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New associate among series of new year promotions

Leading independent accountancy firm, Kilsby Williams, has announced a series of promotions within its tax and business services teams to start the new year. Dafydd Ford, who has been with the firm for over 15 years, has been promoted to Tax Associate. Dafydd has experience advising clients across a broad range of sectors and has […]

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HMRC changes penalty regime for late VAT return submissions and payment

Effective from 1 January 2023, HMRC have changed their penalty regime for late VAT return submissions and payment, impacting all VAT registered businesses. The old regime would place the taxpayer into a surcharge period when they either failed to submit their VAT return on time or their VAT payment was late. During the surcharge period, […]

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New government announcement made – Making Tax Digital for Income Tax (MTDITSA)

You will recall that from 6 April 2024 self-employed individuals, businesses and landlords with annual income or property turnover above £10,000 were going to be required to keep digital records of business income and expenses which would then be sent to HMRC as quarterly updates.  This would be followed by an ‘end of period statement’, […]

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Kilsby Williams collection for local foodbanks

This festive season staff at Newport-based Kilsby Williams have been collecting food and essential items for their local food banks. Staff at the tax and accountancy specialist were asked to bring in food and non-food products to add to the collection and all donations will be split between Risca and Newport Foodbanks. The charity drive […]

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Autumn Statement 2022 – a bit of a bonus?

The overarching message from the 2022 Autumn Statement is fiscal drag and tax rises. The debate for owner managers about whether to pay themselves through salary and bonus or dividend rages on. The key changes coming out of the 2022 Autumn Statement are: From 1 April 2023, corporation tax rates are rising from the current […]

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Back to the Future – the associated companies rules

Corporation tax rates are changing and so are the rules for determining when companies are ‘associated’. The one-size-fits-all approach will no longer apply and plans should be put in place now to mitigate the impact of these changes. From 1 April 2023, the rate at which a company pays tax will be determined by comparing […]

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