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PLANNING MATTERS 2019

Our Summer 2019 edition provides an insight as to what’s happening in our rapidly changing world 

Featured articles in this edition include:

Brexit Where are we?

Making Tax Digital for VAT  The first Making Tax Digital for VAT quarter ends on 30 June ... 7 August being the deadline date to file your first MTD for VAT quarterly return digitally.  Are you ready?

Don't Miss Our Special October Breakfast Event ... Let's talk "Investment".  We're delighted to welcome Tees Valley Major, Ben Houchen, together with a panel of local experts to The National Museum of The Royal Navy Hartlepool, on 10 October 8.30 am for a 9.00 am start.  Book early for this event.

Personal Service Companies  The Clock's ticking for "off payroll" workers with new rules applying from April 2020.  Will this affect you?

VAT for Building and Construction Services  Changes are coming on 1 October ... read about the domestic reverse charge, a major change to the way VAT is collected in the building and construction industry.

Electric Company Cars Just Got Better Test drive a Tesla ... own one as a company car.

The National Landlords Association  Meet our local representative.  Discover the benefits of being part of the National Landlords Association.   Tuesday 22 October at 6.00 pm, here at Maritime House.

Don't Miss Out On Grant Funding Opportunities  Are you looking to ... Create jobs?  Buy in external expertise?  Move premises?  Invest in plant, machinery or IT equipment?  Develop a product or service?  Would like to be more energy efficient?  Find out more.

What Our Clients Say  Our client testimonials speak for themselves.  Take a look.

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To read previous editions of our newsletter, just click on the links below:

Planning Matters - Summer 2018
Planning Matters - Summer 2017
Planning Matters - Autumn 2016
Planning Matters - Spring 2016