Salhan warns that review of VAT threshold could draw additional companies into the digital tax regime

Award-winning Midlands’s accountancy firm, Salhan Accountants, is warning businesses to monitor the upcoming review of VAT in case new rules inadvertently drag them into the new digital tax regime. Following the Spring Statement earlier this month the Government released a new consultation, which seeks to review the current VAT registration threshold. The threshold marks the… Read more…

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Spring Statement hints at bigger changes in Budget, but Salhan Accountants says Chancellor needs to listen to businesses’ needs

One of Birmingham’s leading firms of accountants, Salhan Accountants, has said the Chancellor’s first Spring Statement hinted at larger moves in this year’s Autumn Budget, which needs to consider the needs of smaller businesses. Even before the Chancellor rose, HM Treasury had played down the impact of the first Spring Statement. It had been touted… Read more…

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One of Birmingham’s leading accountancy firms calls on the city to get tax returns in on time

Award-winning practice Salhan Accountants is reminding businesses and individuals across Birmingham, the Black Country and the West Midlands to get their self-assessment tax returns in before the deadline in January 2018. Companies and individuals only have a matter of weeks left until the online self-assessment deadline passes at midnight on 31 January 2018. Those who… Read more…

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Chancellor talks of small businesses as ‘backbone of British economy’ but delivers little to SMEs, says Salhan Accountants

One of Birmingham’s leading accountancy firms Salhan Accountants has reviewed the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget and say that it offers little to help small businesses. Rising to address Parliament the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, recognised that the Government couldn’t “build an economy fit for the future without supporting its backbone” – the country’s small… Read more…