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Thursday, 6 August 2015

 

Welcome to the Exceed monthly newsletter.

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Some of the key changes that will impact small businesses in particular are set out below:

Taxation of dividend income from April 2016. The present 10% dividend tax credit is being abolished from April 2016. In its place an annual dividend tax allowance of £5,000 is being introduced. Dividends received will be free of further charge to Income Tax up to this limit. Above the £5,000 limit dividend income will be taxed as follows:

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When it comes to financial information, many small businesses keep to the basic quarterly or annual statements from their accountants. Aside from dealing with the daily financial and cash flow issues, owners can make the mistake of neglecting valuable information—information that can be used to manage their businesses successfully now and optimise its health in the future.  FRS102 -  "The Financial Reporting Standard applicable to the UK and Republic of Ireland" fundamentally reforms financial reporting in the UK could further affect how you remeasure the assets and liabilities of your business.. 

To truly understand the current state of your business and to plan for the future, you need to understand your financial statements. Financial statements assist you to:

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If you are required to file a Self Assessment tax return there are compelling arguments to support the notion that you should calculate your tax position as soon as you can after the 5 April. Don’t forget, it is possible to work out your tax position for 2014-15 and consider your planning options before you file the return. Certainly, we can undertake this for you.

By the end of May or early June 2015 you should be able to draw together most of the information.

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IAPA Annual International Conference, New York City - Forces Driving Change In The Accounting Profession

IAPA Annual International Conference, New York City, 26-29 October. Forces driving change in the Accounting Profession

October 31, 2014

Exceed UK was among the more than 95 accounting firms attending IAPA's International Conference held in New York, 26-29 October. Exceed is a member of IAPA, a top 10 international association of independent accounting and business advisory firms with 210 member firms in 70 locations.

Programme content included an overview of major international forces driving change for the accounting profession for the future, with a keynote presentation by Barry Melancon, AICPA President & CEO. Mr Melancon additionally spoke on key AICPA initiatives focusing on supporting members against a background of change in the business and regulatory environment.

Guest speakers included Mr Fayezul Choudhury, CEO of the International Federation of Accountants, who addressed delegates on the importance of IFAC's work for professional firms and their clients and in particular IFAC's current work in the SME/SMP sectors. Other speakers presented on managing risk in an accounting firm and related cyber / liability issues.

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Exceed UK (www.exceeduk.co.uk) and Caban Investments UK (www.caban.co.za) are proud to announce the formation of a new accounting firm, Exceed TBL Accountants Limited, which offers SA companies infrastructural support in selling their products and services in the UK.

Caban will be emulating the SA model in the UK . Exceed TBL Accountants Ltd is equally held by TBL Capital Limited and Exceed (UK) Limited.

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Having spent many years building a business, entrepreneurs can still look forward to a maximum tax hit of just 10% when they sell their business, as long as they have organised their business affairs so that they qualify for the CGT Entrepreneurs’ Relief.

Basically, you will need to demonstrate that you meet certain criteria for the year ending on the date you dispose of your business. For example, if you run your business through a company:

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 As we continue into 2014, many businesses and their teams are taking a step back, looking at the business, considering how the market will develop over the next 12 months and creating plans to grow the firm and take advantage of changes in the business environment.

A typical approach to planning suggests multiplying last year's financial results by an acceptable growth factor. Industry standards vary, often from 5% to 25%. Add to that number any enhancements to your product or service lines plus solutions to key problems you've been meaning to address, and that will essentially give you an outline of a business plan.

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Understanding that there are basically just four ways to create a better business can play a crucial part in your entire business planning process.

The four ways are:

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The following business ratios are commonly referred to as profitability ratios. You can use them to monitor how well you business is performing.

Whether you choose to do your own financial statements or to have someone else do them for you, understanding these important ratios will help you manage your business more successfully.

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