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Brighton Digital Festival Launch Party 2016

Brighton Digital Festival launched in style on 31 August at Fabrica in Brighton City Centre - it was attended by over 100 people and we were delighted to be sponsoring the specially made BDF cocktail!

September - Brighton Digital Festival Launch, BrightonSEO and many more...

September has well and truly begun!! I don't know about you but the summer holidays seems like a distant memory. We kicked off with the Brighton Digital Festival Launch party...

Indie Dev Guide - Release 1! Limited companies...

A Limited company is a separate legal entity, which you can set up to run your business through. Most video game developer start-ups will choose to form a Limited company, as this is one of the most recognised forms of trading.

Indie Dev Guide - Release 2! Personal Tax...

As a director of a UK Limited company you are legally required to register for self-assessment and submit personal tax returns annually from the tax year in which you become a director.

The Brighton Business Show - September 2016

The Brighton Business Show is a monthly show aired locally on RadioReverb 97.2fm, DAB or online worldwide via

Wired Sussex - Digital, Media and Technology Business Finance Forum

In July the inaugural Digital, Media & Tech Finance Forum was held by Plus Accounting in conjunction with Wired Sussex.

Inheritance Tax and the Home

The well-known headline rule for the exemption of a couple’s main residence is that it is being increased to £1m per couple. However, the rule is not that straightforward and the detail contains some hurdles to clear.

Indie Dev' Guide - Release 3! VAT...

The compulsory VAT registration threshold is £83,000. You must register for VAT if:

 your VAT taxable turnover is more than £83,000 in a rolling 12 month period
 you receive goods in the UK from the EU worth more than £83,000
 you expect to go over the threshold in a single 30 day period

Indie Dev Guide - Release 4! Payroll and Workplace Pensions (Auto Enrolment)

Many start-ups will begin with one or two directors and no other employees. The minimum wage rules do not apply to directors of UK Limited companies, which allows them to have extra flexibility over payroll.

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