Newly Self Employed

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Thank you for your telephone call and your corresponding email. I am very glad that you have decided to join my practice as a client and I will try and give you the best service that I possibly can. You … Read More

Start-Ups and the Newly Self Employed

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Hello new client and I hope that this email finds you in good health. I found our meeting informative and the following are my conclusions. Co-operative Complicated but this can be a limited company. It must have its own business … Read More

Self Employed 10 April 2010

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Email Out: 09 April 2010 We agreed that the best business structure for you was as self-employed. Please go online at before the end of the three month period in order to avoid a £100 penalty which is the law. … Read More

Personal Tax Planning

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Personal Tax Planning/Payee/VAT/Corporation Tax/HMRC/Companies House Personal Tax Planning Personal Tax Return Forms At some stage I will need to correspond with HMRC regarding your personal tax affairs to include allocating best your personal allowances, making sure that your personal tax … Read More

HMRC Enquiry

with No Comments “The Court of Appeal recently upheld the verdict against a small-time tax cheat who was hit with confiscation proceedings for more than £700,000 and the threat of a four-year prison sentence.’s experts discuss the implications.” David Winch this … Read More

Property Lettings

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I have a note from you that you would like me to contact you with further information and I am delighted so to do. I also enclose a comprehensive list of what can be claimed together with a pro forma … Read More

Corporation Tax/Company House

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LIMITED COMPANY GROUP CORPORATION TAX/COMPANY HOUSE PLANNING Group Structure: Main purpose is if companies have different shareholders so that profits/losses/salaries/dividends are shared among different shareholders. Group structures are fine and I set up many of these.  However, these are costly … Read More

Raising Finance

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David Barry writes about being a business mentor for start-ups and on-going businesses and surviving the recession. David Barry writes: When times are good and clients are making money the accountants’ role is to advise on their traditional services like … Read More

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