We are absolutely delighted to announce that we have raised over £12,500 so far this year through fund raising for our chosen charity, Children with Leukaemia. The money has been raised through one of our partners, Robert Paul, running in the London Marathon, a World Cup Party and client referrals.
Nyman Libson Paul is delighted to announce that Dave Morrison, Ken Gordon and Jonathan Fraser have been admitted as partners of the firm, with effect from 1 February 2010, bringing the total number of partners to 16. All 3 of the new partners have worked for the firm for a number of years. Ken Gordon … Read more Three New Partners
Alan Clark, senior partner at Nyman Libson Paul, retired in December 2008. Alan joined Nyman Libson Paul in 1977, and after being a senior partner for the last few years, recently retired. We are delighted to announce that he will continue to work with us on a consultancy basis.
Nyman Libson Paul are delighted to announce the appointment of two new partners. Both Adam Katten and Amit Shah join Nyman Libson Paul as partners – for further details please visit About Us/Partners
Date of Event: 3 June 2008 Location: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, (BAFTA), 195 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LN Nyman Libson Paul, Chartered Accountants, well known in local business circles and the entertainment industry, hosted its 75th Anniversary Party at BAFTA on Tuesday 3 June 2008. The firm has been based in Regina House, opposite Finchley … Read more Nyman Libson Paul celebrate 75 years in business with a party at BAFTA
If you are registered for VAT in a member state of the EC or indeed, registered for business purposes outside the member states of the EC, VAT can be reclaimed in respect of most business expenditure incurred in these countries. This may be of particular relevance to film and TV production companies that undertake production … Read more Refunds of VAT for EC and Non-EC Businesses
Where income in excess of £100 per tax year is passed by a parent to a minor child, that income is treated as remaining taxable on the parent. Where income in excess of £100 per tax year is passed by a parent to a minor child, that income is treated as remaining taxable on the … Read more Passing income to children
Expenses paid by an employer for periodic medical check-ups for employees or for members of their families are not treated as a taxable benefit-in-kind. Similarly, no benefit arises for the cost of an eyesight test where the employee is required to use a VDU as part of his/her duties.
Where a self-employed person incurs a loss which is relieved for tax in the current or preceding year against total income, that relief is invariably therefore against income other than from self-employment. Whilst this gives the impression that the losses have been utilised (as indeed they have for tax purposes) they are still available to … Read more Class 4 National Insurance Contributions (NIC) and carried forward losses