What Information Do You Need to Submit to Your Accountant For Self Assessment

The Self Assessment Tax Return is on it’s way out. Making Tax Digital (MTD) is going to change how all small businesses owners, freelancers and partnerships calculate how much tax they owe. However, MTD is still “on the way”, which means the current Self Assessment tax return is still current and will be needed this year.…


Business Accounting Trends To Look Out For In 2018

The New Year is almost upon us. It is likely that the pace of change for small business will continue in 2018. Here are three business accounting trends that we believe will affect small businesses in the coming year. …


Autumn Budget 2017 – Business Tax Implications

Since the budget statement in November, a number of further details have been released. This week, we have a look at the tax implications for small business in Stockport.…


Review of the Budget – 2 Weeks On

It’s been two weeks since the Autumn Budget. Our initial reactions remain the same, but with more information published in the follow up, it’s time to take a deeper look at the implications for Stockport small businesses.…


Cloud Accounting – Soon To Be A Necessity For All Businesses

There are a number of implications for Stockport small businesses that came out of last week’s budget. We will be picking over them in future blogs. But one thing that has not changed, and will remain on track (for the time being at least), is Making Tax Digital (MTD).

We look at the benefits and implications of Making Tax Digital, and the cloud accounting for businesses that must come with it. …


Autumn Budget 2017 – Initial Reactions for Small Business

The Autumn budget is out. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP has delivered his Autumn Budget 2017 speech in the House of Commons today.

Analysts and economists will be pouring over the details in the next few days. But there are some major announcements that were expected, and some that definitely weren’t.

Steven Glicher takes us through the initial highlights that might affect small business.…


VAT Threshold Cut Proposed in Latest Report Could Spell Additional Pain for Stockport Small Business

Stockport small businesses face being brought into VAT if the government accepts the Office of Tax Simplification VAT reforms that have been recommended.

This week, the Office of Tax Simplification has made several recommendations to the government regarding VAT. The implications of this report might be felt across the small business community, as the outstanding recommendation is that the VAT threshold is cut dramatically, to bring numerous SMEs and small businesses under the VAT umbrella for the first time.…


Three More Autumn Budget Predictions

Like many in the financial world, we are preparing for first full autumn budget. This week, we are looking at three more predictions that could well affect Stockport business owners.…


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