Accountancy

L is for losses

L is for losses

L is for losses – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips If you are self employed and you make a loss or have a share of a loss in a partnership, you might be able to get a tax refund. A loss occurs when you have more business expenses than business income. You can use …

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J is for Joint ownership!

J is for Joint ownership!

J is for Joint ownership! – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips If you are married, you often own assets jointly as a couple and therefore split the income or gains. If you don’t then it may be beneficial for tax purposes to consider transferring, so they are jointly owned. This does need to be …

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H is for Home Office

H is for Home Office

H is for Home Office – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips This is such a big topic this year for obvious reasons. Working from home looks likely to continue for some time, so what can you claim? There is tax relief for working from home for employees, directors and self-employed. Employees If you must …

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G is for Gift Aid

G is for Gift Aid

G is for Gift Aid – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips If you are a higher rate taxpayer then there are various tax reliefs you may be entitled to.  If you make charitable donations with Gift Aid, then you may be able to reduce your tax bill!  What is Gift Aid? Gift Aid is …

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F is for Fixed Assets

F is for Fixed Assets

F is for Fixed Assets – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips Nearly all businesses will have fixed assets, but you may not realise what the fixed assets are in your business. What is a fixed asset? A Fixed Asset is something that a business: gets with the intention of keeping for a long-term period …

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I is for incorporation

I is for Incorporation

I is for Incorporation – A to Z Accountancy Top Tips Whether an existing sole trader or new start up, clients often ask if they should incorporate their business. To incorporate a business means that a new or existing business registers as a limited company at Companies House. It is not compulsory to be a …

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A Is For Accountant!

A is for accountant! – A TO Z ACCOUNTANCY TOP TIPS You might be thinking like many business owners if you really need an accountant, maybe it’s a cost you can save if you do it yourself, but DIY finances aren’t for everyone. You might just be starting out or already up and looking to …

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