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It's that time of year again

Its that time of year where you need to start thinking about your investments and particularly your stock ISA, if you haven't already. Remember if you don't use it you lose it!
Published in Accountancy & Tax
You might've heard rumblings across the Research and Development landscape about the UK government's new Advance Assurance scheme for R&D claims. So, what's all the fuss about? Is the system going to have a real impact, or is it just another hoop to jump through? Let's take a look and see what it's all about.
Published in Accountancy & Tax
Over the pas week or so, we have highlighted the best ways to plan your finances.  Here is a summary.
Published in Accountancy & Tax
There are a multitude of ways to extract profits from your company. However, it is important to pick the best option to suit you as each method has implications – not just for tax, but for your business as a whole.
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Formulating an estate plan that minimises your tax liability is essential. The more you have, the less you should leave to chance.
Published in Accountancy & Tax
The company car can be an important part of the remuneration package for many employees – and a crucial business tool for employers. However, tax and national insurance costs could mean that the company car is not the most tax-efficient option for either employer or employee.
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Capital allowances allow the costs of capital assets to be written off against taxable profits. In recent years the Government has been generous with the rates of capital allowances in an attempt to help businesses and encourage greener investment.
Published in Accountancy & Tax
Planning for your retirement may not be at the top of your agenda, but with the state pension in 2015/16 worth less than £10,000, it is vital to start thinking about how you will fund your life after work.
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ISAs have undergone significant changes in recent years, and the rules are now much simpler when it comes to investing in these popular ‘tax-free’ savings vehicles.
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If your income exceeds £100,000 you will already be paying tax at 40% – this begins when taxable income exceeds £31,785 – but your personal allowances are also clawed back by £1 for every £2 by which your adjusted net income exceeds £100,000.
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