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November Bulletin

In our monthly bulletin we summarise the latest Tax and Business advice and changes to keep you informed.  Click on the headings for further information and if you would like to discuss any of the points raised, call us on 01625 669669.
  • Interest rates rise - The Bank of England has raised interest rates from 0.25% to 0.5%, the first rate rise in ten years.
  • Autumn Budget wishlist - With the Chancellor's first Autumn Budget due to be presented on 22 November, professional bodies and business groups are setting out their Budget wishlists.
  • Simple Assessment - HMRC have changed the way in which they will assess some taxpayers removing the need for these individuals to complete a Self Assessment Tax Return.

Ladies in Business – 29th November 2017

The date for the Winter Ladies in Business event has been announced as Wednesday 29th November 2017 and will be held from 6.00-8.00pm at Jobling Gowler Solicitors offices in Macclesfield (250 Park Lane, SK11 8AD) This will be our last chance to attend a Ladies in Business event this year and we finish 2017 off in style with the opportunity to view the Outline art exhibition* at Jobling Gowler. You will have the opportunity to network with like-minded local business women over food and a complementary drink supplied by the hosts.  Once again there will be a raffle on the night to raise money for our chosen charity of the year; Just Drop in Places are limited and can be booked online Harts Accountants work in partnership with the Royal Bank...

Remember Remember the Dividend Tax Payment

Not quite as catchy as the traditional Bonfire night rhyme but important to remember. Recent changes to personal tax mean that many Directors of businesses who take their money in the form of dividends will face a tax liability for the first time in January 2018. Previously a basic rate tax payer effectively received their dividends tax free. Now the first £5,000 is taxed at 0% and the remainder (up to higher rate) at 7.5%. For higher rate tax payers the effective rates have increased from 25% to 32.5%. Under self assessment, an individual makes tax payments in January and July equal to half of the previous year’s tax liability with any remaining tax due the following January. Payments on account in January and July 2017 for many individuals were not required because they had no tax liability for...

The Business Club – 6th December 2017

Even the boss needs advice and support The next Business Club in conjunction with SAS Daniels LLP will take place on Wednesday 6th December 2017. Our guest speaker at this event will be Terry Hayward of The Alternative Board who will share some of the insights, advice and different perspectives of the many business owners he has worked with during this time. The Alternative Board or TAB as it’s known, has been helping small and medium sized businesses grow for over 26 years.   Terry has been running TBA in the SK postcode region since 2013 and works with small and medium sized businesses to help business owners and leaders achieve their own ambitions. Prior to TAB, Terry worked as a  police officer in London followed by 15 years in adventure travel and five years in IT. He...

Business Newswire – October

Welcome to our monthly newswire designed to keep you informed of the latest business and tax issues. Please contact us on 01625 669669 if you have any questions. Remember, we're here to help.