Question: “I have just finished studying for master’s degree and have now started contracting to maximise my pay, but I am not sure how I go about paying off my student loan as a contractor. Can you advise as I would like to set up a limited company but don’t know how this would affect my take home pay?”
Going digital could now happen a lot sooner than anticipated. In a bid to modernise the current Personal Tax Return system, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have announced that the progression to move this process entirely online will be introduced by April 2016. Millions of taxpayers will have the option to open their own digital tax account and complete their…
As contractor accountants, we receive many frequently asked questions about VAT registration for limited companies. We help our accountancy clients register their limited companies for VAT, and we’re happy to advise on the VAT registration threshold, what VAT taxable turnover is, and how to register for VAT.
In his eighth Budget, George Osborne has set out measures to improve the health of the UK economy. The 2016/17 Budget aims to balance the country’s finances as well as reduce national debt and the budget deficit.
The 2016/17 fiscal year starting on 6th April 2016 is set to introduce changes to dividend taxation that will affect Directors of limited companies. Any contractor who, as the shareholder of his or her own limited company, takes over £5,000 in dividends will be affected. Those who reach the higher rate tax threshold will be affected the most.