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About Niki Freeman
Niki joined Wright & Co in 1997 from Swain & Co Accountants and is resident in our Wednesbury office.
Niki maintains the smooth running of our Wednesbury office and is responsible for the compliance and money laundering regulations of the practice.
Entries by Niki Freeman
I am a sole trader and I run my business from home. I am using the cash basis for preparing my accounts for tax. Can I claim expenses for running my business from home? Under HMRC’s ‘simplified expenses’ regime, if you work more than 25 hours a month from home, you should be able to […]
Following an earlier period of consultation, HMRC have published draft legislation along- side a further technical consultation document, setting out proposals for the main features, processes and requirements of the new Help-to-Save accounts scheme, which is set to commence in 2018. Help-to-Save will be targeted at working families on low incomes to help them build […]
HMRC have launched a new service designed to directly help mid-sized businesses as they expand and grow. The new Growth Support Service (GSS) will be open to some 170,000 mid-sized businesses registered in the UK who are undergoing significant growth, and who either have a turnover of more than £10 million, or more than 20 […]
In July, the Government confirmed that the Summer Finance Bill would be published in September, with the measures dropped from the pre-election Finance Bill being reintroduced in more or less the same form, from the initially planned commencement dates. Clauses dropped from the pre-election bill and expected to be brought back include those on Making […]
Employment status tax cases often make the headlines in the professional press and the June 2017 case of Tomlinson was no exception. In this case, the First-tier Tribunal found that a double glazing salesman (Mr Malcolm Tomlinson) was self-employed and not an employee as he had claimed. As with most employment status cases, this case […]
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Pay) Regulations 2017 (SI 2017/692) took effect from 26 June 2017 and replace the previous 2007 Regulations with new statutory requirements for systems and procedures. Broadly, the regulations require firms undertaking certain financial activities to apply risk-based customer due diligence measures and take […]
Does your company do one of the following seven things? Develop new software Implement product automation Launch new products Develop new materials Create new recipes Improve processes Develop new products or improve existing ones If so then your company could qualify for R&D tax relief and get some money back to help fund your next […]
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) announced its new Making Tax Digital (MTD) in the March 2015 Budget but since then, there have been many consultations and changes in the implementation dates. The aim is for HMRC to be interacting digitally with all taxpayers. MTD had been planned to start in April 2018. It will now […]
This report is intended to provide an overview of the latest announcements and recent measures most likely to affect you or your business. Throughout this guide we have included tips and ideas for effective tax and financial planning, but it is important to remember that this planning should be an ongoing year‐round process, rather than […]