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Archive for March, 2013

Business Partnerships – Do They Work?

Starting in Business can be a daunting task itself, and it is important to select the correct trading mode for the new operation. Very quickly, there is usually a choice of 4 trading modes in the UK to consider. These are: Sole Trader, Partnerships, LLP (Limited Liability Partnerships), or Limited Company. Today, I am going[...] Read more »

The Budget Blog

Last Wednesday the Chancellor delivered his normal annual Spring Budget Statement. In previous years, I always used to look forward to watching the Budget presentation live on TV, as I was anxious to hear exactly what was being said, and to hear first- hand the changes in Tax, National Insurance, Fuel Duty and of course[...] Read more »

Should My Business Be A Limited Company?

At the annual Added-Value Meeting with our clients to discuss their Year-end Annual Accounts, we always ask the question of whether their Business should operate through a Limited Company, or if they currently have a Limited Company, whether this still remains the best option for them. At JCL (Jones Cooper Limited), we believe in offering[...] Read more »

Tax Credits – A Potential Nightmare?

I think we can all agree that for most Businesses, the last couple of years have been a period of uncertainty. Uncertainty, as to the level of profits the Business is expected to make, and in some cases uncertainty as to the actual future of the Business. I think we can now add to this[...] Read more »

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