News from your Accountants in Harrogate & Leeds

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

Free Property Tax Seminar

August 2nd 2017

Are You a Property Owner or Looking to Invest in Property? Free Advice on Tax and Business Structure.

DSC looks after your financial future, as well as your present

August 2nd 2017

The performance of your pensions and investments today could make a critical difference to your financial wellbeing in the future and, with so much change and uncertainty in the UK economy, reliable tax advice from a trusted source has never been more important. 

The effect of Brexit and the last general election on our local economy

August 2nd 2017

What impact will the Brexit referendum and the last General Election have on the local economy? In these uncertain economic and political times, how will your business be affected? Free breakfast briefing in Harrogate which will examine the effect of the recent political changes on our local economy.

Did you know we can look after all your taxes

July 5th 2017

... DSC can look after all your taxes?

Landlords bear the brunt of recent tax changes

July 5th 2017

Recent budgets have done little to improve the financial position of landlords. One change stands out above the rest: the loss of higher rate tax relief on finance charges.

Self-employed combined liability

July 5th 2017

Whether you pay Income Tax or National Insurance, the effect on your cash flow is the same. The payments are a necessary part of our obligation to fund the activities of State, but the self-employed are often surprised that their bi-annual tax payments cover Income Tax and National Insurance.

Are we making progress with Making Tax Digital

July 5th 2017

There is evidence that HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) implementation team are working with advisors and their clients to beta test the computer systems that will drive the quarterly upload process when it is timed to begin April 2018.

McLaren racing team lose tax appeal

July 5th 2017

It is a well-established feature of previous judgements that a fine imposed to punish an organisation should not be treated as tax deductible - the tax relief secured would effectively share out the burden of the punishment with the rest of the taxpaying community.