News from your Accountants in Harrogate & Leeds

Keep yourself up-to-date on the latest accountancy news and information with our useful articles.

Deferring taxable gains until future sales

December 6th 2016

It may be possible to delay paying Capital Gains Tax (CGT) if you sell a business asset that is subject to a charge to CGT, but you use all or part of the proceeds to buy new business assets. The relief you can claim is called Rollover Relief.

Our annual prize draw winner is revealed

December 6th 2016

Throughout the year we have been asking our clients what they think about DSC as a firm and asking for suggestions about how we can improve our customer service.

Could International Trade Help Your Business Grow?

November 16th 2016

Are you looking to import new goods or expand into new markets overseas? DSC Chartered Accountants and NatWest Bank have gathered together some of the region’s top advisers on international trade to talk about risks and growth opportunities.  

LEP grants and funding

October 6th 2016

If you want to develop your workforce’s skills and expertise, the LEP (Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership) may be able to help with support and funding.

DSC gets baking and donating

October 6th 2016

On Friday 30th September DSC participated in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Tax and your home

October 6th 2016

If you use your home for business purposes, rent out parts of your home whilst you are still in residence or if you rent out your home while you are resident elsewhere, you may need to consider the tax consequences. This article covers some of the tax issues that you may need to consider.

Claiming back pre registration VAT

October 6th 2016

The good news is you can reclaim VAT added to certain expenditure that was paid out prior to your business registration for VAT. HMRC’s instructions on this issue confirm.

Success at our property tax seminar

October 6th 2016

Last month we ran a FREE one-off technical seminar to help our clients legitimately avoid paying property tax.