How Are You (Tax) Planning The Year Ahead?
All good things come to an end don’t they. No more champagne breakfasts, tinsel on the Christmas tree or tables groaning with food.
2017 has started and no doubt you will be getting down to some serious work…on your tax return.
Online forms for the 2015-2016 tax year must be completed and filed by January 31st 2016. Don’t post your return late because you will get fined. After that have you thought about next year’s taxes?
We thought not.
Particularly if you run a business there are lots of changes related to tax going on. Digital tax proposals, the minimum wage increase, auto enrolment pensions and new rental property taxation amongst others. Thinking about tax now makes it easier for us to help you pay no more than you should in the future.
How about setting up a free, no-obligation tax planning discussion with one of our partners today?
Lewis Smith & Co. – Accountants for Charities and Not-For-Profit Organisations