Jon Cooper, Director of CooperFaure Accountants covers the following: To understand what GDPR is. To learn what processes firms will need to put in place. To understand how the regulation can benefit a firm. Click here to read the article. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Warchus, partner in Moore Blatch’s Corporate group in Richmond, specialising in commercial and technology law has shared his knowledge and experience in the following fields: Company Structure Shareholder Agreements Running the Business Jon Cooper, Director of CooperFaure Accountants has outlined the following topics: Business Plan Investments Grants R&D Tax Credits Is your Company Structure Optimal? Incorporating a Limited liability company is normally the most […]
Jon Cooper, Director of CooperFaure Accountants and Company Secretary at SteelEye, a compliance tech and data analytic firm, discusses how businesses can begin preparations for GDPR’s impending deadline and the benefits they may see as a result. Click here to read the article. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us […]
Watch our ninety minute webinar on Fundraising for Start Ups here and you can download the presentation. In addition, you can register here for our next webinar on the Next Level Funding for an Early Stage Business which will be on Tuesday 15th August at 7:30pm.
A traditional route for companies to raise investment in the start-up and early stage has been to offer investors shares in the business in return for their funding. In the United Kingdom, this can usually be underpinned by the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) which offer the investor some hugely […]
Following intense lobbying from the Treasury Committees, business, software developers and the accountancy profession, including CooperFaure, the government have announced a delay and a reboot of Making Tax Digital. In the Budget before the election, the intention was for it to be mandatory all businesses to report quarterly and keep records digitally starting in April […]
In the UK, we are in the fortunate position where most people earning a PAYE salary or wage or receiving a pension do not need to complete a tax return. However, each year, as working and lifestyle patterns change, the number of tax returns increases. More than 11,500,000 were filed for the 2015-16 tax year. […]
Have you ever wondered why the tax year in the United Kingdom runs from 6th April to 5th April? The reason is steeped in history. Prior to 1752, the New Year’s Day in Britain used to be in on 25th March, the Spring Quarter day, and the tax year started on the same day. Back in […]
One impact of the government’s decision to call an early General Election in June is that large swathes of the proposed legislation in the Budget has been dropped from the Finance Bill to enable the core measures to be passed yesterday. This included the provisions for Making Tax Digital. Whilst many of the dropped measures, […]
In May 2016, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved by the European Union to come into effect from 25th May 2018. As a Regulation, it is directly applicable across all EU Member States without the need for national legislation and will replace all current data protection legislation. For the United Kingdom, GDPR will […]