The Plus Approach: Blogs

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How did it all start?! 25 Years of Plus Accounting

30 Jun 17

Plus Accounting has reached the grand old age on 25! The firm was started by Paul Feist and Peter Hedgethorne on 1 July 1992. We take a look at the last 25 years in this great video!

Business Start Ups and choosing the right business entity

30 May 17

Starting a business can be an exciting but scary time full of new experiences and obligations.

It is important to know that you are heading in the right direction, and you are aware of your options before you go too far down the line.

Finance and Tax Update for Business Owners - Workshop

25 May 17

We held our third workshop of 2017 at MyHotel, Brighton and it proved to be a great success - it was a sell out event with over 25 booked to attend.

Thinking of leaving the VAT Flat Rate Scheme?

23 May 17

Thinking of leaving the VAT Flat Rate Scheme but haven't got round to it yet?

All you need to know about: GoCardless

22 May 17

At Plus Accounting we are keen to highlight Xero add-ons that will not only improve the running of your business but will run efficiently in the cloud.

Making Tax Digital removed from Finance Bill 2017

28 Apr 17

Quickly following the announcement of the general election in June 2017, the government have now removed the legislation implementing Making Tax Digital (MTD) from the Finance Bill 2017.

Tax-Free Childcare scheme vs Childcare Voucher scheme

10 Apr 17

On 28 April 2017 we finally see the introduction of the Tax-Free Childcare scheme aimed at helping working parents with the cost of childcare. This scheme is set to replace the existing Childcare Voucher scheme.

Why it is important to support the future generation of employees

04 Apr 17

BrightSparks, a scheme that gives youngster from some of Brighton’s most vulnerable families 12 months of technology mentorship, has received new backing from the city’s top ten tech firms.

Split Year Treatment and Leaving the UK

04 Apr 17

If you are considering leaving the UK to go overseas then it may be possible for you to claim split year treatment. You have to be UK tax resident during the UK tax year concerned to be able to consider a claim being made.

Split Year Treatment and the Statutory Residence Test

04 Apr 17

The general premise when the Statutory Residence Test was first introduced on 6th April 2013, was that you are either considered as UK tax resident or not resident for UK taxation.

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