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Payroll Services from MCC

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Business owners who attempt to complete all the work associated with managing a company’s payroll on their own often find that it is a time consuming activity. This time and energy would be better focussed on other areas of the…

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Capital Allowances on Commercial Properties

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Business owners are forever on a quest to reduce their tax bills. Many are unaware however, that one way they can do this is by claiming capital allowances on their commercial property, through which they can offset the resulting tax…

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in Focus

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In the past few weeks we’ve received lots of questions about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and furloughing. As Chancellor Rishi Sunak has now announced that the scheme will be extended until October, we thought it would be helpful…

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Reasons to Complete Your Tax Return Early

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Millions of people are understandably concerned about their financial affairs, given the uncertainty caused by the UK-wide Coronavirus lockdown. One of the key ways to mitigate this uncertainty is through sound planning and taking a proactive approach to the management…

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Budget 2020: Tax Roundup

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On 11th March, the UK received its first Budget in seventeen months from the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak. In this blog post, Manchester chartered accountant, MCC, gives you a broad overview of the major tax changes due…

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IR35 Tax Reforms To Go Ahead

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From April 2020 the rules for engaging individuals through personal service companies (PSCs) are changing. These individuals are described as “off payroll” and the responsibility for determining whether the off-payroll working rules apply will move to the organisation receiving an…

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Did You Miss the Self Assessment Tax Deadline?

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Almost one million people missed the 31st January self assessment tax deadline this year. If you’re one of them, you will have been fined £100 automatically. Unless you act immediately, that fine will increase over the next few months. Fines…

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