Minimise Your Tax Workshops

Make a positive impact

“Save me tax!” is probably the most common cry we hear as accountants, which is why we decided to run a set of practical tax workshops from our own offices, covering a range of topical tips for you to help minimise the effect tax has on your business (and in your back pocket!).

But, we’ve decided to do things a little differently.

When you come to one of our workshops, we’ll ask you to donate a small amount to contribute to one of the chosen charities we support. Together we can give something back to our communities, and to those in need throughout the UK. 

Workshops currently running:

Calling all Landlords!

As you know, Landlords are already facing higher tax bills due to the loss of Wear and Tear Allowance and the additional property Stamp Duty Land Tax Surcharge. Now that the movement to challenge the ‘clause 24’ restriction of tax relief on mortgage interest payments has been defeated, many landlords are wondering where to turn next.  

One hour out of your time will guarantee that you understand the effect that these changes will have, and put you in a better position to minimise the effects.

Help to build a world-class cancer research institute

Donate to help build the Francis Crick Institute, the hub on cancer research, collaboration and education at the heart of London. Together we can help to lay the foundations of pioneering research. 

All our workshops are run by our Tax Partner, Wes Mason, at our Kings Lodge offices in West Kingsdown. The next dates for this workshop are:

*New Dates Coming soon!*

Alternatively, if you have a group of landlords, why don’t we bring the workshop to your clients for free? You pick the place, and we’ll be there!

To book your place at a workshop, pop your details in the form below or call Camilla Duggan on 01474 853856


Book your Tax Workshop 

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