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Coronavirus – surviving the crisis – Part 2

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Following on from Copia Wealth & Tax’s article issued late last week, there have been further developments in respect of Government support for businesses outlined by the Chancellor on Friday evening. Consequently, we thought it would be useful to issue a further update to you setting out the current position. Exact details of how to […]

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Coronavirus – surviving the crisis

Thursday, March 19th, 2020

At Copia Wealth & Tax, we see ourselves as more than “just accountants”. We have had a number of discussions with our clients about the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak and it is clear business owners are rightly concerned and somewhat confused about what support and help is out there to see them through this […]

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Key business trends for 2020

Friday, February 28th, 2020

At Copia Wealth & Tax, we see ourselves as more than “just accountants”, such that we can offer our clients wider business advice and guidance in order to ensure growth and achieve success. To that end, our team of business advisers have been looking at some of the anticipated key trends in the business world […]

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Tax planning ideas ahead of the 5th April 2020 deadline.

Monday, January 27th, 2020

We hope all our clients and contacts had a peaceful Christmas and New Year and entered 2020 with plenty of optimism. As part of the suite of tax services we offer, Copia Wealth & Tax Limited like to advise our clients to think ahead to ensure they have minimised their tax liabilities. To that end, […]

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Christmas is a time for giving but make it tax effective!

Monday, December 9th, 2019

Once again, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us, and as tax advisers, whilst we always encourage generosity, we also thoroughly recommend that any gifts or donations made by our clients are done so tax efficiently. Consequently, we thought it might be helpful to include some reminders around making tax effective gifts […]

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Watch out for earlier tax payments on residential property sales!

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Further to our August article regarding the coming changes to private residence relief for owners of residential property, our tax advice team here at Copia Wealth & Tax Ltd, Wolverhampton wish to remind landlords about changes to the timing of any capital gains tax (“CGT”) payments that may be due from the future sale of […]

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The dreaded B-word – what should businesses do?

Friday, October 18th, 2019

At Copia Wealth & Tax Limited, we have been following the Brexit discussions closely but found it difficult to advise clients on this area due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the whole process and the likely outcome. Given the 31st October Brexit deadline is approaching fast and with the uncertainty that surrounds it, we thought […]

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Tax Advice – When is a van really a company car?

Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Over the years here at Copia Wealth & Tax Limited, we’ve come across numerous issues regarding the taxation of company cars and, consequently, we always advise clients to contact us before they buy or lease a vehicle in order to minimise any associated risks. We strive to provide practical and effective tax advice, as well […]

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Private residence relief- changes afoot for 2020

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

As Wolverhampton’s leading accountancy firm, we like to demonstrate we are pro-active by giving our clients a “heads up” on any forthcoming tax changes to enable them to plan and take the appropriate action to reduce their tax bills before they come into effect. With that in mind, we thought we would highlight some changes […]

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MTD for VAT – are you ready?

Friday, July 26th, 2019

Copia Wealth & Tax Limited, Chartered Accountants in Wolverhampton, are not just here to prepare accounts and tax returns, we have been busy in recent months supporting our clients in getting ready for Making Tax Digital (“MTD”) for VAT.  With that in mind, here are some reminders on what it is all about and what […]

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