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  • Ledger notes - Cheesman Accountants
    Continue Reading Why a Business Owner Seeking Finance Needs to be a Boy Scout By Carol Cheesman on 11th May 2015 in Accountancy Funding Sooner or later every business needs an injection of cash Whether it is for launching a start up investing in new technology or financing an expansion sourcing fresh funds can be crucial That funding may take a variety of forms loan investment grant but regardless of the route taken funder confidence is vital Continue Reading 0 Changes to Capital Gains Tax affecting residential property owners who are non UK resident By Carol Cheesman on 22nd April 2015 in Tax On 5th April 2015 the rules relating to Capital Gains Tax changed These changes will affect you if you are currently non UK resident and you own residential property in the UK If that s you than you need to take action now Failing to do so could mean you end up paying more tax if Continue Reading Probate now there s a third way By Carol Cheesman on 22nd February 2015 in Probate Until relatively recently executors dealing with a loved one s estate faced two choices when obtaining probate They could do it themselves with the attendant risks that are involved in navigating a process with which they are likely to be unfamiliar Or hire a solicitor to do the job for them The benefit of the former Continue Reading Wanted in England An accountant from Ireland By Carol Cheesman on 19th November 2014 in Accountancy Are you an Irish qualified chartered accountant with one or two years post qualification experience Do you fancy working for an accountancy practice that s based in one of the most vibrant areas of London Then you could be just the person we re looking for We want to

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/ledger-notes/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Contact - Cheesman Accountants
    Tax Personal Tax Accounting Auditing Auditing Bookkeeping Financial Planning Cheesmans team We re Hiring Carol s Blog Contact Return to Content Contact Please contact Cheesmans if you have any queries or want to become a client Contact Carol Cheesman Cheesmans 4 Aztec Row Berners Road London N1 OPW Tel 0207 354 3914 Fax 0207 354 9816 Send an email Licensed to carry out the reserved legal activity of non contentious

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/contact/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Understand your business. Accounting for Business Success
    are some common aspects to the service we provide Understanding your needs At the outset we make sure we fully understand your business situation to ensure that your primary accounting tax compliance and other related needs are met This creates a context for our support and a basis for our relationship Taking a proactive approach From the start our priority is to support you to minimise your tax payments and

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/our-services/accounting-auditing/accounting-for-business-success/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Inheritance tax planning
    a sizeable proportion of your wealth to the taxman when you die By talking to us at Cheesmans You ll get our wholehearted attention At Cheesmans we are accountants who have been helping high net worth individuals safeguard their wealth since 1990 As such we re only too familiar with the ins and outs of inheritance tax planning We re also meticulous We look at every aspect of our clients accumulated wealth investments money businesses and property both in the UK and abroad We leave no stone unturned We believe that every detail no matter how small deserves our wholehearted attention We leave nothing to chance You could of course take our advice and then pass it on to your solicitor to write your will But in our experience that s far from ideal Us telling you what to do then you telling your solicitor what to do can lead to a bad case of Chinese whispers And you don t want flaws in a will to come to light after you ve passed away when it s too late to do anything about them So as well as all the tax planning we will also prepare your will here

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/inheritance-tax-dont-let-your-money-die-with-you/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Job opportunity in Cheesman's Legal & Secretarial Department
    wills and associated documents Preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney forms Assisting in the delivery of time critical documents Good typing skills would be an asset Good communication skills both written and verbal are required Salary Market Rate Job Type Permanent full time In the first instance please send your CV using the form below formidable id 7 About Carol Cheesman View all posts by Carol Cheesman Subscribe Subscribe to our

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/job-opportunity-company-secretarial-legal-department/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Carol Cheesman, Author at Cheesman Accountants
    previous roles in Continue Reading Why a Business Owner Seeking Finance Needs to be a Boy Scout By Carol Cheesman on 11th May 2015 in Accountancy Funding Sooner or later every business needs an injection of cash Whether it is for launching a start up investing in new technology or financing an expansion sourcing fresh funds can be crucial That funding may take a variety of forms loan investment grant but regardless of the route taken funder confidence is vital Continue Reading 0 Changes to Capital Gains Tax affecting residential property owners who are non UK resident By Carol Cheesman on 22nd April 2015 in Tax On 5th April 2015 the rules relating to Capital Gains Tax changed These changes will affect you if you are currently non UK resident and you own residential property in the UK If that s you than you need to take action now Failing to do so could mean you end up paying more tax if Continue Reading Probate now there s a third way By Carol Cheesman on 22nd February 2015 in Probate Until relatively recently executors dealing with a loved one s estate faced two choices when obtaining probate They could do it themselves with the attendant risks that are involved in navigating a process with which they are likely to be unfamiliar Or hire a solicitor to do the job for them The benefit of the former Continue Reading Wanted in England An accountant from Ireland By Carol Cheesman on 19th November 2014 in Accountancy Are you an Irish qualified chartered accountant with one or two years post qualification experience Do you fancy working for an accountancy practice that s based in one of the most vibrant areas of London Then you could be just the person we re looking for

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/author/emmenthal/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Cheesmans Accountants looking for Irish-qualified Audit Senior
    involve a mixture of audit accounts and corporation tax on a diverse portfolio of clients located both in the UK and Ireland The Audit Senior will be involved in all aspects of audit assignments from planning through to completion and will be expected to have had this experience in previous roles in addition to strong client communication skills The ideal individual will be qualified and currently working in a similar role at a small to mid tier practice with experience on audits with 5m plus turnovers The individual will also be expected to have a working knowledge of the Irish Payroll obligations Irish Corporation Tax and have experience in undertaking both Irish Audits and Irish Statutory Accounts preparation Salary Market Rate Job Type Permanent full time In the first instance please send your CV using the form below formidable id 7 About Carol Cheesman View all posts by Carol Cheesman Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts We are currently looking for an individual to join our Company Secretarial Legal Department Probate now there s a third way Buying or Selling How will the new VAT changes affect your business How SEIS could help your

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/job-vacancy-for-irish-qualified-audit-senior/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Is your Year End threatening your business?
    of items that straddle the Christmas period such as the receipt of final sales invoices and receipt of final purchase invoices If not December 31st how about March 31st Stocks of Christmas trees would be low then But if you re a limited company March 31st as a Year End may not be wise This is because tax must be paid within nine months and one day of the Year End which means with a March 31st Year End corporation tax has to be paid by January 1st the following year Any personal tax bills if you are not totally under PAYE have to be paid by January 31st That could squeeze your cash flow Around February March having collected any debtors from November December tree sales cash reserves should be at their peak therefore it may be appropriate to choose a Year End requiring tax to be paid on April 1st this would make the Year End June 30th To check if this works as a date for a Year End we need to answer yes to three questions After this date would stock levels be low Yes Would the period when accounts would be prepared August September be relatively quiet Yes Would the tax payment date be good for cash flow Yes You can see that by asking these questions of dates before and after June 30th securing three yeses becomes more difficult for example a later date could drop Year End related accounting work into a busy trading period and an earlier date may mean tax bills becoming due when new stock has to be purchased You need to ask these questions in relation to your business Of course there are other considerations too One factor that could override all others considerations is whether the Year End

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/is-your-year-end-threatening-the-sustainability-of-your-business/ (2016-04-25)
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