Scott & Wilkinson Blog | Archive 2016 02

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Don't be late filing your company accounts

Date: 04/02/16

Businesses are being warned to prepare their company accounts on time as new data shows that businesses in the UK have already been fined more than £65 million since April last year. The figures released by Companies House show that between April... Read More

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Don't ignore the taxmans demand's

Date: 22/02/16

Businesses are warned not to ignore accelerated payment notices (APNs) from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), after the department revealed that it raised more than £2 billion from the scheme in 2015. APNs were introduced in 2014 to recover disputed... Read More

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Plan now for the end of the tax year

Date: 24/02/16

Individuals are remidned to use all the tax reliefs and allowances available to them before the current tax year ends on 5 April 2016 in order to minimise liabilities.  There are a number of investment and tax planning ideas that should be... Read More

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