Accountancy Resources Devon

Our Business Advice service covers a wide range of areas that provide insight and planning into business and tax matters.

If you would like a copy of any of the titles listed please contact us direct via email  mail@321621.co.uk or telephone phone number 01271 321621:

Business Administration

  • Getting the Stationery Right
  • How Long Should you Keep Books and Records?
  • Dealing with Employee Absence
  • Computer Comfort and Safety in the Workplace
  • Insuring Your Business

Business General

  • Capital Allowances
  • Changes to Capital Allowances
  • Employing Your Spouse
  • Husband and Wife Businesses
  • Tax Free Gifts to Staff
  • The National Minimum Wage
  • Salary Sacrifice

Employer-Supported Childcare  

  • Could Your Business Survive Without You?
  • The Construction Industry Scheme
  • Subcontractors and the Construction Industry Scheme
  • 2014 Tax Calendar
  • Preventing Late Payments
  • Take Care to Avoid a Penalty
  • The Rules Governing Charities
  • Employing Younger Workers
  • The Bribery Act
  • The Agency Workers Directive
  • Insolvency and Liquidation
  • The new cash basis – simpler income and expenses?
  • An Introduction to the Three Line Account
  • Raising Finance for your Business
  • Managing Deliberate Defaulters
  • The Employment Allowance
  • Business Records Checks

Business Management

  • How to Increase Your Profit
  • Six Steps to an Effective Business Plan
  • How to Gain the Most out of Your Accounting Records
  • Keeping an Eye on Your Cashflow
  • How to Balance Your Bank Account

How to Balance Your (Creditors) Purchase Ledger  

  • How to Balance Your Sales (Debtors) Control Account
  • Buy, HP or Lease?
  • The Value of Outsourcing
  • Expansion – is your business ready?

Business Start-up

  • Using Us as Your Business Adviser
  • Preparing Your Business Plan
  • Employed or Self Employed?
  • Should You Form a Limited Company?
  • Forming a Limited Company
  • Limited Liability Partnerships
  • More about Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Partnership Agreements
  • An Introduction to the Tax System for the Self Employed
  • Choosing Your Accounting Date
  • Allowable Expenses
  • Running your Own Business

Limited Companies

  • Forming a Limited Company
  • The Law and Directors’ Responsibilities
  • The Company Secretary
  • The Companies Act 2006
  • Statutory Records
  • Audit Exemption
  • An Introduction to Corporation Tax
  • Corporation Tax Self Assessment
  • Companies – Getting the Timing Right
  • Company Bonus or Dividend
  • How much Dividend can I Take?
  • Employee Share Schemes
  • Personal Service Companies
  • Striking Off
  • Managed Service Companies
  • Associated Companies and the Marginal Rate
  • Could you Benefit from Updating your Constitution?

PAYE & NI, Benefits in Kind

  • An Introduction to PAYE
  • Tax Free Gifts to Staff
  • Minimising the Risk of Employer Compliance Visits
  • Don’t Pay Too Much National Insurance
  • Benefits in Kind and Expenses Payments
  • Company Car Tax
  • Payslips
  • Pooled Cars and Vans
  • Car or Van?
  • National Insurance Planning
  • The New Real Time Information Regime
  • Future Company Car Tax Rates

Personal Taxation

  • An Introduction to Self Assessment
  • Home or Away: the new statutory residence test
  • Planning for a Year’s Prosperity
  • Making a Will and Other Related Matters
  • Inheritance Tax Planning
  • Does Your Estate Planning Pass the Test?
  • Tax Aspects of Your Home
  • Stamp Duties
  • Separation & Divorce
  • Giving to Charity
  • Interest and Tax Payments
  • Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit
  • Are you Still on Track for Retirement?
  • Pension Credit
  • The Child Trust Fund
  • Supporting your Children
  • Take Care to Avoid a Penalty
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • The 45% Additional Income Tax Rate
  • Repayment of Student Loans
  • Furnished Holiday Lettings
  • Child Benefit: Income Tax Charge for Those on Higher
  • Incomes

Savings & Investments

  • Aspects of Capital Gains Tax
  • Tax Efficient Investments
  • Tax on Savings Income
  • Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs)
  • Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs)
  • Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS)
  • Capital Gains Tax EIS Deferral Relief
  • VCT, EIS & SEIS Compared

Tax Aspects of Property Investment

  • Buy to Let Properties
  • Accumulation and Maintenance Trusts
  • Pension Schemes, Contributions and Tax Relief
  • Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme
  • The New Pension Auto-Enrolment Scheme
  • Accrued Income Scheme
  • Pension Changes – time to act
  • The New ISA

Self Employment

  • Employed or Self Employed?
  • An Introduction to the Tax System for the Self Employed
  • Use of Vehicle Mileage Rates for the Self Employed

VAT

  • An Introduction to VAT
  • VAT Do’s and Don’ts
  • VAT Cash Accounting Scheme
  • VAT Annual Accounting Scheme
  • VAT Flat Rate Scheme
  • VAT Bad Debt Relief
  • VAT – How to Survive the Enforcement Powers
  • Recovering VAT on Staff Expenses
  • Group VAT Registration
  • Reclaiming VAT on fuel for private use