You are using an outdated browser. Upgrade your browser today for a better experience of this site and many others.
01243 776938 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reverse charge for the Construction Industry
Learn More »
Employment allowances changes
There will be a new qualification offered in schools and colleges
Did MTD pass the test?
Save time, automate your accounting software
Making Tax Digital (MTD) Concessions
Making Tax Digital (MTD)
Making Tax Digital for VAT
MTD - have you registered?
MTD - it's the final countdown!...
Chancellor delivers Spring Statement amid 'cloud of uncertainty'.
Survey suggests eight in ten businesses 'aware of MTD for VAT'.
HMRC has confirmed that Brexit will not affect the introduction of Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD for VAT).
We hope you have found the Christmas period a time to re charge and make new plans for 2019.
For the holidays we look back at our charity work, and forward into the new year...
Autumn Budget special...
Hammond delivers pre-Brexit Budget for a 'brighter future'.
Attain what you never dreamed you could…
All VAT registered businesses need to be on bookkeeping software by April 2019 to submit VAT returns – contact us today for help.
Contact us now for urgent advice on Making Tax Digital
Those who plan do better than those who do not plan…
June is a busy time with lots of paper work and we appreciate your cooperation.
Don’t tie yourself in knots this May, we have plenty of tips to help get you organised!
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of the accountancy practice in Lewes, formerly kown as Axtons.
First Spring Statement heralds the 'light at the end of the tunnel'
There are certainly some hopeful signs of Spring approaching.
As we settle into 2018, we are pleased to introduce two new members of the team.
With the end of the 2017/18 tax year rapidly approaching, it is advisable to begin planning now in order to minimise your tax bill as we head into the new financial year.
We very much hope you have enjoyed a restful and enjoyable Christmas and are looking forward to what 2018 may bring.
The government is phasing in its landmark Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime, which will see taxpayers moving to a fully digital tax system over the coming years.
With the end of the tax year in sight, now is the ideal time to review your financial planning to ensure that you and your business are making the most of any tax-saving opportunities.
We would like to begin this month’s newsletter by wishing all our clients a very Merry Christmas and thank you for your continued custom.
Hammond heralds vision of an 'outward looking, free-trading nation'
Another busy time is upon us as we prepare for Bonfires and Christmas and it makes you wonder, ‘Where does the time go?’
We are in! On 4th September our bookkeeping department moved in Northgate.
This month we have been 'Scam Spotting' for you, so make sure you are aware by reading our on pages 2 and 3.
Wouldn't it be nice to head into Summer, book a last minute holiday and know that you're leaving behind a well organised business and tidy desk?
The government's new digital tax initiative is due to be phased in between 2018 and 2020, with the stated aim of creating an 'accessible tax system fit for the digital age'.
As we Spring into April we are excited to share with you some developments at James Todd & Co.
Final Spring Budget sets the stage for 'Britain's global future'
We are always striving to find ways to help our clients as much as we can and this month we are highlighting some of the services we offer.
Chancellor pledges post-Brexit economy 'that works for everyone'
Well we’ve had a busy month, so much so that we forgot to tell you that our accounts manager Brian Carter celebrated his 30th birthday in August!!
At this time of year students and pupils are gearing up towards the start of a new school year. After a lax summer of fun.
This is the time of year most of us are thinking abut taking a break and getting away from it all if possible.
We have now reached the mid point of the year and with the bad weather and EU results June brought, it is fair to say there has been some disharmony and stress amongst British citizens
We hope you are looking forward to some lovely summer weather and holidays ahead for a no doubt much deserved rest.
It may be almost the middle of the year now but it seems it is never the wrong time to think about new beginnings.
Easter has now passed but it is about new beginnings, rebirth and new life - why not start some new habits?
Chancellor presents a Budget for the 'next generation'.
We are now in the full swing of 2016 and for many of us our New Year's resolutions are a thing of the past...
Ways to save tax ahead of the 5th April Year End
We know December is a busy time of year so we have kept this newsletter ligher on news and festive!
Chancellor pledges to 'rebuild Britain' as he targets £10bn budget surplus.
As dark nights and winter descends so we start burning the midnight oil completing Tax Returns and working out tax bills; it does feel a little Scrooge like!
Tax planning is a year-round actitivity, but it takes on even more importance as the year end draws nearer.
It’s true that common sense isn't always common practice. Business owner all too often forget that our team are our greatest assets.
As children go back to school we remember that sense of new beginnings: a new tacher, a new classroom and new stationery.
The budget has completely changed the way in which dividends will be taxed and will affect the majority of out clients.
It’s been an exciting time at James Todd with three new members of our team joining: Jess, Gemma and Clare.
Chancellor unveils ‘new settlement from a one-nation Government’
Proper financial planning is always important, but as the end of the tax year approaches, now is the time to ensure that your business and personal finances are as tax-efficient as possible
Stamp duty reforms and business rate feature in pre-Election Autumn Statement.
As your accountants our job is to make sure that you're compliant with the ever more complex UK tax systems.
Osborne offers a Budget to 'bolster resilience'.
Please feel free to get in touch via phone, email or our quick contact form.
We offer initial free consultations – simply contact us to find out more.
Connect with us