APAS Business Solutions can help you in the following areas:
Real Time Information (RTI)
If you have not yet joined RTI, APAS Business Solutions will set you up and run your employee payroll information for you and send your employee information directly to HM Revenue and Customs on your behalf. The majority of businesses are required to be on RTI. Call us now on 0208469 1756 for advice or e-mail your enquiry to email@example.com
Are you thinking of running your own Business? APAS Business Solutions can register you as Self-Employed and take care of all your bookkeeping needs, while you can focus on running your business. We will keep your bookkeeping up-to-date and file your self-assessment tax returns for you. We will keep your accounts in tip top condition and prepare your cash flow for your yearly budgets.
All clients are welcome to visit our office at: 355 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AT
APAS Business Solutions are practice Bookkeepers registered with the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers. We provide bookkeeping services and business consultations for sole traders and small to medium sized businesses. APAS Business Solutions provide a professional and reliable bookkeeping service dedicating the required time and energy to work with you to take care of your books. To ensure you…
Keeping accurate records helps you pay the right amount of tax and avoid paying any extra tax or penalty fines.
Having an accurate bookkeeping system will help you to keep track of your expenses and monitor your expenditure in line with your budget. It will help you to keep track of what your customers owe you and what you owe your suppliers. APAS Business Solutions will help you keep your cash flow running smoothly and offer you the best advice for your business. Please call us now on 020 8469 1756 or 07965 921 328 or e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Cap from April 2013 New rules have been introduced from the 06th April 2013 to set a limit on specific income tax reliefs such as loss relief against general income and early year trade loss relief as discussed above. The limit will be set at the greater of £50,000 or 25 per cent of income. Certain trades also have special rules in relation to losses, the main ones being farmers and authors. …