01 Sep, 2023 07:53 PM
Sole Trader Accounts Preparation and Submission: A Comprehensive Guide

Taj Accountants provides a comprehensive guide on preparing and submitting sole trader accounts, highlighting the

Are you a sole trader looking for guidance on preparing and submitting your accounts? Look no further! At Taj Accountants, as a top tax accountants and a specialist small business accountants in London, we understand the importance of accurate and

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01 Sep, 2023 11:10 AM
Director Self-Assessment Tax Return Submission: A Comprehensive Guide

This comprehensive guide explains the process and requirements for directors filing their self-assessment tax returns.

As a director of a limited company, it's crucial to understand the process and requirements of filing your self-assessment tax return. This guide will provide you with all the information you need to navigate this important aspect of your accounting,

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28 Aug, 2023 02:25 PM
Limited Company Annual Accounts For Companies House

Filing annual accounts for limited companies is a crucial process that provides a snapshot of

Introduction Annual accounts play a crucial role in the financial management of a limited company. They provide a comprehensive overview of the company's financial performance and ensure transparency for stakeholders. Filing annual accounts with Companies House is a legal requirement that

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28 Aug, 2023 01:00 AM
Dormant Company Accounts Filing Service

Taj Accountants offers a comprehensive dormant company full compliance package, taking care of the preparation

Introduction Are you a dormant company wondering about the filing requirements for your dormant accounts? In this article, we will guide you through the necessary steps to ensure compliance with Companies House regulations. Our tax accountant expert team at Taj Accountants

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25 Aug, 2021 08:40 AM
Post-COVID Tax Debts Collection

Collecting Tax Debts As We Recover From Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As it has been throughout the pandemic, the government’s goal is to protect livelihoods and keep people employed. HMRC has played a key role in achieving this, for example, by halting numerous debt collection activities and implementing support programs such

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12 Oct, 2020 11:16 AM
Companies House to Resume Compulsory Strike off Process

From 10 October, HMRC has begun striking off companies that they believe are no longer

In response to the global pandemic, HMRC has taken temporary flexible measures which have been considered under monthly review. From 10th of October (Saturday), the measure of suspending compulsory strike off action has risen.  Meaning, HMRC has resumed the process to

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23 Apr, 2020 10:17 AM
Spring Budget 2020: Unprecedented Decisions for Unprecedented Outbreak

The UK Budget Spring 2020 Has Been Taken as a Spur to Provide Economic Security

Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first budget on Wednesday 11 March 2020, first to be held in the spring since March 2017. The budget underlines all the challenges and unprecedented decisions based on the COVID-19 outbreak. £12 billion budget has been

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06 Apr, 2020 03:06 PM
Coronavirus-The Extension for Filing Accounts With Companies House

Companies House Has Allowed Extension of Three Months for Companies to File Their Accounts Due

If your company has been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and you will not be able to file your accounts on time then Companies House has recognised your directorial urgency and made the right announcement for you.   The Companies House has

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02 Apr, 2020 03:30 PM
COVID-19 Has Delayed the IR35 Reforms

To Reduce Pressure from Businesses the UK Government Has Postponed the IR35 Reforms

At the end of the parliamentary debate in March 2020, Steve Barclay announced that the IR35 tax reforms would be delayed for a year. The changes due on 6 April 2020 have now been postponed to 6 April 2021, amid

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02 Dec, 2018 03:48 PM
HMRC's Ban On Credit Cards For Tax Payments; Putting Millions In Trouble

Exploring the Implications of HMRC's Ban on Credit Card Tax Payments and its Impact on

Millions of taxpayers are rather more upset by the ban going to be imposed on plastic than their annual tax bill itself.  The pain is real as HM Revenue & Customs announces a ban on personal credit card payments implementable

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