The Annual Return has a filing fee of £13 if it’s filed online and this rises to £40 if it is submitted on paper! Companies House are driving people online with their pricing!
5 financial administration steps for your new company
Yes, you have to add VAT to your sales invoices but if your clients are VAT registered they reclaim the VAT so they’re no worse off.
We really understand your business (that old chestnut)
It could be worse, I suppose. Your accountant might not even try to understand your business, seeing it as sufficient to simply process all your financial transactions and then tell you the outcome.
Accountants in Fulham Green
We are not just accountants in Fulham Green, we are accountants for any of the companies based there. Your accountant on your doorstep, couldn’t be better!
Employing a new person – use the HMRC Starter Checklist
The form gathers all of the information required for you to set up the new employee on your payroll and also includes the “employee statement” about whether this is their only job and what they have been doing previously in the tax year.
International VAT – made simple(ish)
VAT – a lot of the time it is as easy as falling off a log, but once you start to trade overseas it can get difficult and it is worth knowing the basics about how it works.
Don’t put the tax cart in front of the business horse (II)
Will I set up my company in France because I might be in Paris on business and I would like to reclaim the VAT on taxi fares?
Another example of putting the tax cart in front of the business horse!
Audited accounts – and the procurement manager
In most owner-managed businesses this will mean that the accounts do not need to be audited and in practice it is very rare to see a company being audited when it does not need to be.
Tax returns – to the bottom of the list
The January 31 deadline for filing your personal tax return is only days away as I write this and we’re down to the last half-dozen that need to be finalised and submitted. The common link among the last half-dozen is that most of the them have more tax to pay than they expected.
Five ideas to ease the pain of VAT
Most businesses should be indifferent to VAT. You add it to your sales invoices, collect it when you get paid by the customer and pay it over to HMRC when it’s due. In principle: no problem.