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What Is Tax Relief And Can I Claim Any?
For those who want to know more about tax relief, how to claim it, and eligibility for claims, this post will take you through everything you need to know about tax relief.
Sole Trader Bookkeeping: An Essential Guide
Bookkeepers offer tailored services for these sole traders, which may differ from your traditional accounting and bookkeeping services.
What Is The EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme)?
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is a government-backed initiative in the United Kingdom aimed at spurring investment in small and early-stage companies.
Understanding UK Tax Codes: A Comprehensive Guide
When you’re not an accountant or a financial whizz, tax codes aren’t common knowledge. In fact, they can simply look like a bunch of numbers and symbols that make no sense.
UK Rental Income Tax: A Guide for Landlords
Taxes aren’t the most entertaining topic, especially for landlords. Mainly because they can be challenging to understand when you aren’t a trained accountant.
Does My Charity Need an Independent Examination?
If you run a charity in the UK, there are certain responsibilities you have to take care of, including financial transparency and accountability.
A Guide to Overseas Workday Relief
If you are a tax resident of the United Kingdom but are living overseas, you may be able to claim Overseas Workday Relief (OWR). Essentially, this means that the earnings you make during your time overseas will be deemed…
When Do I Need To Register For VAT?
If you run a business in the UK, it can be challenging to understand when to register for value-added tax (VAT). There are certain circumstances under which businesses are legally obligated to register for VAT.
What Does a Bookkeeper Do?
Bookkeepers form an integral part of any finance team. The role of a bookkeeper is to keep tabs on all financial income and outgoings for a company or individual trader.
What Is A Tax Reference Number And Where Do I Find It?
Each employer or pension provider has a unique set of digits used to identify their tax records with HMRC (His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs). These digits are what is known as a tax reference number.
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