Jason Jones (Ramsey)

Jason joined our Peterborough office in 1989 where he qualified, initially as an accounting technician in 1993 and then going on to study for the Chartered Certified qualification. He became a full member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in 2005, achieving fellowship status in 2010.

Working primarily from our Ramsey office, Jason is responsible for a portfolio of general practice clients including our Peterborough office clients, he is also part of our audit and corporate team and our expert in Crowdfunding.

Away from the office he can usually be found exploring the Lake District.

My Latest Blogs
4th May 2020 Coronavirus Bounce Back Loan Scheme Now Open for Applications

Key features of the BBLS:   The scheme is a 100% government backed initiative for small businesses.   You can apply* for a loan between £2,000 and £50,000 (up to a maximum of 25% annual turnover), for 6 years.   No repayments required for the first 12 months, and you won’t pay any charges should…

4th May 2020 Self-employed invited to get ready to make their claims for Coronavirus support

The claims service will open ahead of schedule on 13 May with money in bank accounts by 25 May.   HMRC have announced that from today (4 May) businesses can either go online to check their eligibility or wait to be contacted by HMRC.   https://www.gov.uk/government/news/self-employed-invited-to-get-ready-to-make-their-claims-for-coronavirus-covid-19-support   Scams   HMRC will contact eligible customers to…

30th July 2018 Tax Rules on Holiday Homes

So, you enjoyed your break in a holiday cottage to the extent that you’re considering investing to make money from a similar property of your own. Jason Jones has this advice because a Furnished Holiday Let is a special type of property business where very different tax rules apply.   These Lets can be seen…

12th August 2016 CIS Administration

Builders: Problems obtaining CIS refunds from HMRC ? Over recent years many limited company subcontractors working in the construction industry have experienced problems and delays in obtaining their CIS refunds from HMRC, due records not matching, i.e. the contractor who made the deduction has not correctly reported this on their monthly CIS returns. Subcontractors who…

20th July 2016 Modern Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships: Latest Developments. With apprenticeships increasing in popularity and offering a vocational alternative to full-time education the government has announced its latest developments to its scheme to ensure that employers are more involved in the whole process from recruitment, funding, training and appraisal of the apprentice, the aim to ensure that industry receives the candidates…

9th October 2015 Alternative Finance

The Banks that like to say ‘No’: Raise finance through CrowdFunding instead. The green shoots have sprouted, the UK economy is on the rise and it’s never been a better time to start that expansion programme you were considering before the recession. However, you’ve seen your bank manager and they’ve DECLINED your funding application. All…

11th April 2012 Share Ownership Businesses

Selling Your Business on Retirement: There is an Alternative. You’ve spent a lifetime building up your business, the thought on retirement of selling out to your business rivals may be unpalatable and selling to you own management team may not be feasible; there is an alternative. Allowing your staff to take ownership through a phased transition…