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  • 19th November 2021

    When Not To Claim Capital Allowances

    For tax purposes, the method of claiming asset depreciation is known as Capital Allowances (CAs). These operate on a reducing pool of value basis using HMRC-prescribed rates ranging from 2% to 100% depending on the asset (and tax year) involved.

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  • 18th November 2021

    Software tips – Banking Rules

    With harvest nearing an end and cultivations well underway, we appreciate that many have even less time to spend in the office than usual. That’s why, now more than ever, your accounting software needs to work for you. We’ve compiled a list of ten accounting software hints and tips covering a range of software options, designed to save you time in the office, at no extra expense to you. Here is tip number ten.

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  • 11th November 2021

    Software tips – Banking Feeds

    With harvest nearing an end and cultivations well underway, we appreciate that many have even less time to spend in the office than usual. That’s why, now more than ever, your accounting software needs to work for you. We’ve compiled a list of ten accounting software hints and tips covering a range of software options, designed to save you time in the office, at no extra expense to you. Here is tip number nine.

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  • 4th November 2021

    Software tips – Repeating Transactions

    With harvest nearing an end and cultivations well underway, we appreciate that many have even less time to spend in the office than usual. That’s why, now more than ever, your accounting software needs to work for you. We’ve compiled a list of ten accounting software hints and tips covering a range of software options, designed to save you time in the office, at no extra expense to you. Here is tip number eight.

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  • 28th October 2021

    R & D spending gets Budget boost

    In a budget where Covid 19 was notable by its absence, Rishi Sunak announced a number of measures which had been pre-briefed to the press with a focus on spending increases across the board and little in the way of unexpected tax increases.

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  • 28th October 2021

    Personal Tax & Corporate Tax Post Autumn 2021 Budget comments

    Personal Tax & Corporate Tax Post Autumn 2021 Budget Comments from Personal Tax Director, Matt Herd and Corporate Tax Partner, Katie Varney.

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  • 28th October 2021

    Do the Numbers Stack Up?

    The Chancellor spent a considerable proportion of this Autumn 2021 Budget making substantial spending pledges. Often such spending pledges are accompanied by tax increases. However, the (natural) fear of tax increases now overlooks several key points.

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  • 27th October 2021

    Software tips – Attaching PDF Invoices

    With harvest nearing an end and cultivations well underway, we appreciate that many have even less time to spend in the office than usual. That’s why, now more than ever, your accounting software needs to work for you. We’ve compiled a list of ten accounting software hints and tips covering a range of software options, designed to save you time in the office, at no extra expense to you. Here is tip number seven.

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  • 25th October 2021

    Personal Tax & Corporate Tax Autumn 2021 Budget Predictions

    Personal Tax & Corporate Tax Autumn Budget 2021 Predictions from Personal Tax Director, Matt Herd and Corporate Tax Partner, Katie Varney.

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  • 21st October 2021

    The Let Property Campaign

    With HMRC recently having struck a deal with “Air BnB” to obtain the income details of all of their 225,000 UK “hosts”, if you have current or historic undeclared rental income, you really should bring your affairs up to date and declare any issues sooner rather than later.

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