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How we can assist with a tax investigation from HMRC

Tax investigations are expensive, intrusive and stressful. The cost of an enquiry can seriously impact your financial security, and your health Register here if you’d like to be included in our tax investigation insurance from 1 April 2023 to 31 March 2024. No business is too small or too large for HMRC to challenge, but […]

Should you buy a car through your limited company

UPDATE January 2020: New rules came into force from 6 April 2020 for buying electric vehicles through your business. Have a read of our blog should I buy an electric vehicle for more info. If you’re considering buying or leasing a van, check out our blog: should I buy or lease a van? Buying a […]

Practice Excellence Awards 2014 Finalist

We are excited to announce that Sharon has made it to the finals of the Practice Excellence Awards, in the Technology Champion category!!  The judges of the awards said ” “A champion is someone who fights for those who can’t fight for themselves. We’re on the lookout for people who have really taken hold of technology […]

British Accountancy Awards 2014 Finalists

We are absolutely thrilled here at Kinder Pocock to be shortlisted for the British Accountancy Awards 2014 for the Online Accounting Award! Sharon and Elaine will be attending the Awards ceremony at The Brewery in central London on 25 November 2014, and better still we have been invited as Xero’s guests.  Xero are shortlisted for […]

Employing People

There is so much to think about when employing people, so it is really important to seek advice from the right places. This article will concentrate and tax and national insurance issues, but I would urge you to seek advice and guidance on such issues as: ● Checking employees’ legal right to work in the […]

Employers’ NIC Holiday from 2014

In the March 2014 Budget, the chancellor announced a measure to encourage employers to recruit new staff with the help on an NIC allowance for this tax year (6 April 2014 to 5 April 2015). Most employers are eligible for this allowance, which means that the first £2,000 of employers’ national insurance contributions do not […]