Swindells Sponsor Seaford Business Awards
This month Swindells were a sponsor of the Seaford Business awards, we are very proud to sponsor and support the thriving business community that Seaford has become.
"My personal thanks to all those who attended the Seahaven Business Awards Ceremony last Friday and those adventurous souls put forward for an award. A delightful evening in so many ways; fine wine, excellent food and the great company of so many hard working business people. Swindells Chartered Accountants were pleased to sponsor Best Business Person of the Year and our congratulations go to the winners Laurence Pulling and Amy Sutherland of Londis, the runners up Gary Walsh of Elite Industries and third placed Richard Light of Fundraising Auctions.
The Seahaven area has a thriving business community that is founded on excellent service to customers, great products and a real desire to make success of each and every business. An important feature of these Awards is that they really do recognise these achievements locally. Well done!"
Coping with change positively: in business and life
Some change happens slowly and some overnight. In 2012 our office in Uckfield Highstreet was burned to the ground in an arson attack overnight, we know a little about change. This article will discuss how you can cope with change in the business environment and at a personal level.
Top reasons HMRC might choose to investigate you or your company
Anyone can be selected for investigation, a business, director or individual tax payer. £34 Billion is the estimated tax gap between what HMRC collects and what it should collect. They are proactively targeting individuals and businesses using software to indicate anomalies. This article will discuss some of the main reasons HMRC may be interested in you or your business.
CAPITAL GAINS TAX – PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNT
Capital Gains Tax Payments on Account are coming from April next year. At the moment, Self Assessment taxpayers have to pay Income Tax payments on account in January and July each year and then maybe a balancing amount in January after the end of the tax year, whereas the payment date for any Capital Gains Tax is 31 January.
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