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Bookkeeping PDF Print

Let us take it off your hands...

Drop off your invoices, bank statements, etc;
We do all the processing;
We can then easily prepare for you...

  • Management Accounts;
  • VAT Returns;
  • Key Performance Indicators;
  • End of Year Accounts;
  • Estimated Tax Liabilities as you go along so there's no end of year surprises;

You pick up the records (neatly filed and organised!) and all the information we've agreed to provide you with.
It also makes it easy for us to handle any VAT inspections.

Business Planning PDF Print

Business plans are also regularly needed to support finance applications, especially bank lending.

We can assist with all aspects of the business plan including...

  • Business strategy and goal setting;
  • Budgets;
  • Cash flow forecasts;
  • Profit forecasts;

All written elements of the plan such as business background, marketing plan, SWOT analysis, markets, competition and all of the other key elements that need presenting in the most suitable way to lenders.
After you've produced the plan, you need to monitor how you are doing against the plan and we can help you with this.

Business Start-up PDF Print

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Business Valuations PDF Print

Do you know what your business is worth?
Valuations can be required for...

  • Monitoring how the business is performing against goals;
  • Taxation and negotiating with the tax authorities;
  • Business sales and purchases;
  • Business mergers;
  • Divorce proceedings and matrimonial disputes;
  • Raising finance;
  • Company buy back of shares;
  • Tax planning;
  • Financial reporting requirements;
  • Shareholder/partner disputes;
  • Pension and exit planning.

We can provide business valuation services for unincorporated entities and shares in unquoted companies based in the UK including assistance with dispute resolution and litigation.

Capital Gains PDF Print

Capital Gains Tax Planning
Capital Gains Tax (CGT) applies when chargeable assets are disposed of and is applicable to individuals and trustees but not to limited companies, although Limited Companies do pay Corporation Tax on the gains that they make.

How a Capital Gain occurs
A capital gain occurs when the value of an asset at the date it is disposed of is higher than when it was acquired. An asset can be disposed of either by sale or by gift. If you give away an asset away in an uncommercial transaction, the market value will replace any actual consideration paid.

For assets acquired before 31 March 1982 the cost usually taken to be the value on that day, although actual cost can be used in some circumstances.

The following also reduce the amount of the chargeable gain...

  • Incidental costs of acquisition;
  • Expenditure to enhance the value of the asset;
  • Incidental costs of disposal; and
  • Tax reliefs and allowances (see below).

Tax Reliefs

  • There are several different tax reliefs which can reduce the chargeable gain. We can review all the options and advise on the reliefs most applicable to your case. Many well known reliefs include...
  • Rollover/holdover relief on replacement of business assets
  • Business incorporation relief
  • Holdover gift relief
  • Entrepreneurs' relief - for disposals after 5th April 2008.
  • Taper relief and Indexation allowance have ceased with effect from 6th April 2008
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