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With a limited company, you have many opportunities to save tax. Are you taking advantage of them all? This guide helps you and your company save tax. Don’t pay more tax than you should.
Making Tax Digital, according to the government, is their plan to make it easier for businesses and individuals to get their taxes right.
When you sell most assets, Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is due. This is a tax on the increase in value of the asset during the time you’ve owned it.
Mounthurst Tax and Accounting has been awarded Xero Bronze Partner status in recognition of their ongoing partnership with Xero, commitment to staff certification, and the volume of clients who have been successfully onboarded to Xero.
If your company or business suffered losses during the Covid period (accounting periods ending between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2022 or the tax years 2020/2021 and 2021/2022), then you can now carry back those losses and set them off against your previous three years’ worth of profits.
Whilst we are an accountancy practice; we also provide advice to other accountancy practices.
Six pounds a week tax might not sound like much. But over the course of a year, it will pay for a night out! Learn how to claim tax relief for working from home.
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