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Flat Rate VAT Scheme Changes

For a limited cost trader there are flat rate vat scheme changes in the pipeline. Are you affected? Khan Thornton have the answers.

Pubic Sector Changes For Contractors
Pubic Sector Changes For Contractors

Attention Public Sector Contractors IR35 changes IR35: What are the changes? After April 6th, the responsibility for determining the status of a contractor will no longer be down to the intermediary agent or yourselves and instead will be down to the end client, the public sector bodies themselves including GMS and PMS practices and agencies….

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A simple guide to the Budget 2017

This is a basic guide to Budget 2017, prepared by ACCA’s Technical Advisory team, for members and their colleagues or clients. It is an introduction only and should not be used as a definitive guide, since individual circumstances may vary. Specific advice should be obtained, where necessary. A stronger, fairer, better Britain were the themes…

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NEC Dentistry Show 2016 22nd & 23rd April
NEC Dentistry Show 2016 22nd & 23rd April

MJB Healthcare will be attending this year’s Dentistry Show at Birmingham NEC, giving a presentation on Tax & Finance Tips for dentists and dental practices. Dino Khan is a Chartered Certified Accountant who has been in practice for 30 years. He works with medical and property sectors, specifically advising doctors and dentists. Dino has written…

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R&D tax credits: Advance Assurance scheme

HMRC has recently launched a new scheme that is meant to help first time small company claimants of Research & Development (R&D) tax relief. Under the new Advance Assurance scheme as it is called, HMRC will allow an R&D claim without further enquiry for a company’s first 3 accounting periods, which will, according to HMRC, “allow [business owners]…

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Latest news on Auto-Enrolment

Khan Thornton has dealt with auto-enrolment issues for years, and certainly since before it became a key process as outlined by The Pensions Regulator.  Auto-enrolment is implemented once, but needs to be complied with on a constant basis. Advice about the process does not stop at the implementation stage. Auto-Enrolment is a continuous process. Despite…

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Buy-to-let homes face higher stamp duty

From April 2016, landlords and people buying second homes in England and Wales will have to pay a 3% surcharge on each stamp duty band. Buy-to-let homes face higher stamp duty Changes coming into place need to be considered when making decisions about second homes and buy-to-let projects. Call the specialists… Khan Thornton’s team is…

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Tax relief on buy-to-let properties will be cut

Thinking of buy-to-let schemes, or already in one? Tax relief on mortgage interests for high-rate tax payers will be restricted to 20% (low-rate tax payers will still get the current 20%), with the change being phased in over four years from 2017. Buy-to-let tax break to be cut Khan Thornton specialists can help with up-to-date…

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Changes to inheritance tax: “flawed” and unnecessarily complex

Unanimous media coverage about the unnecessarily complex changes to the inheritance tax (Autumn Budget 2015). Expert advice is now more valuable than ever to understand the implications of the changes taking place in the next few years. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/tax/12044066/Why-new-inheritance-tax-rules-are-flawed-and-how-they-could-be-fixed.html

Khan Thornton: driven by numbers
Khan Thornton: driven by numbers

DRIVEN BY NUMBERS William de Ferrers School’s 2015 GCSE certificate presentation included the “Khan Thornton Award for the Most Improved Maths Student”, sponsored by local accountancy firm Khan Thornton. We are obviously ‘driven by numbers’,” said principal Dino Khan during the award ceremony. “However, this award is not just about maths: it’s about rewarding the…

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