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 March 2021 Latest news round up

    There have been relatively few announcements related to Covid-19 support this month. The only real announcement of note was an amendment to the terms of the Pay As You Grow scheme for repaying Bounce Back loans. Under the revised rules, a borrower will be...

  • 01 March 2021 Import One-Stop Shop

    One of the consequences of Brexit is that exports of goods from GB to customers based in the EU are now zero-rated as far as UK VAT is concerned. However, if the consignment is valued at more than €22 there will be an import VAT liability at the other end...

  • 01 March 2021 Reporting Covid-19 support payments

    A business receiving support payments for Covid-19 needs to ensure the receipt is correctly recorded as taxable income for corporation tax purposes. For unincorporated businesses using the cash basis, this is straightforward enough. However, where the acc...

  • 01 March 2021 Venture Capital Trusts - are the dividends exempt?

    When preparing a tax return, it is easy to look at a dividend statement from a VCT and think “It’s exempt” and simply file it away. Of course, in most cases this is probably sufficient. However, sometimes a little more care is needed. ...

  • 01 March 2021 March questions and answers

    I am looking at buying a rundown pub/restaurant ready for this summer, assuming it will be allowed to open. I need to spend approximately £100,000 on building works. Can I register for VAT straightaway or do I need to wait until I open? ...

  • 01 March 2021 March Key tax dates

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

  • 01 March 2021 March 2021 Budget

    The 2021 Budget took place on 3 March 2021. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that, as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, GDP shrank by 9.9% in 2020, the largest annual fall in 300 years according to a Bank of England report, albeit lower than the 11.3% fore...

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