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Protecting you from an HMRC enquiry

Are you a client and are not sure if you are covered by our tax investigation scheme? Don’t worry we will be contacting all of our clients over the next week to check they have the level of protection they need. Our tax investigation scheme is very important for...

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Capital Gains Tax: Residential Property Changes

HMRC are changing the way capital gains tax is collected as of 6th April 2020. Currently the tax payable on a gain from residential property can be delayed for up to 22 months. The changes will result in all capital gains tax on residential property becoming...

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Accounts Apprentice Ryan Davey

We have recently recruited a new Accounts Apprentice to join our team at S Smith & Co. Ryan Davey is an enthusiastic young individual, who has a keen interest in the accountancy sector. Ryan has previously studied at John Leggott college and has chosen to join...

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Community Champion Awards

This year S Smith & Co are taking part sponsoring the North Lincolnshire Community Champion Awards. The awards recognise the local heroes within our community, who go unrecognised for their outstanding achievements. Often, we hear of much negativity surrounding...

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Accountex

We visited the annual Accountex exhibition at the ExCel in London this week, enabling us to meet with new global brands and new technology to help our business and our clients.  There were various seminars taking place, workshops and Q&A’s with well-known...

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Making Tax Digital

As of 1st April 2019 HMRC are changing the way you submit your VAT return. If you are a VAT registered business with a taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold of £85,000, you may have to change the way you submit your VAT return to HMRC. You are now...

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National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage Increase

In the 2018 Autumn budget, it was confirmed by the Government that the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) will be increasing from April 2019. If we take care of your payroll, we will implement the changes automatically – any questions...

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Self-Assessment Deadline

As we are fast approaching the ‘dreaded’ 31st January deadline for Self-Assessment tax, we are urging all of our clients to bring in their information as soon as possible. Failure to do so will incur late filing penalties to HMRC, as well as late payment...

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