Category Archives: Tax Newsletter

Introducing Tax E-News

Introducing Tax E-News

Every month we publish a helpful Tax E-News bulletin via our website.  As an example February’s hot topics include:

  • 10% tax write-off on machinery, furniture and equipment purchases
  • Option for small businesses to be taxed on cash received less cash spent
  • Using your home for business
  • Operating as a limited company but wished you didn’t?
  • Car leasing
  • Low emission cars

Each article is designed to give a brief outline of the latest tax issues and how they might affect businesses and individuals.  With a dedicated Tax Manager on our team we are then well placed to provide further information and advice to help our clients assess any new tax opportunities and look carefully to see if they might benefit them.  This is part of our proactive approach.

To read February’s Tax E-News, click here.  To keep up to date with what can be a fast moving tax environment you might like to check back each month for the latest bulletin.

If your financial year end date is 31 March 2013 maybe now is the time for a pre year end review and some prudent tax planning?  Call in to see us or make an appointment to see how we can help you make the best of your financial position.

Feb / March Tax Diary

19 February PAYE, Student Loan &   NIC deductions for the month ending 5 February due for payment to HMRC (due   22 Feb if you pay electronically.
19 February CIS return and tax   due for month ending 5 March (tax due 22 Feb if you pay electronically)
28 February Surcharge of 5% on   any 2011/2012 self assessment tax outstanding for payment to HMRC (was due for   payment by 31/1/13).
1 March Corporation tax for   year to 31/5/12 due.
19 March PAYE & NIC   deductions for the month ending 5 March due for payment to HMRC (due 22 March   if you pay electronically).
19 March CIS return and tax   due for month ending 5 March (tax due 22 Feb if you pay electronically)
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December 2012 Tax Newsletter

December 2012 Tax Newsletter

Seed Investment Enterprise Scheme (SEIS) developments, Child Benefit changes, the relaunch of Business Records Checks (BRC) and whistle blowing are all topics covered in this month’s edition of our Tax Newsletter.

If you would like further information or advice on any of the above topics, then do please get in touch.

November Tax News

The latest edition of our Tax Newsletter  is now available to view via our website.  This month’s topics include:

  • YET MORE TASKFORCES LAUNCHED
  • USING YOUR HOME FOR BUSINESS?
  • HIGH NET WORTH UNIT
  • HMRC BUSINESS RECORD CHECKS
  • CLIENT CONTACT POINTS FOR HMRC

If you would like to discuss any of the issues raised in more detail, do please get in touch.