Vacancy – Manager (Qualified Accountant)

with No Comments

VACANCY NOW FILLED – THANK YOU FOR ALL INTERESTED RESPONSES     Due to our continued success and growth we have a further vacancy for a qualified accountant.  This managerial role is varied and technically interesting.  The role includes study support for the CTA exams. If you are interested in this vacancy please download the […]

VAT on Customer Entertainment

with No Comments

In general VAT rules the input VAT on customer entertainment is not reclaimable by the company. However, you should note that if customer entertainment is relating to overseas customers, and is reasonable, then the input VAT is reclaimable.

Room Hire in Relation to Customers and Prospects

with No Comments

The cost of hiring a room to entertain customers or prospects is normally not tax deductible. However, if there was a presentation involved (HMRC suggest that photographic evidence is obtained) then the cost of the hire of the room become tax deductible. The cost of any food and drink provided during this entertainment remains non […]

Tax treatment of Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) and Solar Panels

with No Comments

The Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) scheme was introduced on 1 April 2010, under powers in the Energy Act 2008.  There are three financial benefits from FITs: Generation tariff – the electricity supplier of your choice will pay you for each unit (kilowatt) of electricity you generate. Export tariff – if you generate electricity that you don’t […]

IT Support Wanted

with No Comments

We are looking for someone to help us with IT issues.  We think we currently need about three to five days of work.  We will be happy to pay market rates for an appropriate freelancer or IT contractor. The work will include specifying and setting up servers, desktop machines and networks; some programming; database work […]

Employment Status – New judgement ignores contract

with No Comments

A long running case based on whether individuals were self employed or employed has now been decided by the Supreme Court.  In Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher & Ors [2011] UKSC 41 it was found that individuals providing work were workers and not self employed. In this case the reality of the situation has been found […]

Free Business Training Event – Business Formats

with No Comments

We are holding a brand new event at Hub Kings Cross on Wednesday 24 August at 12.30pm.   This is a talk by David Wilsdon about the following topics: 1                                               Sole traders and Partnerships 2                                               LLPs 3                                               Limited Companies 4                                               Limited by Guarantee (aka “not for profit”) 5                                               Community Interest Companies (CICs) 6                                               Charities 7                                               Industrial […]

Please send us your old mobile phones

with No Comments

We are collecting old mobile phones for recycling. Each phone that we collect will pay for one tree to be planted at a new woodland called OLLY-Wood. Land owners on Boars Hill, Oxford have kindly agreed to establish the OLLY-Wood on their land. The scheme is being run by FoneTwigs. Their charity partners are: Help […]

1 61 62 63 64 65