Outsourcing our bookkeeping and accounting was a good decision, but even better was outsourcing it to EJBC. They have been efficient, cost effective and flexible from day one, and we are very happy with the service that we receive.

Simon Nutbrown

I was introduced to EJBC by recommendation from a friend and have been with them two years now. I have always found them thorough, helpful and easy to deal with. They always respond quickly when I have a question, and the detail and clarity of the paperwork they have produced for me is a refreshing... Read More

Jeremy Porter

Starting a new business can feel a bit daunting but working with EJBC has been pain free from the beginning, enabling us to get on with building our business and delivering the work. In the beginning, as we got to grips with the practicalities of running the business we regularly rang Emma for... Read More

Angela Greenfield

Thinking of selling your business?

25/07/2024 – Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR) applies to the sale of a business, shares in a trading company or an individual’s … More...

Considering a significant gift?

25/07/2024 – There are special rules concerning the liability to IHT of a transfer made during one’s lifetime. For example, most … More...

Current CGT rates

25/07/2024 – Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is normally charged at a simple flat rate of 20% and this applies to most chargeable gains made … More...


New government
08/07/2024

Our new government, and in particular, Rachel Reeves, the new Chancellor, will be responsible for raising the funds that our new government requires to finance its activities.

The government has already declared that it will not increase Income Tax, National Insurance or VAT and government borrowing has to remain within tight limits. In which case, the only source of new money has to come from revenues raised from economic growth – more activity, more tax revenues.

Rachel Reeves is no stranger to government financing as she was an economist at the Bank of England. It will be interesting to see how the Treasury manages government finances if growth is slow in the coming months. For example, will the new Chancellor find it necessary to raise other taxes to meet funding requirements.

Income Tax, National Insurance and VAT are our major taxes but there is speculation that Inheritance Tax, taxation of dividend income and perhaps Capital Gains Tax may come under the Chancellor’s microscope.

The Autumn review is the next “normal” time for the Chancellor to review the state of the UK’s finances but as our new government flexes its muscles, don’t be surprised if the Chancellor announces some changes in the coming weeks.


Accounts

We specialise in preparing end of year statutory accounts for your business, in line with HM Revenue & Customs legislation:

Sole Traders & Partnerships
Limited Companies
Limited Liability Partnerships
Property Management Companies
Property rental income accounts

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Bookkeeping

We can adivise on the best bookkeeping options for your needs and budget, if you would prefer to do the bookkeeping yourself.

There are a number of excellent options including Sage desktop software and market leading online solutions, such as Kashflow & Xero.

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Payroll

ejbc payroll

We can set-up and run your payroll scheme or advise on:

Setting up a new payroll system
Day to day payroll processing
Dealing with PAYE and NI deductions
Completing your end of year returns
Holiday & Statutory pay
Stakeholder pensions

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Start Ups

Starting a Business is an exciting opportunity but at the same time can be daunting.

Why not let us take some of the stress away. We are on hand from the outset to help you through many of the challenges of getting your business up and running successfully.

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