Tax-free childcare roll out

The implementation of Tax-Free Childcare, the new government scheme to help working parents with the cost of childcare, is being rolled out to eligible parents in stages. The scheme first made its debut in April 2017 and although there have been initial systems problems, HMRC’s aim is to have the scheme open to all eligible parents by 14 February 2018. […]

What will the Spring Statement bring?

We had two Budgets in 2017 and the Spring Statement is planned for Tuesday 13 March. The Chancellor Philip Hammond has previously stated that at the Spring Statement he will respond to the Office for Budget Responsibility forecast, consider longer-term tax challenges and start consultations on how they can be addressed. The government has the option to make immediate changes to […]

HMRC rejected self-assessment expenses and excuses

HMRC have released the latest list of imaginative excuses made by individuals who failed to submit their self-assessment return by 31 January deadline in 2017. Excuses include alien sightings and being too busy touring with a one-man play. HMRC’s annual list of outlandish excuses is used to publicise the self-assessment deadline of 31 January following […]

Paying HMRC? Not at the post office or by credit card.

Are you paying HMRC this month? With many individuals having tax payments to make at the end of this month, it is important to be aware that HMRC have announced that they will no longer accept payments made at the Post Office or by credit card. Post office payments HMRC has announced that with effect […]

Albert Goodmans trainees celebrate 100% pass rate

We hope you can join us in congratulating nine of our current trainees in passing their ACA Advanced Accountancy Exams this month, therefore giving everyone here at Albert Goodman a very bright start to the year! Covering a range of topics including; Corporate Reporting and Strategic Business Management, the ACA-accredited Advanced Exams form the final part […]

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