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Personal Allowance (under 65’s) £9,440. Personal Allowance (over 65’s) £10,500 or £10,660 Basic Rate Band £32,010 Points affecting higher earners: Capital Gains Tax (CGT) Pension Contributions – Annual Limit £50,000 Individual Saving’s Accounts ( ISA’s) DOWNLOAD Need help with personal … Continue reading

Pre year end tax planning for individuals

What am I missing out on? As the tax years come to a close on the 5th April, it is an unfortunate fact that many taxpayers do not make maximum use of the reliefs and exemptions available to them. There … Continue reading

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Corporate Tax Senior | Leeds

We require a Corporate Tax Senior to assist the Head of Tax and other members of the Tax team in delivering a first class service to clients. About the role Provide support and guidance to the business in the following … Continue reading

Where does our tax get spent?

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons A lot of taxpayers view the money they’ve paid to HMRC as income lost, without of course remembering that the government reinvests this cash into our public services. As part of the annual budget, documents … Continue reading

Using business relief to combat rising inheritance tax figures

As reported in Professional Adviser, the latest Office for Budget Responsibility figures are reporting that inheritance tax (IHT) paid to the government will break the £5bn mark in 2017, potentially reaching £6.2bn by 2022. So these reports beg the question, … Continue reading

Inheritance Tax (IHT) Planning

  Give more to your family and less to the taxman with Inheritance Tax planning If you don’t have the right IHT planning in place for your family, HMRC may take 40% of the bulk of your estate. Business professionals … Continue reading

Budget 2017: The effect on individual taxpayers

On the 8th March, the Chancellor, Phillip Hammond delivered his first (and last) Spring Budget. This was a Budget to “prepare Britain for a brighter future” and to build “the foundations of a stronger, fairer, more global Britain”. Compared to … Continue reading

Top tax planning tips for year end

As we near the tax year end on the 5th April, our Chartered Financial Planner, Gareth Rose, has given his top ten tax planning tips for year end and has listed the top areas you should look at to maximise … Continue reading

Expert view – Tax Partner, on the Spring Budget 2017

The first of two Budgets for 2017 took place Wednesday 8th March, 2017 and saw the Chancellor Exchequer, Phillip Hammond, announce his first full Budget speech to the House of Commons. The ‘Last’ Spring Budget delivered by Philip Hammond yesterday … Continue reading

North West businesses missing R&D tax savings

Businesses across the North West aren’t taking advantage of government incentive schemes. According to a recent report, research has shown that North West businesses are losing out on millions of research and development tax relief every year compared to similar … Continue reading

Top 5 predictions for Budget 2016 – Were we right?

It’s that time of year again when the tax industry look into their crystal ball and attempt to predict what the Chancellor might announce in his Budget next week. This will be George Osborne’s eighth Budget and our main predictions … Continue reading

Our year review – 2015

2015 will be remembered as the year where significant steps were made across the board. New clients came in both numbers and variety; new staff of all levels of experience boosted our ranks, and all this has built up to … Continue reading

How can I reduce property tax?

When renting out a property, the tax treatment depends on the kind of property you are renting out. The rules are different for; Residential properties, furnished residential lettings, furnished holiday lettings and commercial properties. Residential properties When renting out a … Continue reading

Our Autumn Statement predictions

With George Osborne set to deliver a joint Autumn Statement and Spending Review tomorrow, the rumour mills are turning with what will be announced. Whilst some assumptions are a little more obvious than others, there is still speculation as to … Continue reading

Top 3 key points to know for year end accounts

We’ve got you covered when it comes to year end accounts – from preparing and filing annual accounts to the completion of the corporation tax paperwork. So, we thought we’d break it down for you with our top 3 points, … Continue reading

Year End Accounts

If you are a sole trader or partnership, there is no legal requirement to file a set of accounts each year with Companies House. You will still need accounts preparing for your financial year though, so that the profit can … Continue reading

How the Summer Budget 2015 affects personal tax

Personal Allowance and Higher Rate Threshold Typical taxpayers will be £905 per year better off as a result of the increases to the right. The Government have already announced they want to increase the personal allowance to £12,500 and the … Continue reading

A tax give-away before Budget 2015’s even started

Of course everyone is waiting to see it there will be any last minute pre-election tax give-aways in his speech, but how many have forgotten one that was in last year’s speech but only comes into effect for 2015/16 i.e. … Continue reading

Real life examples of tax enquiries

During 2013 almost 700 prosecutions were secured against tax and benefits cheats. There were 690 successful convictions as against 477 in the previous year. With prison sentences totaling 355 years it is clear that HMRC are serious about tackling evasion. … Continue reading

Corporation Tax

We offer a full range of compliance services, but one aspect of our service that is close to most of our clients’ hearts is corporation tax. Our holistic approach to taxation means that we don’t consider corporation tax in isolation. … Continue reading

In the Press

2018 Manchester accountancy firm opens new office in Leeds Bdaily, April 2018 Sedulo Leeds launch Ambler Club Leeds City Mag, April 2018 Chocolate shop and bar at Leeds office Yorkshire Evening Post, March 2018 Sedulo doubles workforce with acquisition of … Continue reading

Research & Development (R&D) Tax Relief

  Does your company qualify? If you are a business that creates innovative products or processes, you could qualify for Research & Development tax relief. Many people have heard the term but don’t really understand what this is and more … Continue reading

What do the Budget 2014 changes mean for tax avoidance schemes?

Bad news for all those taxpayers that are still happy to use promoted tax schemes to avoid tax. All schemes with a requirement to notify under the DOTAS regulations are to be counteracted under the General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR). This … Continue reading

RTI has landed, are you prepared?

On 6 April 2013, HMRC’s new Real Time Information (RTI) rules for employers landed, and with it, extra administrative burden for businesses up and down the country. With the exception of businesses with 9 employees or less, it is now … Continue reading

January Tax Round-up

Firstly, as the Self Assessment Tax Return deadline day has of course passed, you should have filed your tax return for the year ended 5 April 2012 on or before 31 January 2013. If for whatever reason you have missed … Continue reading

Like to save tax? Are you preparing for the 45% rate?

If you are currently paying tax at the top rate of 50% then you’ll undoubtedly welcome the cut to 45% which comes in from next April. Are you planning to maximise the tax saving from this? What can you do? … Continue reading

Download our free guide to understand more about pre year end tax planning. We cover topics on tax returns, possible loss on property, financial costs for property business, stamp duty and much more.

Sedulo Leeds launch Ambler Club

Sedulo Leeds hosted their official launch party on Thursday 5th April at their new home in St Pauls House, Park Square Leeds. The evening welcomed guests to a champagne reception and selection of canapes to unveil their new Great Gatsby … Continue reading

Forensic Accountant

An exciting position has arisen within our Leeds city centre office for a Forensic Accountant to manage civil cases with the support of analysts. About the role We are a progressive, fast-growing, dynamic firm specialising in exciting sectors. Role objectives … Continue reading

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