With coronavirus causing significant interruptions to industry around the world, your small-to-medium business clients need support now more than ever. Here are your top priorities to make sure your help gets where it’s needed.
What compliance changes are coming in 2018/19? The new financial year is almost upon us, and with it comes a number of tax and legislative changes that you need to be ready for.
4 ways for accountants to be AIM ready The accounting income method (AIM) becomes available for small businesses at the beginning of the new financial year – so learning how to talk to your clients about it is a must.
The Accounting Income Method (AIM) is a new method of calculating and filing provisional tax that’s available to small businesses as of 1 April 2017.
The Accounting Income Method (AIM) is a new option for small businesses to work out their provisional tax using accounting software.
All employees are entitled to keep 60 percent of their net (after tax) earnings to ensure they have enough money to cover their living expenses.
Calculating and paying provisional tax is one of the most difficult areas of compliance. Which is why Inland revenue has taken ‘aim’ at provisional tax.
Holiday pay, on the surface, is pretty easy to get right – but time and again businesses find themselves on the wrong end of the stick.