Main points from the budget (29 October 2018)

Here are some of the key points from the budget of 29 October 2018: Savings The ISA allowance is held at £20,000. The Junior ISAs annual allowance and Child Trust Funds for 2019/20 will be increased in line with CPI to £4,368. National Savings and Investments (NS&I) have announced the minimum investment for premium bonds Read more about Main points from the budget (29 October 2018)[…]

Scam emails claiming to be from Companies House

Some customers have received fraudulent emails claiming to be from Companies House.  An example of an email is below: The email is sent from: “noreply@cpgov.uk” with the following message: These emails are not from Companies House If you receive any emails from this sender or an email like this, forward them straight on to phishing@companieshouse.gov.uk as soon as Read more about Scam emails claiming to be from Companies House[…]

UK’s ‘first ever’ successful prosecution for false company information

Kevin Brewer pleaded guilty to breaking section 1112 of the Companies Act 2006, which sets out the criminal offence of providing false information on the company register. He was fined £1,602 and ordered to pay costs of £10,462.50 and a Victim Surcharge of £160. The Story Kevin Brewer, a businessman, incorporated John Vincent Cable Services Read more about UK’s ‘first ever’ successful prosecution for false company information[…]

As a director, what should I pay myself in 2018/19?

Such a simply question, you would think, however it produces a complicated answer. For this calculation, we have assumed the following: The director wants to preserves their entitlement to state benefits, and The director wants a salary which saves the most tax and national insurance. First of all let us look at preserving your entitlement Read more about As a director, what should I pay myself in 2018/19?[…]

Important information about changes to paying HMRC

At the Post Office You won’t be able to pay at the Post Office from 15 December 2017. You will need to choose a different way of making payments to them. By credit card From 13 January 2018, HMRC will no longer accept payment by personal credit card. Debit cards and corporate credit cards will Read more about Important information about changes to paying HMRC[…]

Do I Need An Audit?

Some UK companies are required to have their annual financial statement audited, and others are exempt from the statutory requirement due to their size or (in a few cases) their nature. Organisations which fall below certain thresholds are usually exempt from audit, unless they are members of a group. The thresholds determining company size for Read more about Do I Need An Audit?[…]