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Date: 12th August 2019 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Director Information, Company Tax Updates & Information
  There are currently many online comments and advisory reports designed to encourage UK SMEs into ‘Going Green’ – sustainably running their business. We at HaesCooper are all for SMEs taking advantage of the tax incentives available when ‘Going Green’. In our ‘Part 1 Going Green blog post’, we...
Date: 6th August 2019 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Director Information, Company Tax Updates & Information
  First Year Allowances (FYA) to End First, a warning for SMEs – 100% First Year Allowances (FYA) for capital expenditure for business capital assets that qualify as energy/water saving equipment and new low emission cars (not exceeding 50g/km CO2) is due to end on the 5th of April 2020. So, if...
Date: 10th July 2019 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Director Information, Company Tax Updates & Information
In addition to HMRC, the cyber criminals are also targeting SMEs in order to take their money. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has said that a SME has around a ‘one in two chance of experiencing a cyber security breach. Cybercrime for SME’s – What’s the Risk? Recent research by Chubb has...
Date: 4th May 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Director Information
From April directors can borrow more from their company without being taxed. The downside is that the company still faces a tax bill. As a director how can you take advantage of the new tax break without your company being hit? Company loan recap If you borrow money from your company there are two...
Date: 20th April 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Director Information, Company Tax Updates & Information
Anti-avoidance rules introduced in recent years give HMRC extra powers to charge tax where a director borrows money from their company. This makes it more important than ever to keep track of transactions. What's the best way to do this? Ins and outs The most common type of directors' loan happens...