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Latest news from Henry Reevs & Co. accountants in Maidstone and Chatham.

Join Our Team

21st July 2017

Henry Reeves & Co are looking for an exceptional and enthusiastic accounts 'all-rounder' to join our busy, fast-growing team.
Changes to Taxation of Dividends

10th July 2015

Chancellor George Osborne announced fundamental changes to the way in which dividends are taxed in the summer 2015 budget. HMRC have since issued a factsheet containing examples and advice on how the new regime will work.
New Partner Announced

27th May 2015

We are delighted to announce the appointment of a new partner, Stuart Relf FCCA. Stuart has been the Senior Manager at our Maidstone office for a number of years and is now a part-owner of the business.
Changes to Class 2 NIC

9th March 2015

From 6 April 2015, Class 2 NIC will no longer be collected via six-monthly bills, instead it is being brought into the Self Assessment system and paid alongside your personal income tax and Class 4 NI liabilities.
RTI Late Filing Penalties Delayed for SME's

4th November 2014

For PAYE schemes with fewer than 50 employees, HMRC has announced that the start date for automatic in year filing penalties for the late submission of RTI returns will be delayed until 6 March 2015. This is a welcome reprieve for smaller employers.
Are you a Small Business Owner or an Entrepreneur?

21st October 2014

According to research by AXA, small business owners in the UK are unlikely to consider themselves to be entrepreneurs. The research found that under 50% of those surveyed identified with the title 'entrepreneur' with many respondents rejecting the label completely.
Savings Decline from Spring - Summer 2014

15th October 2014

According to NS&I (National Savings and Investments), the average amount that people in the UK saved each month fell between spring and summer 2014.
Surge in Growth of UK Micro-Businesses

6th October 2014

A report by insurance group RSA reveals that the number of micro-businesses in the UK has increased by over 40% since 2000.
Tax Abolished on Inherited Pensions

2nd October 2014

The Chancellor George Osborne has announced that the current 55% tax charge on inherited pensions will be abolished from April 2015.
High Income Child Benefit Charges

26th September 2014

We are aware that HMRC are writing to taxpayers who appear to have received child benefit and earned more than £50,000 in 2012/13 but who did not pay the charge via their self assessment tax returns.