Informative Financial Posts
Informative financial posts with current data to keep you on top of your finances.
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Last week, the proposed National Insurance and dividend tax rises were successfully passed through the commons and will officially come into effect from April 2022.
AME Accounting and Co. are proud to announce an official partnership with TIDE banking. Just another reason, to join the AME family.
As a small, online accountancy provider, we understand the importance of delivering a proactive service that generates cost savings for our customers. We have a
Cryptocurrency is a complicated concept in taxes. Don’t get caught out by the tax man, it can prove to be a costly mistake.
With the Stamp Duty holiday in full flow, it is a great time to purchase a new holiday let second home. But avoid the traps now.
With 5 days to go before the new tax year, make sure you utilise those allowances. From ISA’s to pensions, it could save you thousands.
The Budget 2021 was never going to please everyone. We would have liked to see more, but parts of it we love. Get the lowdown here.
With the new tax looming in 2 months time, you and your employer should expect to receive your updated tax code notice for the 2021/22 period. Most of us, will give it one look at it and proceed to quickly put it aside and give it not much thought.
With the 31st January deadline looming, in these uncertain times, many accountants and clients around the UK were beginning to panic.
We therefore took great joy in being named a winner of Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday (SBS) on 18th January. Mr Paphitis, from Dragons Den and current retail entrepreneur, of Rymans, Robert Dyas & Boux Avenue to name a few, named AME as a winner, giving us the boost, to allow us to help fellow Small Businesses further.
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Christmas parties were banned they say…but you still get the allowance, so don’t miss out on Christmas day… HMRC allows an annual £150 per person cost for an annual party, that is exempt from tax and national insurance, so why lose out?!