Business Strategy – It’s all in the execution.

Monday, August 21st, 2017

Copia Wealth & Tax Limited are Business Advisors and Chartered Accountants based in Wolverhampton. One of our aims is to help our clients develop their business to its full potential by helping them to develop and then implement a cohesive business strategy. Note there are two parts to that process. Even the most detailed and […]

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Making Tax Digital – Quarterly reporting to HMRC now delayed

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

In our role as Wolverhampton based tax accountants, we have previously reported on HMRC’s Making Tax Digital (“MTD”) plans which had indicated that some small businesses and landlords would be affected from April 2018. At the time, the team here at Chartered accounting firm Copia Wealth & Tax had highlighted our concerns regarding this timetable […]

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Residential Property Investing – Is it Really Worth It Now?

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

As Chartered Accountants, we have seen that the prospect of having to pay more tax has been a major concern for many landlords throughout the UK in the past couple of years. The mostly negative changes brought in by HMRC appear to have created much confusion as to whether residential property investment remains a viable […]

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Strategic Planning Vs Underlying Business Culture

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Copia Wealth & Tax are Business Advisors and Chartered Accountants based in Wolverhampton. One of our aims is to help our clients run their businesses more effectively by utilising strategic planning tools and other tactics which are designed to promote a “culture of winning”. In fact, the famous management consultant Peter Drucker is purported to […]

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How to reduce your tax in 2017/8

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

As Wolverhampton accountants, Copia Wealth & Tax take a pro-active approach to helping you reduce your tax bill, so here are our 10 tips on effective tax planning for 2017/8. 1.Taxation of dividend income changed significantly from April 2016. For owner managed business owners who remunerate themselves via dividends rather than salary, the tax payable […]

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Need funding for growth and the banks won’t help?

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

When delivering our accounting services to clients, here at Wolverhampton accountants Copia Wealth & Tax, we often come across situations where funding is the key problem preventing a company achieving its full potential. The Banks that like to say ‘NO!’ Whilst the High-Street Banks are “open for more business”, there still seem to be far […]

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Savings and Pensions – Timely Tax Planning Reminders!

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

At Copia Wealth & Tax, we like to provide a holistic approach to our clients rather than just be an accounts and tax return “sausage machine”. So here are few timely tax planning reminders in advance of the end of the tax year, which apply to your savings and pensions. Don’t forget about your 2016/7 […]

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2015/16 Tax Returns Due 31/01/2017! Remember Our Taxation Services!

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

As 2017 is now upon us, our taxation services team thought that readers might appreciate a timely reminder that the 2015/16 tax return deadline is fast approaching. With over 1 million returns filed late for the 2014/15 tax year and given that the initial penalty for late filing is £100 (rising to £900 plus interest if you become 90 days late), it is no surprise […]

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What are you going to do to make 2017 a great year?

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

Another year seems to have flown by so quickly! With that in mind, it’s time for myself and the team here at Wolverhampton accountants Copia Wealth & Tax Limited to start thinking about a new year and what our expectations should be for the next 12 months. New Year’s Resolutions for Your Business… So, this time […]

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Autumn Statement 2016

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Welcome to our special Autumn Statement 2016 tax newsletter; GETTING THE UK “MATCH FIT” FOR BREXIT. The Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that his first Autumn Statement will also be his last.  In future the main Budget announcements will be made in the autumn rather than the spring. We were not expecting that many tax announcements […]

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