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Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital for Landlords

Posted: 18th May 2021 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

Nigel Atkinson from Hunter Gee Holroyd and Jamie Eddy from Xero are presenting at the next York Residential Landlords Association event on 8th June 2021: ‘Making Tax Digital for Landlords – How to get prepared for 2023’. Visit the link to book your place: This is a members-only event, however, non-members are allowed to attend… Read more

It’s official…we’re now a Xero Platinum Partner!

Posted: 22nd Apr 2021 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

We have been a proud partner of Xero for a number of years now, helping our clients discover the huge benefits on offer from the world’s leading cloud accounting platform. We are delighted to announce that our expertise with the software has now seen us achieve Xero Platinum Partner status – the very highest rung… Read more

Making Tax Digital – Further measures on the way

Posted: 1st Sep 2020 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

The government has recently announced Making Tax Digital legislation will extend MTD to low turnover businesses and eventually to the realm of income tax. Presently, only businesses with an annual turnover in excess of £85,000 must file returns using approved software and keep a digital record of transactions. However, from April 2022, all VAT registered… Read more

HMRC extends MTD ‘digital links’ deadline until 2021

Posted: 1st Apr 2020 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Businesses participating in Making Tax Digital for VAT have until 1 April 2021 to meet the requirement to have ‘digital links’ within their recordkeeping in light of the coronavirus pandemic. To ease the burden on businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, HMRC has confirmed that it is allowing more time for participants in MTD for VAT to… Read more

Client Focus: Helping farms thrive with easy-to-use cloud accounting software

Posted: 25th Oct 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd HGH's News

“Hunter Gee Holroyd helped me initially with some training but to be honest the software is so intuitive that it’s now second nature.” Rusholme Grange is a three-generation farm, situated on the banks of the River Ouse outside the village of Drax. Phil and Anne Roberts run the family farm, which mainly grows wheat and… Read more

Business structures: what’s the right option for you?

Posted: 18th Sep 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Types of business structure When first thinking about how to start a business, not many people worry about structure. But your business structure can affect how you’re treated by the government and by the law. Here are some of the ins and outs. Business structures and their effects The main types of business structure are… Read more

Businesses are being urged to register for Making Tax Digital before August

Posted: 24th Jul 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Many of the 1.2 million businesses affected by the new rules will be required to submit their first quarterly return to HMRC using software by 7 August. Businesses with an annual turnover above £85,000 are being urged by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to sign up to Making Tax Digital (MTD) before the 7 August VAT filing… Read more

MTD – Deadlines approaching for first VAT returns

Posted: 29th May 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

Eligible businesses with a taxable turnover over the VAT threshold of £85,000 had to register for Making Tax Digital to submit their VAT returns from 1 April 2019. Businesses initially affected by this new initiative include sole traders, partnerships, LLPs, landlords and charities. The start date for some businesses has been deferred to 1 October 2019,… Read more

Putting your business idea into action: Part 2

Posted: 23rd May 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

In the second part of the series we show you how you can test your new business idea before you put it into action. Testing business ideas To help organise your earliest thoughts, think about starting a business from three angles. 1. Customers – Who are they? How will you reach them? Why will they… Read more

Putting small business ideas into action: Part 1

Posted: 14th May 2019 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Blog

How do you come up with a small business idea and how do you decide if it’s any good? Can you do your own research? When will you need to get professionals involved? Here’s how to put your business idea into action. Where do good business ideas come from? Not many businesses start with a… Read more