Are you missing out on these legitimate tax savings?

We are fast approaching the end of the tax year and it may also be the end of your businesses financial year whether you are a sole trader or Limited company.

We are fast approaching the end of the tax year and it may also be the end of your businesses financial year whether you are a sole trader, partnership or Limited company.

There is a lot of doom and gloom out there and uncertainty surrounding Brexit, but the truth is we just have to get on and influence/change what is actually under our own control.  Let’s face it, there is nothing we as the ordinary public can do about Brexit except wait and hope our democratic political system gets the best deal it can as we approach the end of March.

So, now is a good time to make sure that you and your business finances are top notch and as tax efficient as they can be.  As my little gift to help you on your way I have attached The Ultimate Tax Saving Checklist for Business Owners.

I’d recommend you grab yourself a coffee or a cup of tea if that’s your drink of choice.  Maybe even grab a chocolate biscuit and sit down for 15 mins to work your way through the checklist to see what areas of your business, your family and your investments could benefit. 

What have you got to lose, you might just find some areas where you could save some money which is better in your pocket right now!!  At the very least you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you are as tax efficient as you can legitimately be!

Happy reading/ticking 😊

You can download the document here –KMA Accountancy The Ultimate Tax Saving Checklist

If we can help at all, drop an email to wecare@kmaaccountancy.co.uk or call us on 0161 410 0016.

It is important that you take professional advice before making any decisions based on the information that you learnt here. While every effort has been made to make sure it and any downloads are accurate it cannot be precisely tailored to your personal circumstances.This article is for general information only and no action should be taken, or refrained from, as a result of this information.  Professional advice should be taken based on specific circumstances in each individual case.  Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information contained in the article and attachments is correct, no liability  will be accepted by KMA Accountancy which is a trading name of Kim Marlor Associates Ltd or damages of any kind arising from the contents of this communication, or for any action, inaction  or decision taken as a result of using any such information.

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