Recent headlines have been dominated by the news of National Insurance increases and a new health and social care tax - but when will our contributions rise, and what does it mean for your business? Let's recap exactly what's changing, by how much, and when. If you need any ...
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After a full year and a half, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or what's become universally known as furlough, ends this month on 30th September. While around three million people are now back to work, there remain many businesses that are just starting to resume normal...
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All UK businesses have doubtless heard of Making Tax Digital (MTD). While MTD isn't mandatory for all VAT returns until April 2022, the SAS Accounting team regularly hears from clients concerned about the endless reminders and wanting to know what they can do to prepare! The...
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Over the last year, the work from home revolution has transformed the way many businesses operate. It's also common for limited company owners to put in extra hours away from the office or to operate primarily from home. Inevitably, that means some of your work is carried ou...
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The Job Retention Scheme seems to have been around forever, and something around eleven million workers have benefited from over the last few months. Now, furlough isn't suddenly falling off a cliff (the scheme runs until September 2021), but it is about to change. Here we'v...
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Aside from the slight stumbling block on the 'lockdown route map', most British businesses are now back at work or expecting to reopen in the next four weeks. However, the SAS Accounting team works with hundreds of small companies and sole traders, some of whom feel that the...
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Over the last year, we've seen a range of financial support initiatives, grants and loans. Those included the: Coronavirus Interruption Loans (CBILS and CLBILS)Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) As these programmes come to an end, many businesses have been left concerned about h...
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Each tax year, directors need to make decisions about how to structure their remuneration. Typically, that includes a basic salary and dividends. The optimal salary depends on several factors:Whether they have additional income or employment.Their income tax bracket and appl...
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Just before the start of this new 2021/22-tax year, HMRC announced changes to how crypto assets - those funds held in or earned through cryptocurrencies - are taxed. As a relatively new concept, there is a great deal of confusion about the legality and declaration requiremen...
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One of the most popular services the SAS Accounting team offers is payroll processing. We appreciate that managing staff, calculating tax and National Insurance deductions, applying allowances and producing accurate, on-time reporting can be a substantial pressure for many b...
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