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Our expertise will help you minimise your tax bill.
We know that decent accountancy support with a professional service is the minimum you should expect.
We offer our clients a high quality audit service which they find extremely good value.
Making Tax Digital
We are currently in beta testing and shall update you further as and when we know more.
By leaving us to deal with your accounting you can concentrate on running your business.
Here at Jack Ross Chartered Accountants we understand that when it boils down to it business is all about the numbers. Whether you make world-beating technology or you’re a professional in the city, the numbers are the thing that help make sense of it all. Orders, sales, balance sheets, cashflow and, of course, the Holy Grail: profit. Jack Ross Chartered Accountants recognise the simple fact that numbers make the business world go round. And, as you would expect, our experienced chartered accountants cover every aspect of the numbers game, from accounting support through to succession planning and pension advice. You name it we’ve got it covered. But that’s not all. Here at Jack Ross we make it our business to try to make sure Your Numbers get better and better. We plan, advise and help you improve your operation so that you can set and achieve profit target. So with Jack Ross Chartered Accountants by your side you can bank on The Numbers adding up.
No-one likes paying tax, least of all accountants. Our expertise will help you minimise your tax bill.
We recognise that each company is different, we tailor our accounting support to suit your business needs.
Not only are we Chartered Accountants but are Cloud Accounting specialists, being one of the first firms in the UK to embrace Cloud Accounting.
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Personal tax returns need to be submitted to HMRC before 31st January. As of today, that leaves just 61 working days to get the return finalised. This year, there is an earlier deadline which may be relevant to you. HMRC have announced from 13 January 2018 (i.e. only 49 days away), they will no longer[…]
Reducing corporation tax due on patent income. The patent box regime applies a reduced rate of corporation tax to profits attributable to qualifying patents and similar intellectual property (IP). Unincorporated businesses can’t qualify for the patent box. The patent box tax rate has gradually been reduced to 10% since the introduction of the regime in[…]
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Workers under the age of 25 are missing out on more than £6,000 a year because they are not entitled to the national living wage (NLW). Charity group Young Women’s Trust polled 4,010 people aged between 18 and 30, finding the average young worker is paid £3.45 an hour less for doing the same work[…]
Once you’ve been running auto-enrolment for three years you’ll need to re-enrol workers. Over the last five years there has been a seismic shift in attitudes towards retirement saving. Auto-enrolment means workplace pensions are now regarded by many employees as a normal part of working life. Although detractors argue that minimum contributions lull people into[…]
The NLW increased from £7.20 to £7.50 per hour on 1 April 2017. Out of 835 businesses surveyed by the Federation of Small Business (FSB), 39% have put up prices to cope with the NLW increase. Almost one in four (24%) firms either cancelled or downscaled investments, while 22% reduced working hours and 19% hired[…]
Businesses accepting cash payments of €10,000 or more in exchange for goods are required to register with HMRC under money laundering regulations (MLR). Recent changes to regulations mean that companies accepting cash payments on or above the threshold limit (or equivalent in sterling) will be classed as high value dealers. Transactions that are considered high[…]
A guide for individual landlords on the recent tax changes. Whether you own one or 50 let properties, you need to be aware of the tax changes that have already started to take effect – and which will accelerate over the coming years. Restricted interest For periods before 6 April 2017, all the interest and[…]
Ensuring the smoothest transition for your business. Making Tax Digital (MTD) will mean most businesses and taxpayers access their tax affairs online through digital tax accounts in the near future. But what impact will MTD have on your business? What is Making Tax Digital? “Tax really doesn’t have to be taxing”, said former chancellor George[…]