As previously announced, this was the main theme of the Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s third budget but what we were waiting to hear was where the extra money was going to come from? Had he found a “Magic Money Tree”, or would tax and borrowing have to increase? We now know that the extra money will […]
Your tax dates for the month ahead: 1 November 2018 Payment of corporation tax liabilities for periods ended 31 January 2018 for small and medium-sized companies not liable to pay by instalments. 2 November 2018 Filing date for form P46 (Car) for quarter ended 5 October 2018. 5 November 2018 Deadline for specified employment intermediaries […]
Mindfulness can be defined as a “psychological process of bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment”.
As you know, as one of the areas most forward thinking firm of accountants, we are committed to helping local businesses succeed. A key part of that success, of course, is the support and service you get from your bank. So, to help make sure that local businesses – including yours – get everything they […]
This week? This month? Never? Here at SBCA, asking for referrals is something we do as a matter of course as part of our lead generation efforts. Why not try it for your business and ask your happy customers? These are my top tips for where you could start, based on our experience. Chris’s top […]
The surprising answer to this question is usually no. This is because inheritance tax (IHT) is usually levied on a person’s estate when they die and can also be payable during a person’s lifetime on certain trusts and gifts.
The Finance Bill 2018-19 draft legislation includes a new measure to introduce a points-based penalty system for certain regular (e.g. monthly, quarterly and annual) returns that are filed late.