It is never a surprise to me how so many people become landlords of a rental property. Let me give you an example.... You owned a house and moved in with your girlfriend/boyfriend and so rather than selling your house you decided to rent it out..... You haven’t let anyone, including HMRC know, because you… Continue reading It is never a surprise to me how so many people become landlords of a rental property.
Some of you may think that training to become an accountant involves going to university and graduating with a degree - but this is not always the case. Here is my day as a junior accountant: It’s the dreaded Monday morning and I’m waking up nice and early so that I can attempt to miss… Continue reading A day in the life of a junior accountant
It is Tuesday 22nd March; I don’t usually work on a Tuesday but I am today! When I come in, the first thing I do like most people is open up my computer, the emails are always the first thing to load, my first email was from Hollie telling me I had been picked out… Continue reading My day is never boring.
The following Tax Events are due April 2016: Business Tax Events PAYE quarterly payments are due for small employers for the pay periods 6th January 2016 to 5th April 2016 What this means for you? This deadline is relevant to small employers and contractors only. As a small employer with income tax, national insurance and… Continue reading Tax Events due April 2016.
Staying on top of the book-keeping is often an overlooked part of business, with a mad rush around deadline time to get everything up to date. However, in order to better understand your business and ensure you are maintaining a healthy profit margin, keeping on top of your records is key. We recommend you therefore… Continue reading ‘Spring’ your business forward with a fresh look at book-keeping