Local Business Accountants, Payroll & Tax Return Services In Glasgow, Edinburgh, Scotland
B-Able Business Services was established in 2008 and has since evolved to provide a wide range of Business Services to clients all over the UK. The majority of our work is from people looking for Accountants, Payroll Services or Tax Returns in Glasgow, Edinburgh & across Scotland. Our growing client base of over 1,000 has been built mainly on ‘word-of-mouth’ recommendations from our existing clients, which we believe is a testament to the service we provide.
Our clients, range in size and structure and cover a wide range of industries and sectors. We assist in various parts of running their business and our aim is to ensure your business can grow and prosper without wasting valuable time on paperwork and legalities.
We aim to give you a clear picture of where your business is headed financially at any given time in a language that you can understand. Our team of skilled individuals has one main goal, to ensure your business reaches its potential.
Have a look through some of the services we provide or our client testimonials, and if you think your business could benefit from employing B-Able Business Services to assist in any area of your business.
Stella Warren, Glasgow, 5* Facebook Review
I recently used the services of B-Able for the first time and found Emma to be very professional, efficient and highly competent dealing with my first self assessment tax return. Within 2 weeks my return was completed and lodged and I was given a folder with all my paperwork. First class service from Emma and I will most definitely highly recommend B- Able Business Services Ltd.
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Please find here a selection of the questions we find clients may ask the most frequent. Remember and don’t hesitate to contact us with any other questions that we may not have covered as we would like to make things as easy as possible for you and your business needs.
Do I need to complete a self-assessment?
How do I pay my National Insurance when I am self-employed?
Up until April 2016, HMRC would issue you a separate request for payment for Class 2 National Insurance, which used to be paid separately from your combined tax and national insurance liability due in January, however this is now all combined in your self-assessment tax return, so you should not receive a separate bill going forward.
Am I better being a Sole Trader or a Limited Company?
When is my tax return due?
6th April 2017 to 5th April 2018 – due by 31st January 2019
6th April 2018 to 5th April 2019 – due by 31st January 2020
I'm employed, am I due a tax rebate?
There could be various reasons as to why you could be due to a tax rebate from employment, some people find that if they have moved about from employment to employment throughout the year, there could have been emergency tax or incorrect tax coding applied at times throughout the year. There have also been lots of changes to the types of expenses HMRC will allow you to claim back against your employment income, these now include;
– Uniform, Work Clothing (PPE), Tools – Any replacement of tools or uniforms/safety wear paid by you personally, can be claimed. If you do not have receipts for this, we can claim a flat fee for the year, dependant on your occupation.
– Business Mileage – You can claim 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles in any year, and 25p per mile thereafter for any journeys made in relation to your business, excluding your daily commute to a main place of work. Should you be
– Travel and Overnight Expenses – Any travel, public transport/parking, etc or expenses incurred whilst working away can all be claimed.
– Professional Fees and Subscriptions – Any legal or accountancy fees incurred due to your employment, ie. your fee to us for completing your tax return, this can all be claimed on your return also.
– Business Phone calls/data costs
– Work from Home Allowance – a Flat fee of £4 per week can be claimed for those required to work from home as part of their role in employment. If you wish to claim more than £4 per week, you need to be able to substantiate your claim with receipts.