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What is a self-assessment tax return?

People or businesses in Scotland with income that’s not automatically taxed must report it in the form of a self-assessment tax return form. HMRC has an online self-assessment system to collect income tax. If you’re unsure as to whether you need to submit a self-assessment tax return, read this blog that outlines everything you need…

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How does the new landlord tax work?

If you’re a landlord about to buy a property to rent in Aberdeen or in Scotland, it’s important to consider tax rates in addition to your purchasing costs and solicitor’s fees. Read on to learn more about landlord tax in Scotland and the rest of the UK: SRIT (Scottish Income Tax) This is a Scottish…

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Overdrawn Director’s Loan

In small limited companies or family owned businesses (known as close companies), often the directors spend personally on behalf of the company when the company’s own cash flow is tight. Conversely, the directors may transfer money out of the company or spend out of the company for personal expenses. When the total funds taken from…

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What grants are available for small businesses?

It can seem daunting to research and find out what grants are available for small businesses in the UK and Scotland. Between eligibility, application processes, and ensuring research is up-to-date, it can be a complicated and time-consuming procedure. But that doesn’t make it impossible. We’ve put together this blog to outline what grants are available…

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