Should there be extra tax breaks for artists and musicians? The Republic of Ireland has had special tax breaks for artists since 1979. Lord Smith of Kelvin will oversee the process of devolving additional powers over tax, spending and welfare to Scotland following the ‘No’ vote in the country’s independence referendum. Douglas Connell, a tax […]
Alterledger is proud to be a Xero Partner Xero has created beautiful accounting software (yes really!) and works in partnership with accountants across the globe. Alterledger is Xero Partner and is pleased to be able to announce that Xero will be coming along to the Creative Industries Networking for Business event on 19th September. If you […]
Premium tickets released for Creative Networking Event Free tickets are still available for the Creative Industries Networking for Business event on 19th September. If you would like a little extra and a £100 voucher for Alterledger, premium tickets are now available. Online Ticketing for Creative Industries Networking for Business powered by Eventbrite Terms for Premium […]
Free networking event for creatives in Soho If you want to meet some like-minded people for free networking and get some free advice on setting up and running your business, sign up on Eventbrite! Online Ticketing for Creative Industries Networking for Business powered by Eventbrite It is happening on Friday 19th September from 6pm in […]
How does my start-up get clients? You’ve set up your business and made decisions about forming a limited company, you are ready to trade, but how do you get clients for your start-up? Hopefully you already had some contacts before you started your business, but whatever your situation it is always good to expand your network. […]
Should my start-up be a company? You’ve got a great idea, you’ve thought of a name for your business, but you are not sure whether or not you should set up a company. You will hear from lots of people in your industry that they have set up a limited company, but is this right for […]
To maintain public confidence in the work of charities, charity law requires most charities (income over £10,000) to have an external scrutiny of their accounts.
There are number of special rules governing the financial accounts of Advocates and Barristers in the UK. For an overview please refer to my blogpost on the CIMA Accountant website. Computing profits for Advocates Earnings Basis The earnings basis is calculated in accordance with UK Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (UK GAAP). Advocates are taxed on the […]
The role of an accountant in a business. Many small businesses do not have an accountant on the payroll and hire external consultants to fulfil their financial needs. In too many cases the accountant is only working for the benefit of external stakeholders such as Companies House and HMRC. This role is described as financial […]
What is a private limited company? A private limited company is a company limited by shares. The company is run by its directors on behalf of its shareholders. There must be at least one director and one shareholder for any new private company. The same person can be director and shareholder. The shares in a […]
Change required for all employers All employers will have to change the way they process payroll in 2013. If your organisation pays wages to anyone including salaried directors, you will need to provide information in “Real Time” to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Real Time Information (RTI) requires employers to submit payroll information before […]
Scottish charity reporting All charities rely on their reputation. Charities have a privileged position including exemption from Corporation Tax. Donors give money to charities on the basis that the funds will be used responsibly and in accordance with the publicly declared charitable purposes. It is the responsibility of Trustees of Scottish charities to ensure that […]
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