Jun 172013
 

Here’s a helpful article from business zone website:

http://www.businesszone.co.uk/topic/marketing-pr/being-success-online-business-essentials/52570?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+co%2FSNXo+%28BusinessZone+-+All%29

May 012013
 

Real time information (RTI) has had a bumpy start. To read a summary of the major problems and work-arounds discovered so far,  please follow the link below to our monthly tax tips:

 

http://www.butterworthsaccountants.co.uk/news/tax_news/news.php?n=530

Jan 312013
 

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    Mark Butterworth FCA FCCA of Butterworths Accountants, Llandudno, North Wales presents a short video to promote the launch of the firm’s Tax App on android smart phones and the Apple iPhone and iPad.

The Tax App has recently been updated And now includes 9 helpful tax calculators.

 

Jan 312013
 

 

If you’re thinking of starting an online business or adding as a bolt on to your existing business then this article on Start up Donut is a good read:

http://www.startupdonut.co.uk/blog/2013/01/10-tips-starting-onli

Jan 312013
 

 

If you’re a new business in need of finance then consider this article on start up donut which outlines your options:

http://www.startupdonut.co.uk/blog/2013/01/funding-options-start-ups

For further information talk to us as accountants specialising in business startups.

Jan 312013
 

 

If you’re business is new to twitter  then this article by Stefan Topfer  is very helpful on the use of hashtags in tweets:

http://sme-blog.com/top-5-tips-2/top-5-tips-for-social-media-hashtags?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=top-5-tips-for-social-media-hashtags

Jan 072013
 

The annual investment allowance (AIA) gives a 100% deduction for tax purposes for the cost of plant, equipment and certain fixtures in buildings, which qualify for capital allowances. The AIA has an annual cap. This started at £50,000 in 2008, was increased to £100,000 by the previous government, and was cut to £25,000 in April 2012 by the current incumbents.

Now the AIA cap will temporarily increase to £250,000 for expenditure incurred in the two years from 1 January 2013.

To read the full article from our monthly tax tips newsletter click on the link below:

http://www.butterworthsaccountants.co.uk/news/tax_news/news.php?n=504