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Separation, divorce, and private residence relief

Creating an effective reward strategy

Electric company vans benefit in kind

Off-payroll working rules (IR35) update

Can soft skills be taught?

Private residence relief – but which property?

Inheritance tax – paying in instalments

Live streaming

Statutory redundancy pay and furloughed employees

Terminal loss relief

Research & Development Tax Relief

Customer retention strategies

Paying for school fees

How to avoid becoming a micro-manager

SDLT and linked transactions

Fast Follower Versus First Mover Advantage

Maintaining your NIC contributions record

Property transaction charges reduced

Protecting your business against fraud

Selling the buy-to-let property at a loss

Cultivating Creativity in the workplace

Extracting income from a family business

Winding up a business

Instagram Stories Functionality as a Marketing Tool

Temporary cut in SDLT – Who benefits?

Improving Your Sales Strategy

Claiming the second grant under the SEISS

Tax implications of providing PPE to employees

Bonus for retaining staff when CJRS comes to an end

New grants to boost recovery of small businesses

Waiver of dividends and remuneration

Capital gains tax implications of selling the buy-to-let

Hardship loans to employees – Covid-19

Tax implications of uncommercial lets

Company car ‘availability’ during Covid-19

Empty properties – is this the end of your rental business?

Stamp duty on share transactions

Tax implications of Covid-19 support payments

Company car mileage rates update

Reasonable excuse – does coronavirus count?

The Chancellor’s Summer Statement 2020

Flexible furloughing from 1 July 2020

Check your tax code

Furnished holiday lettings

Entrepreneur’s Relief Changes

Mortgage payment holidays and interest relief

P45 procedures – When an employee leaves

FRS for VAT – Who is it for?

Deferring self-assessment POA

Dealing with directors’ loans

Calculation of a landlord’s taxable profits

Reporting expenses and benefits for 2019/2020

Reclaim SSP for Covid-19 absences

How to Calculate Statutory Redundancy Pay

Self-Employed Income Support Scheme & Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Update 8 June 2020

30-Days Reporting for Capital Gains Tax

Tax Charge on Company Vans

Rental Expenses – When Can You Claim Relief?

Defer VAT During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tax-Efficient Savings for all the Family

Relief for Replacement Domestic Items

Help for the Self-Employed During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Case Study: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Claims

What Can Be Done With Property Rental Losses?

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Leaving Your Main Residence to Go Into Care

Profit Extraction in 2020/21 – What is the Optimal Salary?

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings

Small Business Advertising Fund

Cars and Vans – What’s New for 2020/21

Annual Investment Allowances

New-Style Lettings Relief

Self-Employed Income Support Scheme ‘SEISS’

Claiming the National Insurance employment allowance for 2020/21

Running a Business From Home

Making Tax-Free Payment to Employees Working from Home

Covid-19: Business Rate Help for Smaller Businesses

Take Advantage of Interest-Free Loans

Restricted Employment Allowance

New NIC Thresholds

Optimum Director’s Salary 2020/21

Tax Demanded For Earlier Years

COVID-19 Business Update 30-3-2020

Off-Payroll Working Rules

Self-Employed Taxable Grant

Coronavirus Update 25/3/2020

Pay Capital Gains Tax in 30 Days

COVID-19 Economic Update 20/3/2020

COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus

VAT on Letting Land

Budget 2020 Report

Loan Charge Action

Corporation Tax Penalties

AAT – Full Membership

29 October 2018 – Autumn Budget

AAT accredited employer

Auto Enrolment Contributions Rates rise from 6 April 2018

National Minimum Wage and Living Wage

Holden Associates – Accountants

Autumn Budget 2017

Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 September 2017

Budget Report 2017

Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 March 2017

Autumn Statement 2016 – Pro-small business or anti-small business?

Small Business Accountant – make your business a success

Starting a business

R&D Tax Credits

UK businesses at record level

National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates

Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 September 2016

HMRC warning about telephone scam

Dividend Tax

Optimum Directors Salary 2016/2017

Budget 2016

Employers’ NIC Allowance

HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 March 2016

HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 December 2015

Autumn Statement 2015

HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 September 2015

Is UK Business getting the right advice?

Summer 2015 Budget Report

Auto Enrolment

Optimum Directors Salary 2015/16

Budget Report 2015

HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates 1 March 2015

HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates from 1 December 2014

Autumn Statement 2014

Business Advisor

How to work out your cash flow

Are you on track for business growth?

HMRC Advisory fuel rates from 1 June 2014

Starting in Business

Directors pay from 6 April 2014

2014 £2,000 NIC Employment Allowance

Don’t miss out on using your isa allowance

What expenses and deductions can be claimed

Working With Clients to Meet Their Long-Term Goals

Our Core Values

Welcome to the online presence of Holden Associates, we are a family run firm of Qualified Accountants, Business and Taxation Consultants, but then you know that, but do you realise that we are just like you, yes that’s right, we are running a business too, it just happens to be an accountancy business.

Trusted

Our advisors and their skills aren’t just tried and tested; they’re trusted too. We’re technically competent, experienced and completely confidential when working with our clients.

Welcoming

We’re not about the corporate feel. We’re a warm, friendly, approachable team who pride ourselves on communicating in layman’s terms – no silly bamboozle, just simple business.

Analytical

Our analytical skills are second to none; we certainly don’t take things at face value and in our industry, a keen eye for analysis can be the difference between standard assistance and excellent services.

Relatable

Contrary to popular belief, accountants are humans too! We’re wholly empathetic and can relate to a variety of life and business experiences to provide an excellent, trusted service.

Approachable

Our door is always open. There’s no question too complicated, and no job too big or small. We want our customers to feel totally comfortable when seeking help and guidance, and they do.

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