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    Gifts to Employees: What are the tax implications? #AskTheAccountant

    18/06/2018

    Accountancy Expertise – here to answer your questions to help you run a successful business.

    We'll be posting frequently asked questions and answers. Can’t find the answer to a question you're looking for? Get in touch at contact@carringtonaccountancy.com one of our expert accountants will be happy to help. #AskTheAccountant

    Gifts to Employees: What are the tax implications? #AskTheAccountant

    Is there any option to not disclose company or personal information relating to myself and my company online? #AskTheAccountant

    11/05/2018

    Accountancy Expertise – here to answer your questions to help you run a successful business.

    We'll be posting frequently asked questions and answers. Can’t find the answer to a question you're looking for? Get in touch at contact@carringtonaccountancy.com one of our expert accountants will be happy to help. #AskTheAccountant

    Is there any option to not disclose company or personal information relating to myself and my company online? #AskTheAccountant

    VAT in the USA!

    03/05/2018

    The finance director of a UK company has asked the following:
    I’m about to bill a new client today in the US at their address in Chicago – do I still add VAT to my invoice as usual?

    VAT in the USA!

    I have been out of the UK for around 12 years and therefore not contributing to the state pension. Can I pay back those years contributions? #AskTheAccountant

    03/04/2018

    You can make backdated Voluntary NI contributions to get your history up to date although there are certain restrictions and time limits.

    I have been out of the UK for around 12 years and therefore not contributing to the state pension. Can I pay back those years contributions? #AskTheAccountant

    Personal Tax – what are ‘payments on account?’ #AskTheAccountant

    15/02/2018

    Many more people who submitted a tax return (Self Assessment) for 16/17 found themselves with a much larger than expected tax bill. The main reason for this is that the 16/17 tax year was the first year that the ‘dividend tax’ took effect. Many people were shocked that as well as paying the actual tax owed for 16/17 they also found themselves having to make ‘payments on account’ for 17/18 so in effect a ‘double whammy ‘of tax to pay.

    Personal Tax – what are ‘payments on account?’ #AskTheAccountant