Let’s be honest with each other: you’re on this page because you KNOW your business NEEDS proper accountancy advice. And you know how important it is to get this right first time.
But you aren’t quite ready to part with hard cash for professional advice, tailored to your specific business. I know how you feel – that was me, once upon a time.
Well, at least you’re not basing serious decisions about your business and your tax position on what your mate on Facebook said. Right…..? 🤔
So here’s a half-way house for you. Scroll down for generic advice from a qualified professional, free of charge. If these guides answer your questions, great. All I’ll ask is you consider a donation to the amazing people at Music For All, a UK-based charity.
But if you’re thinking ‘Actually, my business is too important to leave to chance’, then please go ahead and book a test drive to see how my full VIP service can really help you to reach your goals.
P.S. I’m constantly adding new guides – if there’s a topic you think I’m missing, get in touch and I’ll add it to the list!
SHOULD I ‘GO LIMITED’?
I’m glad you asked. You’re not alone. And for goodness’ sake don’t think there’s one answer that fits everyone.
Even within the realms of a limited company there are various options you need to think about. And you don’t get a second chance to form your company, so do it right first time.
What’s the most tax-efficient way to pay myself?
This is the NUMBER ONE question I see asked on Facebook business forums. And quite rightly – you’re only in business to earn money, and paying a ton of tax by accident is no fun.
So we’ve put our guide to getting cash out of your company and the very top of the page. Grab a brew, and enjoy!
Do I Need To Register for VAT?
If you think you’re approaching the VAT threshold, that’s a GOOD THING – you’re clearly doing something right. But the taxman might be about to take a 20% cut of your sales. Ouch.
This guide will explain what being VAT registered is all about, whether it’ll be good or bad for your business, and even whether you should register register voluntarily – even if you’re miles from the £85,000 threshold.
What Happens When I Sell A House?
A big shake-up in the Capital Gains Tax rules mean you (probably) need to report the sale to HMRC – and pay tax – within THIRTY DAYS of sale. In other words, it’s no good waiting until you complete your annual tax return. Unless you enjoy £1,600 of late-filing penalties.
This guide will tell you how and when you need to complete the new “30 Day CGT Return”. Or, we can take all the hassle away from you – just give me a call.
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We don’t take ourselves too seriously (you’ve probably got that message). But we do take your finances and your business success very seriously. It’s why we do what we do.
If you’re tired of being just a ‘client code’ and are ready for an accountant who is more in tune with your business – and with you as a person – give us a call.
Most of our clients pay between £200 and £300 per month for “the works”, and a really close relationship with their Chartered Accountant. For smaller businesses, your minimum investment is £125 per month. If you are just starting out, we might not be for you yet.
Not running a business but simply need your tax affairs taken care of? The minimum investment here is from £35 per month. All costs are +VAT.
Hop over to our pricing page for more information. Or, if you’re ready, go ahead and book a half-hour test drive.