'Tax Simplifcation - Truth or Fiction?'
|Event:||'Tax Simplifcation - Truth or Fiction?'|
The cash basis of accounting has been presented as a tax simplification, but is it? The cash basis is an optional method of reporting profit/losses made by small unincorporated business from 6 April 2013. However, Universal Credit claimants must use a version of the cash basis to report self-employed income from October 2013.
Fixed rate allowances can be used to simplify the reporting of costs incurred by unincorporated businesses - whether or not the cash basis is also used. Do you understand how these fixed rate allowances work?
Three VAT schemes claim to simplify VAT for small businesses: the flat rate scheme, cash accounting and annual accounting. Barry will explain how these schemes work and the complications that can arise.
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|Date:||29 Apr 2014|
|Duration:||Registration fron 6pm, meeting 6.30pm - 8.30pm|
Kents Hill Park Conference Centre
|Milton Keynes MK7 6BZ|
|Type of Event:||Members' Network Meeting|
|Cost:||£16.50 + VAT|
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