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What Type of Legal Structure Should I Choose When I Start a Business?

The structure that you choose when you start a business affects how the business operates, the amount of tax you pay, how…

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Architects and Tax

Architecture is a highly diverse sector when it comes to tax. It’s partly down to the type of businesses that carry out…

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A Guide to Tax for General Partnerships

A general partnership is a way of operating a business with two or more people or corporate members. Just like any other…

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How Do I Register A Business Partnership?

Like most businesses, if you operate a general partnership you’ll need to register with HMRC. Partnerships are a bit different to some…

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How Do I Register as a Partner in a Partnership?

If you become a partner in a business partnership, you’ll need to let HMRC know using an SA401 form so that you…

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What Is An SA104 Form?

The process of paying tax in a business partnership can seem a bit long-winded because you’ll need to submit an individual tax…

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