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Record Keeping

Record keeping if you’re self-employed: You must keep your records for at least 5 years after the 31 January submission deadline of the relevant tax year. You’ll need to keep records of: all sales and income all business expenses VAT records if you’re registered for VAT PAYE records if you employ people records...

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IR35 CHANGES – APRIL 2020

  Changes are set to be rolled out for the private sector in April 2020, meaning those who fall within the conditions of IR35 could face a higher tax charge. It also means the responsibility for setting IR35 status will be passed from contractors to the medium and large...

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Receipt Bank

Interested in reducing the amount of time you spend bookkeeping? Rather invest that time developing your business or with family and friends? Let me introduce you to Receipt Bank – The World’s Favourite Pre-Accounting Platform Founded in 2010 out of frustration from the amount of time and money lost...

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The benefits to your business of going ‘Limited’

There are two main reasons to incorporate your business into a limited company, firstly to separate your personal assets from the business, and secondly to potentially save tax. Asset protection Incorporating your business limits your personal liability because the company is treated as a separate legal entity. Your risk...

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