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Welcome to Seftons Accountants

Welcome to Seftons Accountants

We are a leading practice of accountants in Oldham giving trusted advice to businesses and individuals. "Because Not All Accountants Are The Same"

 

We work closely with our clients and act for a broad range of business and personal clients and have a first class reputation for what we deliver. Apart from the more general accountancy services we can also assist you with business development and specialist tax services. You can receive a very broad range of services and we are familiar with business clients from many sectors including: Manufacturing, Professional services, Retail, Agriculture, Construction, Property rental and development, Transport, Service businesses

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As a director and shareholder of your own company you can decide how much salary to pay yourself each month in order to use your tax-free personal allowance in the most tax efficient way. Any further funds you need can be extracted as a dividend if the company is making a profit. If you are a director of your company and you don't have a contract that sets out terms of employment with the company, you don't have to pay yourself the national minimum wage. So how much should you pay yourself? For 2014/15 if you were born after 5 April 1948 you have a tax free personal allowance of £833 per...
Do you operate your business as an LLP? If you do, you need to be aware of the change in tax treatment of certain LLP members from 6 April 2014. Members who meet all of these conditions will be taxed as employees: A. works for the LLP as an LLP member and at least 80% of the amounts paid to him for that work are disguised salary; B. does not have significant influence over the affairs of the whole of the LLP; and C. is not required to contribute funds to the LLP (a capital contribution), or if he does contribute funds that contribution is less than 25% of his disguised salary for the current...
You may have heard that the price of electronic books and music will rise on 1 January 2015. This because electronic services (including e-books and music), will be subject to VAT in the country where the customer lives from 2015. Currently large suppliers of electronic services tend base themselves in the EU country with the lowest rate of VAT, so they can sell their services with that low rate attached. This change in the law could affect your business if you sell electronic services to non-business customers in other EU countries. "Electronic services" includes a wide range of things...


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