In a little over a year, many businesses will be required to keep digital records of their finances. Sole traders, small businesses, including landlords and the self-employed, will be required to keep records of their income and expenditure digitally, and send summary updates quarterly to HMRC from their software or app. It is estimated that £8billion is lost to HMRC each year due to avoidable taxpayer errors. This failure, along with the drive to turn the department into a modern digital online service provider are the objectives behind the changes. Contact Jenny at JMJ Bookkeeping for full details of what the
Jenny from JMJ Bookkeeping is based in West Tanfield, less than 6 miles from Ripon and with excellent access to the A1. Jenny is highly experience in book-keeping, filing tax and VAT returns and can assist you with all the necessary paperwork which allows you to get on with the important job of running your business! With over 20 years working for the department of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, Jenny has now been self-employed since 2006. Her speciality is new start ups and with extremely competitive price structures, Jenny can help you achieve your business dreams!