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We are here to help you with your affairs during the current cost of living crisis. You can find below our three latest articles which provide important information. You can also click on the link opposite for many more useful articles.
This year we are not sending out a detailed commentary on the annual budget because most of it had been leaked in the Press beforehand anyway and there is not a huge impact to tax rates, other than the previously announced increase to Corporation Tax from 19% to 25%. We nonetheless have pleasure in attachingRead More
This is a late reminder for any clients who have not yet paid their Self-Assessment liability which was due on 31st January. Interest will be running from 1st February but if there are any amounts of tax still outstanding as at 28th February, HMRC will apply an additional 5% surcharge. However, if you contact HMRCRead More
Despite the turbulent times that have befallen the UK economy over recent years, experts are reporting a positive outlook. The impacts of coronavirus, Brexit and wider supply disruptions may still be taking their toll but businesses, families and property owners can remain confident. In this article, we’ll take a look at what experts are sayingRead More
The Martlet Partnership offers Cloud Accounting as part of its Accounting Services.
With information held within the online ‘cloud’ space, both clients and our accountants have access to the information 24/7.
The value in a set of business accounts is not in the preparation but in their interpretation. At The Martlet Partnership, we guide you and work with you to help you acquire a thorough understanding of your financial position.
With the tax regime becoming more complex, everyone who is subject to taxation should seek professional advice and support to optimise their tax position and to ensure they meet the compliance requirements.
Many businesses realise that the way to really increase the value of the business is to spend as much time as possible doing what they are best at. This means not getting bogged down in functions which are often best left to specialist suppliers.
Administering your payroll can be time consuming, diverting energy and resources from the core activities of your business. The task is made all the more difficult by the growing complexity of taxation and employment legislation and the accompanying regime of penalties for non-compliance.