In the August editon of O&K News
Introduction to our Partner Organisations – We’re adding value all the time
Details about an exclusive Free Seminar – Invite– Only 5 Places Available
Making Tax Digital – Some Good News For You
Plus FREE Business Guides – For you to download
Welcome to the Summer edition of O&K News
Please do not hesitate to contact us on 020 8686 7756 for additional information about any of these articles.
Partner Organisations – More Services – Greater Expertise
This enables us, through them, to provide first class financial advice in a wide range of areas.
Opus Business Services.
We are pleased to say that one of the Partners at Opus – Jo Rolls,
is an integral part of our specialist advice team. Opus are a highly specialised business services practice that we refer our clients turn to when faced with the most daunting of business challenges.Opus offers many unique services, and you can see those HERE
Mantle Financial Planning
Since 2005 Mantles have been working with us to provide comprehensive financial solutions for our clients. They are an amazing Chartered Financial Planning firm, and provide a wide range
of financial services.
Our primary contact at Mantles is Sean O’Shea, who has been an IFA for over 20 years.
See how Mantles may be able to help you HERE
Alison Lynch of Abbey Tax – is a Research and Development Tax credits specialist,and is an important part of our expert team. She has dedicated her entire career liaising with H M Revenue & Customs on changes to R & D tax relief and making claims.
As a result over the past 10 years she has claimed back in excess £30 million cash for thousands of her clients.
See the range of services Alison is able to help you with HERE
HMRC – Making Tax Digital – Now there’s a delay !
HMRC has now announced significant changes to the roll-out of its Making Tax Digital scheme, which was due to go live from April 2018.
Following feedback and concerns about the broad scope and short timescales from parliamentary bodies, businesses, the accounting profession and software companies, the scope and timetable have now been changed as follows:
- Only businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold will have to keep digital records and only for VAT purposes. They will only need to do so from 2019.
- Businesses will not be asked to keep digital records or update HMRC quarterly for other taxes until at least 2020, instead of 2018 as originally proposed.
- Small businesses will be able to file digitally on a voluntary basis for other taxes
We believe that it’s crucial that businesses are given adequate time to adapt to new methods of compliance record-keeping. Also where possible, any new rules should also improve productivity, and not just satisfy HMRC’s own agenda.
As ever we’ll keep you informed of future developments.
We have been invited by www.acitylawfirm.com to present at an invite only seminar, also co-hosted by Nat West.
The event will contain lots of useful information about the legal aspects of business, plus business planning, growing your business and some very useful tax advice.
We have 5 places available for this exclusive event, which will take place in London on Wednesday 13th September.
For your exclusive invite e-mail us HERE, and we will reserve your place. It’s first come. first served.Full details will be provided in due course.
Our new website features useful free business info guides on a regular basis. You can download one of these booklets HERE.
Subjects range from HMRC Tax Investigations, to info about Cloud Accounting and much more. The latest free guide gives you a useful insight into R&D Tax Credits.