Capital gains tax (CGT) is payable when you sell an asset that has increased in value since you bought it. The rate varies based on several factors, such as your income and size of gain. For residential property, it maybe 18% or 28% of the gain (not the total sale price).
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When a business owner receives a notice stating that their tax return or their business is going to be audited, the first thing they should do is seek professional tax advice. This is common for all types of people; when they receive collection letters, they should get professional tax advice. Many issues can arise as a result of a failed tax payment.
An audit can provide numerous benefits to your business such as detecting fraud, planning and decision making. This is a guide about why you should audit your Small to Medium Enterprise. What is auditing? An audit helps to analyse your business financial records to improve accuracy. When auditing for small businesses, your businesses financial statements […]
Every sole trader needs a guide to managing their financials. Your financials could be anything from expenses to paying your employees. Regardless, knowing yourself, and what you spend daily will reduce your financial burden. This will guide will help get in check of your finances and provide you with useful steps. Don’t rely on yourself […]
When it comes to start-ups, there are many reasons why they aren’t successful. Start-ups are risky and need a lot of attention as there are lots to think about. If you are planning to start your own start-ups then, read on to find more about how start-ups fail. Reasons why start-ups fail Your product is […]
When it comes to the financial aspect of your company, it is helpful to set up a business bank account so that all the money coming in and out of your business is accounted for. It can get confusing to merge your personal account with your business income and outgoings. Read on to find out everything you need to know about Business Bank Accounts.
Understanding VAT can be complicated especially if you’re a business owner. This blog includes an explanation of what VAT is, the rate of VAT and points to ensure your VAT return suffices HMRC standards. If you’re a business owner, this guide is perfect for you.
Accounting can be a very difficult subject to understand completely; there are a variety of aspects that have to be covered for any business to succeed. all income has to be reported correctly meaning accountancy is even more crucial for a charity. Here’s why if you have a bad accountant, it could be terrible for your charity.
When it comes to small to medium enterprises, there can be a huge number of services required from accountants for success. From advisory services to auditing, it can be a chore to find out exactly what you need. In this blog, we’ll simplify these accounting practices and help you understand exactly how to get the best accounting and advisory services possible.
When starting a small business, it’s essential for you to make a decision on the structure that suits your operation. It can either be a self-employed (sole trader), a limited company or a partnership. Setting a business up as a sole trader has become the foremost popular legal structure within the UK. There were approximately 3.5 million sole proprietorships registered in 2019. Sole traders accounted for 60% of small businesses within the UK. Also in the UK, there are over 1.9 million limited companies, making it the second biggest legal structure.