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Accura Accountants Jan 6
Five things to keep in mind before you start your
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Accura Accountants Dec 25
We want to wish all our clients, colleagues and friends a very and Happy Holidays from us all at Accura .We hope you have a fun and festive day!
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Accura Accountants Dec 16
A return is also required when •income from from shares is £10,000 or more •you have profits liable to capital gains tax. •you were a company or you •claimed child benefit, and you or your partner’s income was over £50,000.
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Accura Accountants Dec 16
You’ll will need to complete a tax return if you have •income from self-employment that’s more than £1,000 •more than £2,500 from renting out property •more than £2,500 in other untaxed income, such as tips or commission •income from savings /investments of £10,000 or more
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Accura Accountants Dec 16
When you’re self-employed, it’s up to you to let know your income for the year and pay the tax you owe. This is done through a self-assessment return. Get in touch to discuss your 2017/18 tax return, due for filing by 31st January 2019.
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Accura Accountants Nov 8
This month's Q&A covers tax and industry scheme.
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Accura Accountants Nov 8
It's crucial for any to keep up to date with latest tax information. See our website for tax tips and headlines
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
What the 2018 Budget means for UK house prices after – and how duty is changing
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
Five things you must know about Budget 2018
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
VAT: The registration and deregistration limits will remain frozen for 2 years at £85,000 and £83,000 respectively. The Government may look at introducing changes to the limit when the impact of Brexit is known.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
The Employment Allowance (which provides a £3,000 relief from the employer’s NIC bill) is to be restricted to employers with an NIC bill below £100,000 in their previous tax year. The restriction will have effect from 5 April 2020.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
Capital allowances : The Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) is to be increased to £1m (from £200,000) for all qualifying investment in plant and machinery made on or after 1 January 2019 until 31 December 2020.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
Non Residents : The Government will publish a consultation in January 2019 on a surcharge of 1% for non-residents buying residential property in England and Northern Ireland.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
Lifetime allowance to increase in line with CPI to £1,055,000 for 2019/20.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
’ Relief: From 6 April 2019 the minimum period throughout which the qualifying conditions for relief must be met will be extended from 12 months to 24 months.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
Tax-free personal allowance will increase to £12,500, and the higher rate tax threshold will increase to £50,000, in April 2019.
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Accura Accountants Oct 29
“Entrepreneurs’ tax relief rules tightened.
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Accura Accountants Oct 24
October questions and answers featuring capital gains tax tax
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Accura Accountants Oct 20
Hammond plans crack down on self employed not paying national insurance .
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Accura Accountants Oct 20
6 months to go until goes live for some . From 1/4/19 MTD for will become compulsory for VAT registered businesses with annual taxable supplies of over £85,000.Rules will make digital record keeping for VAT compulsory. For advice email info@accuramail.com
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