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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.
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How to minimise business tax in 2018/19 If there’s one thing that keeps us awake at night it’s the thought of how many British businesses are failing to claim capital allowances to which they are entitled – worth billions of pounds across the board, according to some estimates. Capital allowances provide the mechanism for tax[…]
How has devolution affected what tax you pay? First-time buyers in England, Northern Ireland – and for a short time in Wales – were the biggest winners in the most recent shake-up to affect property taxes in Autumn Budget 2017. Philip Hammond’s headline measure was to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers on homes worth[…]
How to make this tax break work for you Millions of married couples and civil partners in the UK are eligible for the marriage allowance, but take-up has remained subdued since the tax break came into force on 6 April 2015. Almost half of the UK’s eligible couples failed to claim their slice of £1.3[…]
How can you reduce your capital gains tax bill in 2018/19? Whether you’re a buy-to-let landlord, a shareholder, an art dealer or you fall somewhere in between, the chances are you will be familiar with paying capital gains tax (CGT). CGT is payable when you ‘dispose’ of a certain item and make money from the[…]
Obligations from 1 April 2019 onwards Although the Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime has suffered several setbacks and delays, MTD for VAT remains on course to take effect from its planned implementation date of 1 April 2019. Under the scheme, VAT-registered businesses are required to maintain digital records, complete the VAT return from the digital[…]
The pros and cons of letting furnished holiday accommodation When furnished holiday property is let on a commercial basis for short periods, the owner can benefit from certain tax reliefs which wouldn’t otherwise be available to residential landlords, providing certain conditions are met. However, there are also several disadvantages associated with letting property as holiday[…]
A brief guide to the tax implications of IR35 IR35 is the shorthand name for tax rules concerning the provision of personal services through intermediaries. These rules came into effect on 6 April 2000, but they were significantly amended from 6 April 2017 for contracts involving public sector bodies. There are now two different applications[…]
Your obligations for reporting travel expenses Many employees need to travel as part of their job for various reasons, whether it’s acquiring new customers, working with current ones or attending conferences and events. The system of benefits and taxation surrounding this essential economic activity is classed as ‘travel and subsistence’ in the eyes of the[…]
How to reduce what you owe the taxman Nobody wants the taxman to take more than his fair share, and planning your finances early on can ensure you adopt the most tax-efficient strategy for the months and years ahead. Effective tax planning will help protect your wealth and any assets, ready to pass on when[…]
What’s new for 2018/19? Despite year-on-year tax rises, company cars remain a popular benefit. While the tax cost of expensive high-emission cars can be eye-watering, by choosing carefully it’s possible to enjoy the convenience that comes with a company car for a relatively low tax cost. So, as the new tax year gathers steam, what’s[…]