Client Advisory Letters

DTE client advisory letters have been specifically produced by our experts for advisors to send to their clients. They explain in simple terms the subject in question. Each letter consists of two standard A4 pages. Alternatively they are available as a Microsoft word file. On receipt the letter may be used as many times as desired either in the format supplied or tailored to your own specifications. Use of the DTE client advice letters should generate interest from clients in your services and is an easy cost effective way to update clients on the key issues which are relevant to them. At the same time your practice will be perceived by your clients as pro-active on the issues which really matter to them.

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An analysis of the actions a prudent taxpayer should take to ensure bonus and other provisions are in accordance with accounting standards and therefore allowable for corporation tax purposes.
An explanation of the tax-free mileage rates which can be paid to company car users plus an outline of the provisions on van and van fuel benefits and the basis on which VAT fuel scale charges arise.
An outline of the scheme, to whom it applies and in what circumstances, together with practical advice to avoid potential pitfalls.
An overview of the Chancellor's March 2016 Budget announcements and Finance Bill proposals concentrating on those proposals affecting smaller businesses and their owners.
The present regime of penalties in respect of late payment of PAYE/NIC is explained.
The Budget in July saw major changes to the taxation of buy to let landlords that will become effective from April 2017.
An outline of the fundamental changes to the way in which dividends are taxed for individuals announced in the Summer Budget 2015.
A basic outline of what is a Director's Loan Account, how they work and their tax implications.
This letter explains the opportunities, benefits and practicalities of using main residence elections to maximise capital gains tax reliefs.
An overview of Entrepreneurs' Relief and the potential pitfalls to be avoided for sole traders, partnerships and shareholders in small limited companies.
An analysis of the duties and responsibilities for directors of private limited companies.
Consideration of the interaction of Real Time Information for directors of small companies.
Details of the changes to the capital allowances regime which have occurred over the last couple of years and future proposed changes together with tax planning tips.
Consideration of when the £30,000 tax free payment limit may apply and, perhaps more importantly, when relief will be denied.