We are ready for #MTD with @QuickBooksUK. Great event today guys. — HullJady (@hulljady) October 17, 2018
We’ll see you there…………………………!
We are delighted to have strengthened our position as a leading local cloud accountancy practice by becoming Quickbooks Platinum partners. We have been at the vanguard of the cloud accounting movement for many years and are long standing Xero Champion partners, with a locally unrivaled breadth and depth of Xero expertise. Quickbooks Online has benefited(…)
HullJady are proud sponsors of this year’s Wigan Jazz Festival which is being held at Robin Park Sports Centre from 12th to 15th July 2018. Come and join us to see great artists like Curtis Stigers and the Ronnie Scotts Big Band as well as many others. We’ll see you there!
We listened to the Budget last week with a sense that it was designed to negatively impact those with their own businesses – in other words, people like our clients. Then, just as we were spell-checking this newsletter prior to pressing “send”, the Chancellor announced a reversal of his decision to increase rates of National(…)
The VAT Flat Rate Scheme (FRS) is a simplified VAT scheme used by many small businesses. It can be beneficial for a business to register under the flat rate scheme because less VAT is payable to HMRC than the total of VAT charged less VAT suffered by the business. Consequently, some businesses are VAT registered(…)
We wrote about MTD in our previous newsletter and predicted that if past performance is anything to go by, HMRC might not be ready for their own deadline. Sure enough, in the Spring Budget it was announced that there would be a one-year deferral of the mandating of Making Tax Digital for Business, for unincorporated(…)
Corporation tax The current rate is 20%. From 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2020, the rate will be 19%. From 1 April 2020, the rate will be 17%.
Two recent announcements from The Pensions Regulator (“TPR”) make it even more important for employers to meet their Auto Enrolment obligations. Firstly TPR will be carrying out spot checks on businesses it has reason to believe are not complying with their AE obligations. The checks will be carried out with only a very short period(…)
At the final “Meet the Mayor” session run by Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, the interim Mayor of Greater Manchester Tony Lloyd spoke to an invited audience about his hopes for the future of the region and his thoughts on what the first elected mayor’s role and priorities should be. Mr Lloyd thought that amongst(…)