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Monthly Archives: November 2014

The value of interim accounts

Many business readers of this blog will have their accounting year end set to coincide with the tax year end. For convenience, the end of March. As we approach the end of the calendar year you might want to consider … Continue reading

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Update on State Pension changes

The government has launched a public information campaign to ensure everyone knows what the State Pension changes mean for them. With just over 500 days to go, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith and Pensions Minister Steve Webb have … Continue reading

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What is the rush

Readers who still need to file their 2014 self-assessment tax return may be asking themselves what’s the rush? After all, the deadline for filing the return is not until 31 January 2015: more than two months away.   In fact … Continue reading

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Seven year ban for inadequate accounting records

It would seem that errant directors are not only being pursued by HMRC for sloppy accounting procedures. The Insolvency Service is now taking a more active interest. Daniel Mark Holloway, the sole registered director of Holloways Contract Services, based in … Continue reading

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Selling personal possessions and capital gains tax

There are a number of personal assets that you can sell without a risk that you are creating a CGT liability. They include: your car individual personal possessions worth up to £6,000 each, such as jewellery, paintings or antiques stocks … Continue reading

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