Setting up a new business: FREE 12-part guide

Setting up a new business: FREE 12-part guide

Download now and discover everything you need to know about satisfying HMRC and steering clear of any unwanted penalties and fines. 

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Tax is becoming increasingly complicated and HM Revenue and Customs are looking for more ways to raise money through fines for late or incorrect submissions. HMRC made more than £84m from SMEs last year through late payment fines and penalties but these unexpected fines can be avoided if you know what to expect and when. As such, it has become more important than ever to maintain good records and meet all the regulatory deadlines.

This guide is intended to help you achieve this and set up your business as you mean to go on.

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* Please note: As of the 13th July 2017, the government have reformed the MTD timetable, so that only businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold (£85,000) will have to keep digital records, and only for VAT purposes, starting from 2019. Businesses will not be asked to make the switch to MTD and update HMRC quarterly for other taxes until at least 2020. We will update the guide shortly to this effect but at present it still refers to the details set out in the 2017 Finance Bill.

If you have any queries about the information provided, large or small, please feel free to contact the team.

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