Stockport Accountancy Services Ltd will produce accurate quarterly management accounts for your business. You will find that this is an invaluable management tool which will give you the opportunity to track your profits throughout the year. The importance of this cannot be understated – there should never be any unwelcome surprises at year-end. It can even ensure you know whether you can afford to start expanding your business, making financial decisions with the financial information required to back them up can be the key to a successful business.
The answer to this is no however, there are many reasons why the vast majority of limited company owners do use accountants, instead of doing the books themselves.
The right accoun
Outsourcing your credit control
Credit control is a vital part of running any business. A business owner has so many things to deal with when running a company that it is easy to t
Sole traders must register with HMRC and follow certain rules on running and naming their business.
If you’re a sole trader, you run your own business as an individual and are self
Free unlimited invoicing
Are you struggling with creating your sales invoices?
As an approved Debitoor accountant I can highly recommend their free unlimited invoicing system.
Start Up Loans
Loans and mentoring for people over 18 years old who are looking to start a business. Backed by the Business Bank.
To apply for a loan you m
A new law means that every employer must automatically enrol workers into a workplace pension scheme if they:
are aged between 22 and State Pension age
The new Enterprise Allowance can provide money and support to help people start their own business if they get certain benefits and have a business idea that could work. It’s part
If the employer provides a Christmas party for their employees no charge to tax arises if the cost of the event per head does not exceed £150 .
The figure of £150 is not an allowa
Clients please check you 2013/14 P800 tax calculation, as they may be wrong due to errors by HMRC!
HMRC has apologised for worry and inconvenience caused to taxpayers by the issue
You need to tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) if your additional income hasn’t been taxed through either:
•your main job•another Pay As You Earn (PAYE) scheme•Self Assessment
Are you a landlord?
HMRC is writing to letting agents in the UK, asking them to provide details of the properties they have let in 2012/13, including the amount collected per prop