me as much of a sports fanatic, more an occasional jogger for the maintaining of fitness, maybe.
Spring Budget 2017: the three main tax announcements
March 9, 2017
NICs, tax free dividend allowances and Making Tax Digital. Read about the three main tax changes announced in the Spring Budget here.
Intention, intention, intention
February 27, 2017
To paraphrase the programme Location, Location, Location; property owners must now seriously consider something else; intention, intention, intention.
Death knell for the VAT Flat Rate Scheme?
February 23, 2017
Last year the Chancellor stated: ‘We will shut down inappropriate use of the VAT flat rate scheme (FRS) that was put in place to help small businesses.’
Delay to Making Tax Digital?
January 16, 2017
The Treasury Committee, chaired by Conservative MP Andrew Tyrie, has suggested a delay in the implementation of Making Tax Digital "until at least 2019/20, possibly later".