Accountants in Reading - David Jones & Co

David Jones & Company is a trusted firm of experienced chartered certified accountants based in Reading.

We offer a comprehensive package of accountancy and tax planning services for businesses and individuals.
We provide a full range of compliance and advisory services to businesses of all types. As well as keeping your books in check, we will ensure your business is fully compliant with corporation tax, VAT and company secretarial duties.

For individuals, we offer full personal tax and estate planning and capital gains services and handle self-assessment returns.
Full payroll bureau including Auto-Enrolment compliant packages that can deliver payslips and letters to your employees phones or e-mail.

Visit our services page to learn more about our range of services. Contact us on 0118 984 5544 to discuss your needs.

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  • 01 January 2021 Latest round up

    With much of the country entering Tier 3 restrictions around Christmas, and Wales being put back into a stay at home lockdown from 28 December, it is inevitable that there would be further announcements made with respect to business-related COVID-19 measu...

  • 01 January 2021 Reverse charge for building services imminent

    After two delays, the new rules for certain building services will finally take effect from 1 March 2021. Under the current rules, a business (for example a builder) will add VAT to their sales invoices passed to their customers, and then account for this...

  • 01 January 2021 First-year allowances for zero emission cars to continue

    There was some confusion when Finance Act 2020 was published. The government had announced that it would be extending the current enhanced 100% first-year allowance (FYA) available for zero-emission vehicles. However, when the legislation was published th...

  • 01 January 2021 HMRC launches UK VAT number checking tool

    Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, VAT registration details of UK companies will no longer be maintained on the VAT Information Exchange System (VIES). Being able to check the validity of a new supplier’s VAT number is an important step in c...

  • 01 January 2021 January questions and answers

    Q. I took advantage of the VAT deferral scheme back in June 2020. The payment date is 31 March 2021, but we had to close again on Christmas Eve - meaning we're going to struggle with cash flow. Is it possible to defer the payment?...

  • 01 January 2021 January Key tax dates

    1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for accounting periods ending 31 March 2020 7 - Electronic VAT return and payment due for quarter ended 30 November 2020 14 – Filing deadline for form CT61 to report interest payments in quarter ended 31 Decembe...

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