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Each of the articles below will either save you money or keep you on the right side of the law.
Tax relief for residential Landlords
If you are a landlord, you may be eligible to claim tax relief for the replacement of domestic goods in your rental properties.
Self Employed Artists - claiming business expenses.
This article provides details of the most common expenses you can claim as a self-employed artist.
HMRCs Property Tax Campaign
HMRC’s online progress report states that a property sales campaign targeting those who have profited through owning and selling second homes or multiple properties started back in March 2013
Does your accountant just tell you what your bottom line is? Or do they improve it?
How happy are you with what your accountants do for you? Are they just glorified book keepers or do they actively work with you?
Prepare for RTI - 5 KEY AREAS.
All employers should be preparing for RTI now. The employer is responsible under the RTI regulations for getting their RTI submissions right and on time.
Payroll changes from the 6th April 2013
The following rate changes for income tax and NIC are to be affective from 6th April 2013.
Inheritance Tax & Tax Planning.
Inheritance tax and estate planning is an important tool to ensure that wealth is preserved for future generations.
Business Start-up Tips - Accounting
We've put together some top tips to ensure you get into the right accounting habits when you start your business.
Child benefits changes.
Earning between £50,000 and £60,000 means you must repay some or all of your child benefit. You could opt out entirely but is that sensible?

Autumn Statement 2012
2012 Autumn Statement 'No Quick Fixes'
George Osbourne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, delivered the Autumn Statement 2012 at 12.30pm, 5 December 2012.
VAT Staff Entertainment.
Input tax may be recovered in respect of staff entertainment where it is provided in order to maintain and improve staff relations. If provided in any other circumstance, any VAT incurred is not recoverable.
Ministers of religion and their allowable expenses.
Their are certain expenses that a Minister of Religion can claim as long as they are incurred wholly and exclusively for the duties of the office or employment.
Auction Sites being hammered by HMRC.
The HMRC e marketing campaign went live in March 2012 and is aimed at those people who buy and sell goods online as a trade or business, but who failed to make a full disclosure of their income.
HMRC The dash for cash.
HMRC believes that a tax gap has emerged which HMRC defines as the difference between the amount of tax collected compared to the amount HMRC estimates is due.
Apprenticeship incentive and Youth Contract.
Incentives are still available to take on Apprentices.
Managing your time in 2012
We've put together a few tips to help you become a more effective Manager in 2012.
Understanding what your customers are doing on Facebook
Facebook represents a very real way to market your products / services and develop new sales opportunities online.
Office in the Cloud
Cloud-based accounting prackages offer a number of advantages for small business owners. For one, your accountant can access data as needed, from anywhere.
Thinking about starting your own business?
If you're thinking about starting a business, you should start by weighing the pros and cons, so that you can make the right decisions. The resources in this section are essentially a financial toolkit to guide your decision-making process.

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