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 July 2019 Capital allowances SBA update

    HM Treasury and HMRC have recently published a summary and response document relating to the consultation on a new capital allowance for structures and buildings (SBA). Broadly, the SBA allows businesses that invest in new builds or renovations on or afte...

  • 01 July 2019 HMRC clarify VAT zero-rating of transport of disabled passengers

    HMRC have issued Brief 3 (2019), which aims to clarify that the Department’s policy on the scope of the VAT zero rate for transport services has not changes following the Upper Tribunal (UT) decision in Jigsaw Medical Services Ltd (2018) UKUT 0222....

  • 01 July 2019 Tax-free childcare - don't miss out!

    HMRC are currently running a campaign to remind people that they could get up to £2,000 per child, per year, towards childcare costs. Broadly, eligible parents/guardians may receive government top-ups of £2 for every £8 that they pay into a tax-free child...

  • 01 July 2019 Tax-efficient remuneration with pension contributions

    Tax relief is generally available on pension contributions at the taxpayer’s highest rate of income tax paid, meaning that basic rate taxpayers get relief on contributions at 20%, higher rate taxpayers at 40%, and additional rate taxpayers at 45%. In Scot...

  • 01 July 2019 July questions and answers

    If my husband and I give our house to my children but continue to live in it, will inheritance tax be chargeable on the property when we die?...

  • 01 July 2019 July Key tax dates

    5 - Deadline for PAYE settlement agreement for 2018/19...

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