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Ian Marlow has been a Certified Professional Advisor for Quickbooks Online since it started in 2001, and has now earned Elite Advisor status.His passion for helping individuals and businesses in all aspects of online accounting is shared by the experienced team of tax and accounting professionals he leads.In addition to writing for the HFM Tax Blog, Ian is also responsible for onboarding new clients and running HFM Tax & Accounts.
HMRC have finally published guidance on paying the deferred VAT and will be opening the new payment scheme on 23rd of February. Would it help to pay in instalments? If you join by the 23rd march you can pay it... read more
Tax Return Deadline Extended
With days left before 31 January, HMRC’s chief executive Jim Harra has finally conceded that HMRC will extend the tax return deadline and will not charge late filing penalties for online tax returns submitted by 28 February.... read more
Following a rapid rise in COVID infections, from yesterday 5th January 2021, England has been placed into a new lockdown and now the Chancellor has announced £4.6 billion of new lockdown grants to help support businesses forced to close. The... read more
HMRC have responded to a letter from all the main accounting bodies to extend the January 31st tax return deadline this year and remove tax return penalties. HMRC’s chief executive Jim Harra said to do so would encourage some taxpayers... read more
We are delighted to announce that we have won the title of Accountant of the Year 2020 from Unbiased, the leading online resource to connect individuals and businesses to professional advisors, after giving sound HMRC tax advice. We have been... read more
The SEISS claims portal reopened on Monday 30 November, but the new SEISS conditions mean that taxpayers must declare their trade has been impacted by reduced demand before they claim the third grant. In order to claim the first two... read more
Is the annual exemption lost in 2020?
Most businesses take advantages of the statutory £150 exemption per staff member for running a Staff Christmas party without there being any tax implications (though they may not realise it!). With Coronavirus restrictions in... read more
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