A team you can rely on

Strathmore Accountants is an innovative, accountancy, tax and business advisory practice servicing both individual and corporate clients across the whole of the UK.

Compliance

Our highly experienced team covers many sectors including legal, manufacturing and healthcare.

Business Advisors

Our promise to each and every client is that we will be your most trusted and dedicated advisors.

Finance and Funding

Finance, funding and business support services aimed at helping you whatever your requirement.

What we Do

Individual & Corporate Accounting Services

Strathmore Accountants is an innovative, accountancy, tax and business advisory practice established in 2007 and based in Greater Manchester but servicing the whole of the country.
We take pride in offering a hands-on, proactive approach to supporting our clients; whether you simply need to file an annual tax return or require more frequent advisory and accounting support; we are here to help you.
Our promise to each client is that we will be your most trusted advisor by demonstrating at every opportunity, that we understand your needs and concerns.

OUR TEAM

Our team takes the time to get to know every client and understand their requirements, so whether that is accountancy and financial support, tax compliance or consultancy / advisory, our personal service provides you with a solution to fulfil your requirements.

Please take a look at our website for an overview of our services but if we can help in any way – whether it be with a specific service, or if you need some advice – please contact us on 0161 219 1850.

 

Tax when transferring assets during divorce

When a couple is separating or is divorced it is unlikely that they are thinking about the tax implications of their actions. However, apart from the emotional stress, there are also tax issues that can have significant implications.

The Capital

Changes to Companies House Fees

There have been a number of significant changes in Companies House fees. These changes took effect on 1 May 2024. The last significant change in fees occurred in April 2016.

The new fees have been calculated on a ‘cost recovery’ basis meaning that

Tax credits reminder

We would like to remind our readers that HMRC is currently sending the annual tax credit renewal packs to 730,000 tax credit claimants. HMRC is encouraging recipients to renew their tax credits claim online. HMRC started writing to taxpayers on 2 May

View your annual tax summary

The Annual Tax Summary is a document provided by HMRC that shows details of the tax you pay and how this is used by government.

The Annual Tax Summary shows:

your taxable income from all sources that HMRC knew about at the time that it was

VAT reverse charge for builders

There are special VAT reverse charge rules for certain building contractors and sub-contractors. The rules, which came into effect on 1 March 2021, makes the supply of most construction services between construction or building businesses subject to

Reporting expenses and benefits to HMRC

The deadline for submitting the 2023-24 forms P11D, P11D(b) and P9D is 6 July 2024. These forms can be submitted using commercial software or via HMRC’s PAYE online service. HMRC no longer accepts paper P11D and P11D(b) forms. Employees must also be

Childcare funding for under 9-month-olds

In a recent press release the Department for Education confirmed that parents of children from 9 months old can now apply to access government-funded childcare from September 2024, as England’s largest ever childcare expansion continues.

From 12 May

Universal Credit changes

Universal Credit claimants working less than half of a full-time week will have to look to increase their hours but will be able to benefit from extra work coach support. These changes will see 400,000 Universal Credit claimants receive more help to

Employing staff for the first time?

There are a number of rules and regulations that you must be aware of when you employ staff for the first time.

HMRC’s guidance sets out some important issues to be aware of when becoming an employer.

Decide how much to pay someone – you must pay

Deferring National Insurance payments

Employees with more than one job may be able to defer or delay paying Class 1 National Insurance in certain circumstances.

This deferment can be considered when any of the following apply:

You pay Class 1 National Insurance with more than one

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View your annual tax summary

The Annual Tax Summary is a document provided by HMRC that shows details of the tax you pay and how ...

Tax when transferring assets during divorce

When a couple is separating or is divorced it is unlikely that they are thinking about the tax implications of ...

VAT reverse charge for builders

There are special VAT reverse charge rules for certain building contractors and sub-contractors. The rules, which came into effect on ...

Reporting expenses and benefits to HMRC

The deadline for submitting the 2023-24 forms P11D, P11D(b) and P9D is 6 July 2024. These forms can be submitted ...