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Archive for March, 2014

Beat The Taxman – How To Make Simple Tax Savings

Legal, ethical tax savings – how difficult can that be for small businesses? Comedian Jimmy Carr was mocked over it, Radio DJ Chris Moyles also failed spectacularly at it, Amazon, Google, Starbucks and Vodafone have all had a stab at it. So what chance have small business owners got to make legal, simple tax savings?[…] Read more »

VAT Invoice: A Handy Guide To Help You Get It Right

If you are VAT registered, whenever you supply goods or services to someone else who is VAT registered you must give them a VAT invoice. Below is a handy list of everything you need to include so that you can get it right first time.

Small Business VAT Guide

If your annual sales are below the UK VAT threshold (currently £82,000) you do not need to register for VAT. However, you may want to register voluntarily if: – your sales are mainly to VAT registered businesses and you want to claim back VAT on your costs

A Simple Tip To Help You Get More Things Done

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a simple tip that could help you get more things done. The good news is – there is. The key to this simple tip and to effective time management in general is not to try and pack even more things into a single day.  The key to is to get the right things done.

Watch Out! Employment Allowance Is Not For Nannies

A generous new Employment Allowance has been introduced by the Government. It is available from 4th April 2014. If you are an eligible employer, you can reduce your employer Class 1 NICs by up to £2,000 each tax year.