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The VAT rules relating to food are complicated to say the least. Whilst the food and hospitality industries are no different to any other business, in that they must become VAT registered once their annual turnover reaches £85,000, the specifics of whether food sales are subject to VAT and at what rate can be extremely confusing.Read more
P11ds are due for filing together with any payment for class 1a NIC by no later than 6th July 2018. This may seem a long time away but they are not always straightforward so here at CHW Small Business Accountants in Bolton we advise you not to leave things to the last minute.Read more
Childcare vouchers can save parents with children aged up to 15 years over £1,000 a year on childcare. They’re only available via employers, and many large and small companies take part. They are a good incentive to employees and employers can save money too.Read more
Thousands of grandparents who have given up work to help look after their grandchildren could be missing out on a state pension boost over the course of their retirement. Nicola Roby at CHW Accountants in Bolton explains more.Read more
For small businesses in all industries, late payments for goods and services can be a real headache. Late payments create cash flow problems and can increase the risk that you will not be paid at all. Nicola Roby, Director at CHW Small Business Accountants in Bolton explains your legal right to claim interest.Read more