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We understand how hard it is to run a business – consistently winning enough work, providing a great service and making sure you get paid on time.

It’s enough to keep anyone busy ! 

So the last thing you need to worry about is whether your accounting information is up to date, keeping  HMRC happy, or if you are paying too much tax.

That’s our job !

You see at Just Figures we’re a bit different to other accountants…

For a start we’re easy to talk to and straightforward to work with (we even speak plain English, as opposed to  the typical accounting jargon). What’s more, we understand small businesses and the challenges they face; infact we guarantee that whatever challenges you, we’ll be on your side and 100 % in your corner.

So if you would like a personal approach to managing your business finances tailored to your exact needs, please get in touch. 




Information on our Accounts service.
Information out our Bookkeeping service.
Information about getting you in control with your Tax.
Information about CIS
Information about our Payroll services.
Information about the services we provide to manage your VAT.


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2 months ago

Just Figures

If your business deferred VAT in 2020 due to the pandemic, you must confirm your plans for repayment by 21 June 2021 to avoid a 5% penalty.

The optional payment window introduced in 2020 applied to VAT owed by your business between 20 March and 30 June 2020. This was mainly relevant to VAT return periods up to the end of February, March and April 2020 but it also applied to payments on account due between those dates for users of the annual accounting or large payer schemes. The deferred VAT initially had to be repaid by 31 March 2021.

To avoid the cliff-edge repayment date, the government subsequently announced that you could repay the deferred VAT in monthly instalments to clear the balance by the end of March 2022. You pay the first instalment when you join the scheme. For example, if you had joined the deferral scheme by 19 March 2021, you could have opted for up to eleven direct debit repayments. That date has obviously passed but all is not lost.

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4 months ago

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The self-employment income support grant is on its way !!! The grant will be worth up to £7,500, this grant will be for 80% of your monthly income for 3 months. You will be eligible if you have filed a 19-20 tax assessment, the first applications will be open from 22nd April but everyone who qualifies for the grant will be given their own date to apply.

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4 months ago

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Restart Grant for your small business – A Restart Grant worth up to £18,000 for the larger businesses may be available. This will help shops, pubs, hotels and some other small business through to June 21, when it’s hoped the final coronavirus restrictions will be lifted. The grant will be administrated by local councils but they have not yet released when you can apply.

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5 months ago

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Bounce Back Loans – more time to pay
Businesses will be allowed more time to start repaying Bounce Back Loans taken out to help them get through the pandemic. You can now extend the length of your loans from six to ten years reducing monthly repayments by almost half.

P.S: If your business hasn’t applied for a Bounce Back Loan, you still have time as the deadline is 31 March 2021.

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5 months ago

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VAT reverse charge: From 1 March 2021 the VAT reverse charge must be used for most supplies of building and construction services.
If you need any help submitting your reverse charge Vat return then please contact us today on 01959 565679.

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