PERSONAL TAX

PERSONAL TAX

BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL

BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL

BUSINESS SERVICES

BUSINESS SERVICES

HELP & ADVICE

HELP & ADVICE


J S Weeks & Auto Enrolment

Over the next two years, anyone who runs a payroll will be required to comply with the revised Pensions Regulations and this includes even the smallest of employers.

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If you would like help getting the ball rolling for Auto Enrolment come and chat to us. We can provide as much or as little support as you need to navigate your way through the new employer requirements. 

We provide a full Payroll & Auto Enrolment service that covers all the elements of dealing with The Pensions Regulator, setting up a Pension and corresponding with your employees

J S Weeks & Xero

Intuitive, beautiful and liberating online accounting software designed for small businesses. We recommend and support Xero because it makes working together so easy.

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Find out for yourself why one of our clients has said "quite simply the most exciting part of my day - I actually love doing my books now and can't wait to do the bank reconciliation"

Visit the Xero page on our website and talk to any of our team to find out how Xero could change your (business) life or visit Xero Online Accounting Software for further details.


The Autumn Statement 2015

George Osborne failed to produce a big surprise “rabbit” out of his collection of tax measures and spending announcements set out in the Autumn Statement, but a few hares were set running amongst property investors. They will face increased Stamp Duty Land Tax charges from 1 April 2016, and accelerated payments of Capital Gains Tax from 2019.

There is some relief that the changes to travel and subsistence rules for contractors working through personal service companies will not be implemented as widely as suggested in the earlier consultation.

Lower paid workers will be grateful that the rates and thresholds for Working and Child Tax Credits are to be frozen at the 2015/16 levels for 2016/17, rather than being cut drastically as announced in the Summer Budget. Tax credit claimants are gradually being moved on to the new Universal Credit so their relief may be short-lived.   

The Government will collect extra tax revenues from increasing certain duties, and advancing the dates on which tax is payable, as we detail here.