Latest Blogs in General Practice
Peter Brown
16th May 2022 e-Commerce: Are you finding keeping your business’s records a nightmare?

Understanding how to account for your business’s transactions with online selling platforms can be complicated. Ensuring that you are submitting the correct information to HMRC can be tricky as not all platforms have the same VAT treatment.   A2X could make your life easier by saving you time and headaches from the complex world of…

Jaimie King
12th April 2022 Cross-sector acquisitions

Mergers & acquisitions (M&A) are at a high – a recent survey found that 66% of UK CEOs expect to pursue transactions in the next 12 months. Our corporate finance team can assist with both acquisitions and disposals of your business, including marketing and due diligence.   In this blog we explore the possibility of…

Mike Blackledge
7th April 2022 P11d’s, ATED & Form 42 Returns: Now due to HMRC

Although a business may have an accounting year which doesn’t end on 5 April each year, they will still be required to submit various returns to HMRC on a tax year basis. Compliance is now an extremely important aspect of any business, with deadlines, fines and indeed penalties being applied where dates are missed, or…

Richard Alecock
4th April 2022 MP’s urge HMRC to crack down on unpaid taxes due to pandemic

During the first lockdown HMRC paused most debt collection activities, which has contributed to the total UK tax debt of £39bn according to The Public Accounts Committee. HMRC have stated, “We are recouping debt safely, taking into account customers’ circumstances and making repayments affordable. It’s in no-one’s interests to push viable businesses into insolvency when…

Ben Beech
21st March 2022 Extension of plug-in van and truck grants

The government have announced that they will be extending their plug-in van and truck grants for another two years to spring 2025, there will also be changes to the existing plug-in vehicle grants applicable for the funding of larger trucks.   From 1 April 2022, the threshold to claim the small truck grant of up…

Benjamin Burtenshaw
2nd March 2022 Companies House Proposed Filing Reforms

The Government have announced plans to revamp filing at Companies House for small companies & micro-entities in a move that will see additional information made available to the public when filing company accounts. The reforms are largely seen as an attempt to reduce the levels of economic crime committed through the country.   Currently, small…

Ruth Pearson
28th February 2022 New HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates

HMRC have released their latest Advisory Fuel Rates to be used from 1st March 2022.   These rates should be used when you:-   Reimburse employees for business travel in their company cars Need employees to repay the cost of fuel used for private travel   Rates The advisory electricity rate for fully electric cars…

Steven Denton
28th February 2022 Increased National Living Wage (NLW) & National Minimum Wage (NMW) Rates for 2022

In accordance with the government’s desire for the NLW to reach two-thirds of median earnings by October 2024, the following increases to the NLW & NMW have been adopted for 2022-23 tax year.     The new rates will be introduced from 1st April 2022 and will be applicable to all payments made after this…

Emily Haines
23rd February 2022 How will the end of Coronavirus restrictions impact my business? – SSP Rebate Scheme Closure

It has been announced that the Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme will close on 17 March 2022, with the deadline for submitting outstanding claims being 24 March 2022.   You will no longer be able to claim back the SSP for coronavirus-related absences occurring beyond 17 March 2022.   From 25 March 2022, normal SSP…

Katharine Bebbington
22nd February 2022 Specified Adult Childcare Credits – Help Towards State Pension

Do you have gaps in your National Insurance records (35 years contributions are required for maximum state pension entitlement)? Have you recently retired to help out with your grandchildren’s childcare but you are not yet old enough to receive state pension?   If so, and the child’s main carer is working and in receipt of…