In April 2016 two concessions which gave employers leeway if they submitted RTI reports late came to an end. However, HMRC has recently had a partial change of heart. What’s the full story? Penalty recap. To help employers avoid penalties for late RTI reports, i.e.FIND OUT MORE
At Cartmill Stewart & Co, we understand the challenges and time pressures upon small businesses. As Chartered Accountants with offices in Lisburn, Co. Antrim and Banbridge, Co. Down, we are here to help! Let us make things easier for you and share the load. Providing a full range of Accountancy Services, we can make a positive contribution to your business. We promise confidentiality and professionalism at all times.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Starting a business can be a very busy and stressful time for you – why not focus on what you do best and leave the rest up to advisors that you can trust. We are with you every step of the way during the start-up phase. At Cartmill Stewart & Co, we believe trust is based upon three core values: expertise, relationships and knowledge.
You have invested so much time and effort into getting your business off the ground. Now you’re established, you wish you could find an accountant who understands the ins and outs of your business. Cartmill Stewart & Co are committed to long-term relationships, meaning you get the best business advice tailored to your unique situation.
Professionals need accounting services which are different from those of traditional businesses. As a busy professional, the last thing you need to worry about is the business and financial side of what you do. Cartmill Stewart and Co help you to make the most of your business model.
Every individual person has differing financial needs and life objectives. Just because you do not own a business, doesn’t mean you don’t need sound advice when it comes to dealing with your personal tax affairs. Cartmill Stewart & Co tailor the service to your needs and by building long-term relationships we obtain a thorough understanding of your circumstances to offer the relevant advice and support.
Understand your obligations: From 1st April 2016, all workers aged 25 and over are now legally entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. If you haven’t already, you need to take these four steps: Check you know who is eligible in your organisation. Take the appropriateFIND OUT MORE