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HMRC’s digital road map: What you need to know

A new change in quarterly reporting was announced by HMRC towards the end of 2015. Via a ‘digital road map’, HMRC aims to simplify the payments made by tax payers. However, the news caused concern amongst accountants and businesses due to its sudden arrival, unsupported supposed cost savings and the worry that the reform could[…] Read more »

What the March 2016 budget means for you and your business

George Osborne delivered his budget to Parliament on 16 March and, while most headlines were grabbed by the proposed tax on sugary drinks, several other changes were announced that will have a direct impact on both personal and commercial accounting and tax management. Here are some of the headlines. A surplus by 2019-20 According to[…] Read more »

How small businesses can achieve small costs

Starting a business can be a costly process. As it grows, the expenses tend to rack up and it can be quite a while before you start to see any solid profits. Yet there are several ways to reduce your business bills and make your money work that little bit harder for you. Here are[…] Read more »

How to pay less in your tax return

They say that only two things are inevitable in life: death and taxes. however, the amount you have to pay the taxman is not set in stone. There are many ways to reduce your bill, some of which are simply a matter of looking closely at the detail. Here are some ideas to consider. Check[…] Read more »

Many happy returns: thinking about self-assessment

December is a good time to think about your self assessment tax return, especially if work slows down as colleagues and clients begin to take time off ahead of Christmas. Self assessment tax needn’t be daunting and your accountant will be able to explain everything to you, including your obligations, deadlines and potential payments. However,[…] Read more »

Get your business ready for Christmas

Getting your business ready for Christmas is about more than digging out the decorations and planning the annual employee party (although these are important aspects too!). It’s about making the most of the time of year and planning ahead for a successful year to come. From staff motivation to customer satisfaction, we’ve got everything covered[…] Read more »

What the Tory conference may mean for your finances

The Conservative Party’s annual conference took place in Manchester earlier this month. Presented under slogans including: ‘For hardworking people’, the conference announced a number of proposals that the government is working on, aimed at businesses and individuals alike. Here are a few of the topics raised, and what they may mean for your financial and[…] Read more »

UK Top Rated Accountant – IBISS & CO

Croydon-based Accountants, IBISS & CO Limited is delighted to announce that it has been selected to be published in the Newspaper ““The Mail on Sunday”. The leading accountancy firm was named top rated accountants in Greater London- Croydon area in “The Mail” on Sunday 27th September 2015 which was published in the personal finance special[…] Read more »

Muhammad of IBISS & CO is featuring in The Mail on Sunday 27 September 2015

Muhammad from IBISS & CO based in Croydon will be featured as UK’s Top Rated Professionals in The Mail on Sunday 27.09.2015 newspaper later this week. Everyone loves to support local success stories so we are proud to let you know that Muhammad Sufyan Moavia from South London has been named as UK Top Rated![…] Read more »

Possible Pension Reforms

The Chancellor indicated in his budget that there are major changes afoot in the pension tax regime. Changes to the current regime may mean that in future, pension savings operate along similar lines to ISAs – where money is invested, the government makes top-ups to the investment, and the proceeds can eventually be taken out[…] Read more »

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