All posts by Chris Mollan

Top tax tips

13 Top Tax Tips

A limited company structure is usually the best way to legitimately and compliantly minimise your tax bill. This is because you can take remuneration through an efficient mix of salary and dividends and claim a […]

What is GDPR?

What is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)?

What is it? The General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (“GDPR”) is EU legislation set to apply in the UK from 25th May 2018.  It replaces the current Data Protection Act (“DPA”) and is designed to […]

Credit control process

A guide to credit control: the basics

Credit control shouldn’t just be restricted to bigger businesses.  In fact, the process of agreeing, monitoring and collecting money should be part of day to day life of every business. Working for yourself brings many […]

Can’t pay your tax bill? What can you do?

As though you need any further reminding, but the tax return deadline is shortly upon us and you only have a few days left to file your personal tax return with HMRC.  However, don’t forget […]

Unique Tax Reference number: Lost, misplaced or don’t have a UTR?

You don’t have time to waste. The deadline for filing a self-assessment tax return is days away and to successfully submit your return to HMRC, you must have a Unique Tax Reference number, called a […]

Self Assessment Late Filing Excuses

With Christmas and New Year becoming a distant memory, the accountants at Clever Accounts quickly turn their attention to the looming self assessment tax deadline. As with every year, the deadline to file a self […]

Christmas Opening times

With Christmas a couple of weeks away and office parties in full spirit, we thought it’s be a good time to let you know our opening hours during the festive period. December 2017 Friday 22nd […]

Allowable business expenses: The Christmas party season is upon us!

With the festive season in full swing and Christmas parties being the talk of the office, it is worth considering what expenses you can claim through your limited company. The “Annual Party” As a director […]