Category: Limited Company Advice

Tax tips and topics of interest for clients who operate through Limited Companies

How to Easily Set Up Your Employees Pension Scheme

If you're an employer, you need to enroll in the Workplace Pension Scheme.

Every employer in the UK must place their staff into a pension scheme and make contributions into it. This is known as ‘automatic enrolment’ and became a legal requirement under the 2008 Pensions Act.

Posted in Limited Company Advice, Small Business Advice

Claim Your £2,000 NI Allowance

The new employment allowance (EA) could cut your NI bill by £2,000. HMRC recently published its guide on how and when you can claim it. What’s the full story?

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A Good Budget For Companies?

The Chancellor crammed a lot into Budget 2014, including one or two pleasant surprises. What are the key changes for you and your company?

Posted in Business News, Limited Company Advice, Local Business News, Small Business Advice, Tax Tips

How To Collect VAT Before You’re Registered

If you’ve applied to register a new or existing business for VAT, but you’re waiting for your registration number, when should you charge VAT for your customers and what’s the procedure for collecting it?

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Suing A Limited Company And Enforcing Judgment

When suing a limited company, there are a number of checks worth making to improve the chance of enforcement, should that prove necessary.

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Putting Family On The Payroll?

CORPORATION TAX One of our client wanted to put his teenage son on the company payroll to help him with his finances, but was worried what HMRC would say about this. Can his company claim a tax deduction for his

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Setting Your Salary For The New Tax Year

In December the Chancellor confirmed changes to the personal tax and NI limits for 2013/14. In view of this at what level should you set your salary (and dividends) for maximum tax efficiency?

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