5 Things You Need To Make A Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEIS) Claim

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world we live in on an unprecedented scale and this has had a huge impact on peoples livelihoods with many small businesses relying on loans and other support measures put forward by the government…

10 Things You Need To Make A Claim Through The Job Retention Scheme

The Job Retention Scheme for furloughed employees is now live, if you are looking to make a claim here in this guide we'll explain exactly what information you'll need. 1. Your Government Gateway account details In order to begin to…

The Coronavirus – Small Business & Self-Employed Support Guide

The coronavirus has had a devastating impact on peoples lives & livelihoods. With the governments plans to deal with the pandemic by the closure of all but essential business & businesses being ran remotely there has also is also now…

Self-Assessment Tax Return FAQs

With the 31st of January fast approaching so does the deadline to submit your 2018/19 Self-Assessment tax return. If this is your first tax return it can seem like an intimidating task, and at times the guides provided by HMRC can be confusing and full of tax jargon that can be hard to sift through, so here are several things you'll need to know in order to be ready to submit your tax return on time...

Important Tax Dates for 2019/20

In order to avoid any late filing penalties and charges from HMRC it is important to know the imortant deadlines for the upcoming tax year (2019/20) which will help you to prepare and send off the main forms in good time...

The Ultimate Guide To Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is tax that’s payable on any profit made after selling assets. It is declared and paid through your Self Assessment tax return. Assets that are subject to Capital Gains Tax if sold at a profit include:…

2018-19 tax changes you need to know about

If you're running your own business it is very important that you keep yourself up to date with any tax changes in a new tax year. 2018-19 is no different and HMRC have made a few tax changes which you…

Common small business expenses & tax tips

Dealing with the taxation side of things is not necessarily the most exciting part of running your own business and working your yourself, however it can be one of the most important. Reducing your taxable profit and saving on your…

New Employers Guide

Once a business takes on its first employee usually they will be required ro register with HMRC as a new employer, this can even apply if the business only has one employee (for example if a Limited company has a…

Should I register for VAT?

As a small business or a sole trader VAT can often be misunderstood leaving business owners feeling anxious and unsure if they are required to become registered and how to go about registering if they are. In this guide we…