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TFMC Blogs


SUNDAY TIMES RICH LIST WAGES CALCULATOR

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Find out how long it would take you to earn the same amount as some of Britain's richest people saw their fortunes grow by last year. We used figures published in the Sunday Times Rich List 2015 to come up with our fun calculator.


Company Car Tax Advice

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Rules concerning company car taxation are complicated and can be difficult to understand. Company Directors and employees earning more than £8,500 per year must pay tax on their personal usage of company vehicles by way of Benefit In Kind (BIK) taxation.


5 Reasons to Fill Out Your Tax Return Early

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By now HMRC will have sent you a reminder to file your 2014-2015 tax return. Since you have until 31st January 2016 to file your return, it is all too easy to put it off until later in the year. After all you’re busy running your business and filing your tax return is not a priority.



Top 10 Bookkeeping Tips

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Do you struggle to balance your books each month? Not sure what you should be doing? Maybe you have a mountain of invoices and receipts taking over your desk. Click here to read 10 useful bookkeeping tips.


Mega List of Tax Deductions for UK Companies

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Many businesses unnecessarily pay additional tax each year. This is because legitimate tax deductions go unclaimed. This situation is particularly rife amongst small business owners who choose to manage their affairs without seeking the advice of a professional tax advisor.



HMRC Announces End to Automatic Fines For Late PAYE Filings

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HMRC has announced this month that businesses with fewer than 50 employees will no longer be subject to automatic fines if they are late filing their PAYE submissions. A three day grace period will be afforded for such businesses falling within the requirements.



Rise in the value of the dollar pays off for UK based income investors

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A massive 20% of FTSE 100 firms report in dollars and so do 12% of FTSE 350 firms, including Shell, BP and HSBC. Since the dollar has increased in value relative to the pound over the last year, when investors earn dividends from their shares in dollars they'll be receiving more cash when they come to exchange their pay-outs into sterling.