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 May 2021 Latest news round up

    The extension of the off-payroll working rules to medium-sized and large organisations finally took effect on 6 April. The responsibility for making an employment status determination for each engagement where the worker's services are provided through an...

  • 01 May 2021 Student loans for 2021-22

    Starting from 6 April 2021, there is a new type of undergraduate student loan that employers need to be aware of when operating payroll - the Plan 4 loan (SLP4). The new plan type has been necessary due to the Scottish government amending certain details ...

  • 01 May 2021 Debt factoring and VAT

    Due to the coronavirus, many businesses are experiencing cash flow issues as their customers struggle to make payments in good time. A range of banks offer debt factoring as a way of improving the cash flow position. However, there are VAT considerations ...

  • 01 May 2021 Making Tax Digital

    From 1 April 2021, all compulsorily VAT-registered businesses that submit electronic VAT returns are required to digitally link the business records to their VAT returns. This must be done by using HMRC approved bookkeeping software. This can include spre...

  • 01 May 2021 May questions and answers

    Q. I am newly VAT-registered (voluntarily). I believe that I will usually need to pay VAT to HMRC each quarter, rather than receiving a refund. However, I have some concerns about running up arrears in case I experience cash flow problems. Can I ask to co...

  • 01 May 2021 May Key tax dates

    1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for accounting periods ending 31 July 2020 ...

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