Posts Tagged ‘Christmas tax savings’

Presents for staff CAN MY BUSINESS PAY FOR GIFTS TO CUSTOMERS (& anything else this Christmas)?

At Christmas lots of business owners give their customers a little something to say thank you each year. A bottle of wine or whisky are probably the most common. The question I get asked is……can the business pay for it? Click here to find out…
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Tax Savings – How HMRC can make your Christmas more magical!

I know it’s not Christmas yet, however, you might like to think about an early tax saving Christmas Present. In this months post you can see how buying gifts might just be more cost effective than you thought. Continue reading here….

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Chritmas save tax Have a great Christmas and at the same time save tax

It’s that time of year again…don’t groan I know it’s a really busy time of year in business and personal lives, but it is November and before we know it, Christmas (there I’ve said it now!) will be upon us. It’s a really expensive time of year but come closer and I’ll let you into a little secret HMRC has introduced some new rules for directors of limited companies so why not enjoy Christmas and save tax. Not a director of a limited company…well read on anyway and find out how you too can spread some festive Christmas cheer and save tax maybe!!!
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Spread a little Christmas cheer, save a few quid on tax!

It’s cold, wet and miserable, but don’t let that stop you spreading a little Christmas cheer amongst your team and at the same time perhaps saving you a few quid in tax!

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