Category: BNW Accountants

Accountants in London - Sole Trader Vs Limited Company

Accountants in London – Sole Trader Vs Limited Company

There is a significant difference between running business accountants in London as a sole trader or as a limited company. Many people may not know it or do not understand it properly. Here in this blog, we will evaluate those differences. Let’s have a look.  Accounting and Tax Return Policies         Sole […]

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Overview of Making Tax Digital for Tax Returns and VAT

Overview of Making Tax Digital for Tax Returns and VAT

Making Tax Digital (MTD) is an initiative of the UK government that it took in 2015. It characterizes transformation to the way in which taxpayers record their financial transactions and submit their tax returns online. According to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), MTD is intended to make management easier, effective, and efficient for all taxpayers […]

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HMRC Self Assessment Tax Returns Penalties

HMRC Self Assessment Tax Returns Penalties

As most of us know HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is UK’s Government department for dealing with the state taxes for all individuals & businesses, it collects the money paid by the UK public and assists targeted families and people with financial support. HMRC runs a system called Self Assessment tax return for collecting income […]

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Tax Returns Claim on Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) Method

Tax Returns Claim on Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) Method

Capital allowance can be claimed when a business buys assets to be used in the business. As the asset is used for business purpose and would lose its value for wear & tear, therefore, the value of the asset can be deducted from profits before paying tax. However, there are different rules for different assets and […]

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A Brief Introduction of UK Taxation System

A Brief Introduction of UK Taxation System

Know about a Brief Introduction of UK Taxation System UK government collects revenues mainly from: Income tax, National Insurance contributions, Value-added tax (VAT), and Corporation Tax Income Tax An income tax is a tax that governments impose on income generated by individuals or entities i.e. wages, salaries, commissions, dividends, interests, rents, etc. The income Tax […]

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VAT margin Schemes

VAT margin schemes

VAT margin schemes tax the difference between what you paid for an item and what you sold it for, rather than the full selling price. You pay VAT at 16.67% (one-sixth) on the difference. You can choose to use a margin scheme when you sell: Second-hand goods Works of art Antiques Collectors’ items You can’t use a margin […]

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Contractors - Tax Deductible Expenses as a - What You Can Claim

Accountant for Contractor Tax Deductible Expenses to Claim

When you are a freelance accountant for a contractor you will incur certain costs. Some of these can be claimed before taxes are applied – i.e. they are ‘tax-deductible’. It is therefore important that as a contractor, you know what counts as a valid expense, so you can keep your tax bill as low as […]

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Contractors - PAYE Accountants and National Insurance

Contractors – PAYE Accountants and National Insurance

Income tax and National Insurance contributions, or NICs, are payable on the salary that you pay yourself out of your limited company’s turnover. It is common for contractors who are not caught by IR35 to pay themselves a very low salary (e.g. minimum wage) to keep income tax and NICs to a minimum, taking the […]

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Contractor Accounting and Taxation

Contractor Accounting and Taxation

The Contractor accounting and Taxation Liability are selling their services through a limited company falls into three areas: Corporation Tax; Tax Payable On Dividends; And PAYE/National Insurance. Corporation Tax The most important tax liability that applies to limited companies is Corporation Tax. This is a levy on your company’s profits, that is to say, the money […]

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Bookkeeping Services for Financial Records

Penalties for Landlords

Reporting to HMRC To avoid penalties for landlords, you must tell HMRC when you start renting out a property and you may have to pay tax return. If you don’t, you could be charged a penalty. You must report income from property rental if you receive:   £2,500 or more from the property after deducting […]

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