Clear House Accountants

Clear House Accountants

Joined: January 30th, 2019
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Double your savings
Help to Save is a new scheme which is backed by the Government to help working people who are on a low income so that they can build up their savings. The scheme works by providing people with a £1200 tax-free bonus over a four-year period. The help to save account which has been created for people on low incomes works as follows: I...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

10 Strategies to grow your Business
Starting out in business is never easy and we’re sure you have heard of the statistic that 30% of businesses fail in their first year. An effective way of making sure this isn’t you, is through enlisting the help of growth accountant who can help you put growth solutions in place. Here we outline 10 strategies to grow your Business. In...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

creditors and debtors explained
Creditors and Debtors might seem like simple terms, and on the face of it they are, but the practicalities of how the two terms can be applied can quickly become confusing, this is mostly the case if you are a small business. As with many financial terms it’s easy to get them confused, so it’s important to clearly understand the difference.&nbs...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

10 reasons why financial management is vital for business success
Whilst running a business is often hugely gratifying, it is always hugely challenging. With multiple demands on owners and urgent tasks inevitably taking precedence, it is not always easy to think about the bigger picture and to find the time to put a proper financial plan in place. However, if you want to put the right building blocks in place to ...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

Loan charge
The Loan charge 2019 is a pain to many taxpayers who are affected by the Disguised Remuneration loan charge which takes effect on the 5th April 2019. The loan charge will apply to all disguised remuneration loans which are outstanding as at that date. If you are affected by this charge and have not already settled with HMRC by reaching a settlement ...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

Which investment relief is for you: IR,ER, SEIS or EIS
If you are a high rate tax-payer you might be looking for a new way your accountant can reduce your income tax bill. One way of doing this is through investing in a business, and there are many tax-relief schemes out there to make this activity attractive. Here we explain the different investment relief schemes available so you can decide which one is the be...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

How accountants can cure your cash flow problems
Cash flow problems are a nightmare for any business and can cause a lot of sleepless nights. It is important not to panic, and getting the advice of an expert can go a long way in solving your problems. There are a few accountancy firms in London that can provide cash flow solutions for your business, here we outline how. A fresh pair of eyesFirst a...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

Are you utilizing personal tax to make money?
Personal tax is the tax that you pay on your income. This tax is largely related to your employment, however, there are other types of earnings that can also be taxed and for which you may owe money to the well-known creditor HMRC. In this article, we run through everything you need to know about personal tax including tax thresholds, the types of ...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

Parents, you could be losing entitlement to your future state pension.
If you are a parent and claim child benefits HMRC has confirmed that you could be losing out on part of your future state pension.  HMRC has recently written to the treasury and pointed out that if child benefits are being claimed by high earners, the partner who is earning a smaller amount in the household could be missing out on national in...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

What simple assessment means for you?
 Under Simple Assessment, HMRC automatically calculates tax liabilities using a Simple Assessment Calculation ‘SAC’ for some taxpayers. This removes them from self-assessment system. The procedure will start by concentrating on new state pensioners and PAYE clients. In the new Simple Assessment procedure HMRC is going to...
Posted by Clear House Accountants - Posted 11 Months Ago

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