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Tax return following a delayed start to business Publication date: 07.07.2020
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You formed a company in March with the intention of beginning trade immediately. However, this was delayed because of coronavirus. Do you need to notify HMRC and what effect will the delay have on the company’s tax returns?
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Can you delay tax by changing your accounting date? Publication date: 30.04.2020
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A business associate recently told you that his accountant changed his financial account period in order to delay tax liability. Is this something worth considering for your company?
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The trouble with changing your accounting date Publication date: 22.05.2019
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You’ve extended your company’s current accounting period to 18 months. This has the advantage of spreading the profit and the tax bill for a bumper year over a longer period, but how does it affect tax returns and payments?
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Choosing a tax-efficient accounting date Publication date: 16.09.2014
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Your company got off to a slow start, but with the end of its first year in sight it’s doing well. Should you prepare accounts for the period specified by Companies House or can you change it to something more tax efficient?
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How to make the most of losses Publication date: 12.11.2010
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The temporary rules which allow companies to make more tax-efficient use of trading losses by carrying them back up to three years will cease to apply very soon. When can you still claim this type of tax break on losses?
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