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Videos uploaded by user “AMS Accountancy Limited” for the 2017
Tax advantages of a Limited Company
 
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There are 3 advantages using a Limited Company: saving on National Insurance, Taxes and Dividends being able to stay below the High Rate tax threshold. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Be careful when you issue Company shares on forming a Company and how to cancel the shares.
 
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Small Companies should be aware of the consequences to the business when issuing shares; and how to cancel the excessive shares. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Should I register for VAT?
 
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This video describes the rules for joining the VAT scheme, when you must register and covers advantages and disadvantages of being VAT registered. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Expenses that aren’t tax deductible
 
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Common expense claims/queries that aren’t tax deductible
Tax Free Income
 
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New tax free allowances for various types of income
Tax laws on winding up a Limited Company
 
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Following the Autumn Statement 2015, rules for Shareholders paying Income tax on pay outs when winding up a Company. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Annual Pension Allowance – and new restrictions from April 2017
 
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High earners should start planning to avoid restricted Annual Pension Allowance and extra tax from April 17. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
National Insurance - the hidden tax
 
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An opinion piece on how National Insurance is often ignored despite being an important and costly tax.
How to delay registering for VAT
 
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Explaining how businesses selling to consumers can delay having to register for VAT.
How to get good value by talking to your accountant
 
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Get more specific tax/business advice by discussing changes in personal and business circumstance with your accountant. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Understanding Fixed Assets Tangible Fixed Assets and Depreciation
 
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Fixed Assets, particularly Tangible Fixed Assets and their value in the Balance Sheet and Depreciation Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Rules for leaving the Flat Rate VAT scheme
 
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Describing how to exit the Flat Rate VAT scheme voluntarily - and the rules for compulsory exit. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
The tax timetable for electric cars
 
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Electric cars will be more tax efficient from 2020/21
What is the best tax solution for splitting ownership of my property?
 
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Splitting ownership of a property will have different tax implications, depending on whether the owners are married or business associates. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
What are my options for being paid as a Freelancer?
 
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Explaining 3 options plus pros and cons when being paid as a Freelance Contractor: Agency payroll; Umbrella or Personal Service Company.
Freelancers, salaries, dividends and tax.
 
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Helping Freelancers understand different options for handling income. Salary, dividends and splitting dividends with a partner.
I want to change the date for my Company year end, can I do this?
 
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This video looks into uses and the effects of changing the date of a Company accounting year. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
Can 2 Freelancers work through the same Limited Company?
 
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Looking at the pros and cons for 2 Freelancers working through the same Limited Company. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
I'm a freelancer how do I close my Company?
 
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Explaining the options for a Freelancer closing their company – and respective the tax implications.
Understanding Current Liabilities including Trade Creditors, Accruals and Other Creditors
 
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Explaining Current Liabilities, including Trade Creditors, Other Creditors, Accruals and Loans due within one year. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk
AMS Accountancy services for Freelancers
 
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Matt Chapman describes the AMS service for Freelancers, what it includes and how it works
Understanding Current Assets, Cash, Debtors, Prepayments and Stock
 
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Current Assets are easily converted into cash within 12 months also Cash, Trade Debtors, Prepayments and types of Stock. Find out more at www.ams-accountancy.co.uk