Firm news, tax planning and finance blogs by our team
We know how important it is for you to be able to find up to date business information, and our people love to share their knowledge about the news, and accounting and tax legislation. Here you will find links to our latest press releases, as well as tax planning and finance blog posts – all written by the Whitley Stimpson team, so you can read our take on topical subjects, and use our advice to help you to run your business. We have also shared the odd blog post or two about what we get up to in our communities, because we are proud to be a part of the areas where we live and work, and to support them where we can.
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Your online personal tax account (PTA) is a useful source of information about your personal tax position and allows you to communicate with HMRC quickly and easily.
Scammers are very aware of the tax payment deadlines and will step-up their efforts to divert payments from taxpayers to their own bank accounts.
The Chancellor has announced a range of financial support measures to assist with energy costs.
Let’s discuss how you can best prepare your business for MTD for income tax.
When completing the annual expenses and benefits return (P11D) you need to know what company-provided vehicles each employee and director used in the tax year.
The Government is providing hosts of Ukrainian refugees with a monthly payment of £350 per property, free of tax and national insurance.
It is time to report the expenses and benefits provided to employees during the year to 5 April 2022.
Your company can purchase occasional unsolicited gifts for your family and you with no tax implications
The rates for national insurance contributions (NIC) increased by 1.25 percentage points for everyone on 6 April 2022.
The deadline for applications to the recovery loan scheme is fast approaching. Are you able to still apply for funding for your business?
Whether you’re self-employed or running a large company, good record keeping is vital. In this blog we’ll set out the main records you need to keep, the advantages of good record keeping, and some tips for improving your system.
Whitley Stimpson’s Bicester office ‘A steady ship to navigate turbulent financial waters’.
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