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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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Anyone who runs charities knows how it differs from running a business, both in terms of motives and objectives. HMRC treats non-profit organisations and charities very differently to businesses, offering some unique tax breaks in the process. If a charity is recognised by the tax authority, it will benefit from certain tax reliefs. This is[…]
Unincorporated businesses could be about to see significant changes to the ways in which they are taxed. This is following the launch of a Government consultation. The Government plans to reform the basis period rules in a bid to simplify how unincorporated businesses, such as sole traders and business partnerships, allocate trading profits to tax[…]
It’s time to find out who the Employee of the Month, for the month of July is! Our winner is Jacob Walters! Jacob has only been with Jack Ross since the beginning of July and already he has made a massive impact on the team and received some amazing feedback from his colleagues. Many of[…]
New businesses can still grow and flourish. Not much can stop determined entrepreneurs from building a new business from the ground up. Even during such challenging times as a COVID-19 or its ensuing fallout budding business owners are succeeding. The pandemic has proven a huge challenge for businesses. 396,155 UK firms closed in 2020 according to[…]
Inheritance tax is usually charged at 40% on the value of your estate over the £325,000 nil-rate band. This includes your property, money and possessions. There’s an additional allowance of up to £175,000 if you pass on your family home to children or grandchildren. If you’re married, you can effectively combine your thresholds and transfer[…]
It’s time to celebrate June’s Employee of the Month – Connor Mottershead! Connor was voted for his brilliant organisation skills and always using his initiative. In addition to this he is always willing to help other members of the team when they require it. A special note which was made about Connor, and why he[…]
Despite the potentially high personal taxable benefit, many employees still enjoy and prefer the convenience of being offered the use of a company car by their employer. Those employers familiar with the benefit-in-kind tax rules will be aware the tax impact on the employee is much lower for those that choose an electric vehicle, rather[…]
After a challenging year as a UK residential landlord, you might have read about improvements to the buy-to-let mortgage market in recent weeks. In the three months to 31 May 2021, the average interest rates for a residential landlord have declined. A two-year fixed-rate buy-to-let mortgage fell 0.10 percentage points to 2.95%. A five-year fixed[…]
If you’re self-employed, there are various costs which you are able to deduct as allowable expenses for your business in 2021/2022. By deducting these allowable expenses as part of calculating your business’s taxable profits, it’s possible for us to reduce your income tax bill in the process. If your business has turnover of £50,000 in[…]