Author Archives: RobsonLaidler

Companies May Be Required To File Profit & Loss Information At Companies House

Companies May Be Required To File Profit & Loss Information At Companies House

Do you want your neighbour and friends to know exactly how much you earn? Or your competitors, employees or customers know what your margins are?   Well, if you are the owner of a small, limited company then new legislation, currently working its way through Parliament, will mean that information […]

Our Membership of the UK200Group: What it means for our clients

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As a chartered accountancy firm dedicated to delivering exceptional service and results, we are proud to be members of the UK200Group, a professional services association of quality assured chartered accountancy, law, and tax led firms with a strong sense of independence. Our membership not only endorses our commitment to maintaining […]

Accountancy Jargon Buster (Part 1)

Accountancy Jargon Buster

Have you ever had a meeting with your accountant and heard them they say a bunch of random words that you don’t understand? Here are a few key accountancy related terms and their definitions to help you out:   Audit – An independent review of financial statements to see whether […]

The Importance of Corporate Governance for Small Businesses

Corporate governance is no longer a term reserved for large multinational corporations. Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and Owner-Managed Businesses (OMBs) are increasingly recognising the significance of good governance, especially from an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standpoint. Here’s why.    Building Trust and Credibility   Good corporate governance ensures […]

Navigating the Complexities of Business Tax

Running A Limited Company Guide

Taxation is a critical aspect of running a business, and understanding its complexities is essential for limited company owners. Our comprehensive guide ‘Running a Limited Company: A practical guide for business owners’, provides a breakdown of key business tax considerations, including dividend tax, VAT, National Insurance Contributions (NICs), Corporation Tax, […]

Navigating the tax treatment of Furnished Holiday Lets

holiday let

Let’s delve into the fascinating realm of the UK tax treatment of Furnished Holiday Lets (FHLs). If you’ve ever dreamt of turning your cozy cottage or charming apartment into a holiday retreat, you’re in the right place. Here we will untangle the complexities of tax rules and discover how FHLs […]

Zero and low emission vehicle tax

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With the UK Government being committed to ending the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by the end of 2035 the current tax regime for cars is naturally favourable for zero and low emission vehicles. A summary of the main low emission vehicle tax benefits is provided below.   […]

Mastering Finances for Business Owners

finance in business

As a business owner, mastering your finances is crucial for long-term success. In our comprehensive guide ‘Running a Limited Company: A practical guide for business owners’, we explore the essential elements of financial management that every business owner should consider. From budgeting and strategic planning to maintaining a healthy financial […]

HMRC Impending Changes for Gig Workers

gig economy

The dictionary definition of “Gig Economy” or gig workers is “A way of working that is based on people having temporary jobs or doing separate pieces of work, each paid separately, rather than working for an employer.”   Digital platforms are playing a big role in shaping this economy.  As […]