Member Since: 20th Apr 2010
Amy Taylor BSc (Hons), ACA, is a chartered accountant who qualified with first time exam passes in 1998. She set up her own practice in 2008 and provides dedicated tax planning and accounting advice to Mums in Business across the UK. She offers book-keeping, accounts, tax, self-assessment, payroll and VAT services, as well as specific tax advice to help her clients save tax through legitimate planning opportunities. Her previous work experience includes auditing and forensic accounting for Big 4 accountant, Deloitte, as well as internal audit and analysis roles for FTSE 350 media company, United Business Media. Amy loves working with Mums in Business, all of whom appreciate her personal approach and attention to detail. She is Resident Finance Expert for “Mums the Boss” and provides regular tax tips to her clients and followers on Twitter.
28th Sep 2010
Very helpful advice
This article really cuts through what was looking to be quite a maze of iXBrl requirements. It's very helpful of the author to segment the types of practices out there, and what software to use. Thank you!
28th Apr 2010
HMRC guidance for self-employed
BIM47825 suggests that a flat fee per week is allowable for self-employed. The manual here showing examples states £2 a week for self-employed, but this has since been updated to £3 a week.