Are You A Business Owner? - Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax!
August 2016 saw us give a talk to fellow business owners in Stoke who are FSB members about our Top 5 ways To Save Tax.
The talk was part of the North Staffs branch's regular series of members networking meetings held each month in Stafford and Stoke.
This was the opportunity to share our Top 5 ways To Save Tax with local business owners, many of whom were new to business.
From the questions or discussions afterwards, many of the audience have been in business for several years. They were not getting the best advice from their accountant.
What Are Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax?
Over the last few years, we have condensed down our advice to 5 main areas which covers most of the small business we meet.
- Use your family
- Get your VAT right
- Use of home as office
- Use of vehicle
Our Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax Presentation
To see our presentation in full read here:
Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax Call To Action
So if you are new in business or trading for a number of years then it is time to take stock. Are you missing out on any tax savings by not reviewing any of our Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax? You will be surprised on what you can do legally and all above board!
Do you know of any other great tips to help save money that we have not shared already in our Our Top 5 ways To Save Tax that can be shared with our readers? Then let us know via the comments or through LinkedIn.
Don’t be shy about not leaving a tip with the Taxman! It is good for you, your bottom line and your business!
The PJW Call To Action
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Remember - Don’t Leave a TIP with the Taxman!