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Mint accounting are a dedicated team of professionals with offices in Cambridge, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds. We provide cost-effective, high value solutions to meet all of your financial needs. We work hard to get to know you and your business and offer a cost effectively friendly approach along with bespoke advice helping you improve your business and minimise your tax liability. To access a wealth of information visit our resource centre or view our free factsheets.
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Supplying a comprehensive range of financial and business support services and ongoing strategic advice. A professional, personal, effective solution to all of your day-to-day accounting needs...
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Access to really useful resources including: calculators, tax rates and allowances, market data, a tax calendar together with access to HMRC and Companies House forms...
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02 Aug 2019
The government has published the draft legislation for the next Finance Bill including the rules for off-payroll working in the private sector.
From April 2020, the government will introduce a new 2% tax on the revenues of search engines, social media platforms and online marketplaces which derive value from UK users.
From 6 April 2020, insolvency legislation will be amended to move HMRC up the creditor hierarchy for the distribution of assets in the event of insolvency.