Budget 2015 Many of you will have seen the budget last week. There are a lot of changes over several years! In the short term there are three areas I wish to bring to your attention 1) Buy to let Mortgages The mortgage interest on buy to lets will be restricted to 20% tax relief from…Details
We had our SSAFA Big Brew up this week and had nearly 20 visitors, a mixture of clients, neighbours and even a few facebook friends we had never met before! There was some great networking going on and everybody enjoyed our cakes and coffee machine. We raised over £110 for SSAFA Plymouth which I am really…Details
We are all brewing up and making cakes ready for the BIG Brew Up for SSAFA next week. Wednesday 24th June 11-2pm, 9 Branson Court, PL7 2WU We are opening the doors to clients and local people to come visit us and raise funds for Plymouth SSAFA as one of our charities. any new clients…Details
Well finally after a month I think my computers are back up and running properly. It has been a little traumatic to say the least and shows how much we rely on them! I am now in the cloud so I can work from anywhere, including my desk.
In the last few weeks I have been out telling people about the landlords who are not declaring their rental properties. Most people know someone. Please tell them the amnesty is still on and they can still take advantage of the favourable penalty positions. All income needs declaring even if losses are made!
After many months of planning and changing Dawn and I finally got our new postcards printed this week. It was very exciting to see the final product and now all we need to do is distribute them amongst local businesses.
Been a busy few weeks networking with lots of local business people and our Parliamentary Candidate Gary Streeter who has recently taken to twitter. His first ever selfie was with me above!
From 5/4 the government has given a concession to employers if they employ people under 21.
All you need to do is change the employees from the letter A to M (if not contracted out) or I (if contracted out ie pension scheme in place)
Well 5/4 has now passed and another busy time in the accountants calender is over. I have spent the last few weeks planning clients dividend withdrawals to ensure they maximise their allowances. Wages also reviewed before the new tax year started.