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Coronavirus advice for businesses

Covid-19 Statement and useful advice Updated: 25 March 2020 Coronavirus Financial Help & Rights Helpful information on sick pay, employment rights, information for the self-employed, tax payments & more Useful information and updates from Martin Lewis’ ‘MoneySavingExpert’ page here. The Government Coronavirus Measures The government has issued a number of measures that aim to help […]

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HMRC Publishes IR35 Factsheet for Contractors

New HMRC IR35 factsheet for contractors – what you need to know With only weeks to go before the new rules for off-payroll working apply, HMRC has produced a new IR35 factsheet for contractors who are working through intermediaries. What’s the full story? If you provide your services to a client through an intermediary e.g. […]

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Commercial Property Business – Property Investing 101

Thinking of setting up a commercial property business? Here are the tax implications of setting up a commercial property business. Tax on commercial property business covers anything that HMRC doesn’t class as a ‘dwelling’ – ie a place where people live which is self-contained (so it doesn’t include hostels, hotels etc). It can include anything […]

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Six Steps Towards Better Cash Flow

Need better cash flow in your business? You’re not alone! The new calendar year can present cash flow issues for many businesses, particularly after the Christmas break when work inevitably slows down, and those dreaded tax bills. So here are six steps to help you get cash in that little bit quicker. Have clear and […]

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Finton Doyle boost North West presence on Handpicked Accountant’s network

We are delighted to announce our inclusion to the Handpicked Accountants network. Founded in 2010 by managing director Mathew Forshaw, we continue to drive the business forward with the same vision – putting you the clients at the heart of Finton Doyle and providing the same impeccable level of service to each of you regardless […]

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Reducing self assessment payments on account

In what circumstances is reducing self assessment payments possible? And how can transactions you’ve made in the current year help in reducing self assessment payments? Lots of people are understandably interested in reducing self assessment payments. The first instalment of your self-assessment tax bill is due on 31 January 2020. The 31 January self assessment […]

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