Thursday 29th March Preston Marriott Hotel, Garstang Road, Broughton PR 35JB 8.00am – 9.45am Itinerary Arrival, Networking and Breakfast 8.00am – 8.20am Presentation 8.20am – 9.20am Networking and Refreshments 9.20am to 9.45am You Only Sell Your Business Once…Don’t Leave it to Chance! As every entrepreneur knows, having a clear strategy is essential when launching a business. […]READ MORE »
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs has reviewed its Business Record Checks programme and plans to make changes to its approach as a result. Starting in April last year, HMRC undertook a pilot programme of BRC’s which reviewed the adequacy and accuracy of business records within the SME sector. Of the 2,437 checks that had been […]READ MORE »
HMRC is warning taxpayers against a spate of fake e-mails in the run up to the 31st January self assessment deadline, which promise a tax rebate to the recipient. These “phishing” e-mails contain a link to a clone of HMRC’s website where the recipient is asked to share their bank or credit card details. Those […]READ MORE »
HM Revenue and Customs has amended the late filing penalties for those people who fail to meet the Self Assessment deadline… • A £100 penalty will be charged if the tax return is not submitted by 31 January even if there is no tax to pay or all of the tax due has been paid […]READ MORE »
New legislation came into force last year to overhaul and modernise bribery laws dating back to 1889. Businesses are advised to review their position and take necessary action now to avoid prosecution… Effective from 1 July 2011, the Bribery Act aims to combat bribery in the UK and internationally. It creates the following four offences […]READ MORE »
Changes will come into force this year regarding the submission and payment of VAT returns which may affect businesses not already registered online… Since April 2010, businesses have been required to submit VAT returns online and pay any VAT due electronically if either of the following applies: • The business was registered for VAT before […]READ MORE »
HMRC has changed the frequency at which it will review rate per mile figures for company cars, from twice per year to four times per year. Now, any changes implemented will take effect once per quarter on 1 March, 1 June, 1 September and 1 December. In addition, due to the increased frequency of review, […]READ MORE »
If you or your business own a commercial property, the chances are you haven’t claimed Capital Allowances on the “embedded fixtures” that were in the property when you bought it. At present, only about 5% of commercial buildings in the UK make these claims to their full potential. It is possible to carry out not […]READ MORE »
Corporate Tax Consultant NEIL LONDRAGAN explains the forthcoming changes to the submission of Company Tax returns and Corporation Tax payments… From 1 April 2011, companies and organisations will have to submit their Company Tax returns online and pay all Corporation Tax and related payments electronically. These changes will affect limited companies, as well as other […]READ MORE »
Following George Osborne’s Budget announcement, Group Tax Director GILL MOLLOY gives an overview of the key points… Personal Income tax personal allowance: For 2012/13 the personal allowance for those aged under 65 will be increased to £8,105 (£7,475 for 2011/12); The basic rate limit will be £34,370 (£35,000 for 2011/12). Enterprise Investment Scheme & Venture […]READ MORE »
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