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January 2019

8 reasons why your business should invest in cloud accounting

What is cloud accounting? Cloud accounting uses software that is hosted on remote servers rather than on a company’s own servers. Data is sent to and stored in "the cloud," where it is processed and returned to the user - all application functions are performed off-site and not on the user's desktop.

What can you give away before the end of the tax year?

You can give away £3,000 worth of gifts each tax year (6 April to 5 April) without them being added to the value of your estate. This is known as your ‘annual exemption’.

Are you ready for the VAT filing changes?

A reminder that from 1 April 2019, VAT registered traders with turnover in excess of the current VAT registration limit, £85,000, will need to file returns after 1 April 2019 linked to HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) systems.  

What are your tax planning options for 2018-19?

Options for adopting 99% of tax planning opportunities for 2018-19 ends on 5 April 2019, just a couple of months away. This applies equally to individuals and all businesses with an accounting year end close to, but prior to 5 April 2019.  

Tax Diary February 2019

Important tax dates for February.

What is the government doing to prepare us for Brexit?

According to a recent announcement on the GOV.UK website, preparations include: • Recruitment of 700 new staff to work on EU Exit policy using additional funding allocated by HM Treasury for Brexit preparedness.  

How will the reverse VAT charge for construction work?

From 1st October 2019 a VAT reverse charge will apply in the UK to supplies of construction services, this will mean that around 300,000 construction businesses will be required to change their accounting systems. 

Plan your money 2019

2019 is set to be a year of changes for finances, with everything from council tax, state pension payments and inheritance tax set to change. Find out about the changes below and how your finances could be affected.

Accountants Moore add to growing restructuring and insolvency team

As part of its commitment to broaden services and to meet increasing client demand, Chris Tate FCA, has joined Moore (South) LLP’s leading Restructuring and Insolvency team as a director.

Would a digital services tax do more bad than good?

In the autumn budget, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond proposed the UK implement a ‘digital services tax’ on sales by technology giants. 

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