Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "hmrc", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Beware of Directors' Loan Accounts

15th June 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Alison Withers Using directors' loan accounts as a device to help minimise their personal tax liabilities is often something accountants advise their clients to do. However they only work when the directors are also shareholders and ... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

Worried about a visit from VAT officers? Stay informed with information and advice from a UK VAT Spe

18th May 2012
As HMRC continue to drive compliance amongst businesses across all sectors, the number of individuals and organisations being visited by VAT officers has risen. The prospect of a visit from a VAT officer can be a daunting one, which is why we have set ... Read >
Author: William Pollard

HMRC Accused of not Properly Investigating Tax Payer Disputes | Kinsella Tax Investigations

16th February 2012
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have been criticised for not informing tax payers who dispute their bills that they have the right to have their tax complaint heard by the Adjudicator. 158,598 complaints have been made over ‘unfair demands’ since Septemb... Read >
Author: KinsellaTax

Set Up a Limited Company or simply Sole Proprietorship?

06th February 2012
Sole proprietorship is the basic model of business enterprise, which is certainly owned by an individual. In scenarios like husband and wife in the UK, one spouse really needs to be licensed as the sole proprietor and then the other can function as an emp... Read >
Author: Mark S Sorne

Deciding Between Limited Company and Sole Trader

06th February 2012
Sole proprietorship is the basic type of business enterprise, which is owned by an individual. In scenarios like married couple in the UK, one spouse has to be registered as being the sole proprietor and the other could work as an employee of the small bu... Read >
Author: Mark S Sorne

Permanent Health Insurance and Holiday Pay

26th January 2012
Permanent health insurance (PHI) is designed to provide incomes for an employee if he is are unable to work because of ill health.  Typically a PHI policy will pay 75% of an individual's salary until retirement.The decision of the House of Lords in String... Read >
Author: KateRussell

Bookkeeping, Accounting And Spreadsheet - Why It's So Important For Your Business

11th May 2011
Accurate bookkeeping is important for two reasons; to help you manage and grow your business and to comply with tax requirements. In a small business it is paramount that you keep in control of the finances. Obviously a lot of it is common-sense but accur... Read >
Author: Karleh
Bookmark and Share