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  • How do I qualify for a state pension?

    Most of us will expect to receive a state pension when we retire. The system, who qualifies and how much you will receive can be complicated so it makes sense to understand what you will be entitled to.

    When you will receive the state pension depends on the date you were born, how long you have been in employment and how many years of National Insurance payments you have made. Your gender can also make a difference depending on your age and when you retired.

  • Jointly Owned Buy-To-Let Property & Deed of Trust

    The Basic Rule

    According to Income Tax Act 2007 (ITA2007/S836), where the property is held in joint names of husband and wife, each spouse is treated as beneficial entitled to the income in equal shares e.g. 50:50 for income tax purposes.

  • A beginner’s guide to self-invested personal pension (SIPP Pension)

    The prospect of a comfortable retirement usually means saving for the future well in advance of turning 65. In the UK there are many ways that you can save into a pension pot, whether that be a workplace pension, a private pension, or even through an alternative type of savings account. One type of pension that often goes overlooked is a self-invested personal pension. This article will cover everything you need to know about self-invested personal pensions including what they are, how to start one and whether or not they are the right pension for you.

  • Spring Statement 2022

    Earlier this week, Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed his Spring Statement 2022 in the House of Commons. There were some interesting inclusions aimed at dealing with rising inflation and energy prices. According to the Office of Budgetary Responsibility, growth for this year is projected at 3.8%, which is considerably less than the previous prediction of 6%. Annual inflation is expected to increase to an average of 7.4% for the year, peaking at 8.7% in the last quarter of 2022.

  • Who pays corporation tax?

    Corporation tax is a bill that all businesses, including limited companies and many other organisations, must calculate and pay to HMRC or risk facing fines or legal penalties. How do you know if you have to pay corporation tax? Are there any exceptions? Read on to find out.

Affordable Pay-monthly Packages

We offer a full range of services to limited companies, solo trader, partnership, charity, LLP, CIC as well as individuals. We have arranged our services into easy to choose packages that suit your needs.

Start-up
£ 50  / Month (+VAT)

This price plan is suitable for the start-up companies who are not VAT registered.

  • Year-end accounts preparation and submission
  • Corporation Tax returns
  • Payroll & RTI submission for 1 employee
  • Personal tax return [salary & dividends income only] (Free)*
  • File confirmation statement (annual return) with Companies House
  • Reference letters for Director only (Free)*
  • Assisting with correspondence from HMRC and Companies House
  • Unlimited face to face advice and email support
  • 1 Director
  • 1 Shareholder
  • Annual turnover should be less than 80K
Limited Company
£ 100  / Month (+VAT)

This price plan is suitable for the companies who are VAT registered and turnover is less than 100K with a couple of employees.

  • Year-end accounts preparation and submission
  • Corporation Tax returns
  • Monthly payroll including RTI submission for up to 2 employees
  • Personal tax return [salary & dividends income only] (Free)*
  • File confirmation statement (annual return) with Companies House
  • Reference letters for Director only (Free)*
  • MTD VAT returns submissions – quarterly
  • Unlimited face to face advice and email support
  • 1 Director
  • 1 Shareholder
  • Annual turnover should be less than 100K
Company Pro
£ 150  / Month (+VAT)

This price plan is suitable for the companies who are VAT registered; turnovers are more than 100K and have 2 directors and shareholders.

  • Company formation (if required)
  • Year-end accounts preparation and submission
  • Corporation Tax returns
  • Monthly payroll including RTI submission for up to 5 employees (Free)
  • MTD VAT returns submissions – quarterly
  • Personal tax return [salary & dividends income only] (Free)*
  • File confirmation statement (annual return) with Companies House
  • Reference letters for Director only (Free)*
  • Unlimited face to face advice and email support
  • 2 Directors
  • 2 Shareholders
  • Annual turnover should be less than 200K
Company Premium
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This bespoke price plan is suitable for the companies who are VAT registered, with more directors, shareholders and employees. Also, annual turnover is more than 200k and requires further bespoke services.

  • Company formation
  • Year-end accounts preparation and submission
  • Corporation Tax returns
  • Monthly payroll including RTI submission all employees
  • MTD VAT returns submissions – quarterly
  • Personal tax return [salary & dividends income only] (Free)*
  • File confirmation statement (annual return) with Companies House
  • Reference letters for the all Directors (Free)*
  • Unlimited face to face advice and email support
  • Flexible and can be discussed
  • Annual turnover should be more than 200K

Add on Services

  1. Personal Tax Returns

    This price plan is suitable for self-employed individuals, landlords and those who need to submit Self-Assessment Tax Returns.

    If you need to submit the Self-Assessment Tax Return, we can offer you competitive prices starting from £150 + VAT. Price can vary according to your nature of income. Please contact us for more details.

  2. Tax Investigation
  3. Business Legal Support
  4. Company Formation
  5. Business Mentoring
  6. ARA accounting services for ATOL & ABTA travel companies

    Our commitment to you is that we’ll ensure all the information we’ve submitted to the Civil Aviation Authority is up-to-date and accurate. 

Taxcare Accountancy was formed to provide Small & Medium Businesses with an affordable, proactive and professional accountancy services…