COVID 19 – Policy and Information for Clients

Accountants & Tax Advisers | Henley on Thames

Welcome to Buffery & Co

We are Accountants & Tax Advisers in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire

Whether you are a business or an individual, we have the skills and expertise to meet your accountancy needs and help with your finances.

We are always ready to help our clients, many of whom are local to Henley on Thames and also those further afield in London, the rest of the UK and overseas.

Friendly Approach

We pride ourselves on our friendly approach and we are more than happy to have an initial conversation or consultation to assess how we can meet your needs.

This initial contact will be provided without charge. It is important that you feel that we are people who will listen to you and with whom you can work.

Find out More

You can use our website to learn more about our services, meet the people behind Buffery & Co, see how we have helped our clients, and get updates and opinions on the latest changes in accounting and law.

April 1, 2020
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COVID-19: Information for Clients

The self-assessment payments due on 31 July are being deferred until 31 January 2021. This is available to all taxpayers, please however be aware that the tax due in January 2021 will be significantly higher as a result.
April 1, 2020
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COVID-19: Job Retention Scheme – Directors

A number of our clients are directors who are paid a small salary and dividends. Salary for 2020-21 will be £9,500 (£792 per month).
April 1, 2020
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COVID-19: Government Relief for Self Employed

Relief has been announced; however, payments will be delayed until June. Self-employed traders and members of trading partnerships can claim this relief.
March 23, 2020

Year End Tax Review

The Conservative Government now has a healthy majority which will allow it to change the tax law as it wishes, with little effective opposition. The tax and economic changes to be announced in the Budget Statement on 11 March 2020 could be dramatic.