Hot Tax Tips Are Coming…

Ray Stewart General, Tax Matters Leave a Comment

This site has been running now since September 2007 and there is a lot of information and advice that I have put on here since then, all for free, and available to anyone who dropped by.  Times are changing!  I will still provide the content for free but access to it will require a commitment from you to register as a basic level member.

[private_basic]Lot of you have done this already and are starting to benefit from my new Tax Tips and Advice Newsletter that was published for the first time in last week.  I would just like more people, that I know are reading the site, to make a small commitment to me as a thankyou for the time and effort I put in.

Starting shortly here I will be writing a series of tax tips and thought provoking suggestions to shake you up a bit!

Tax is becoming so complex and fraught with pitfalls that some sensible guidance is long overdue to help small businesses.  I doubt the system will change, or simplify, after the imminent election or any time soon.

I will be in touch soon.


Ray Stewart
I am a qualified Certified Practising Accountant having passed my final exams way back in 1981. I actually can’t believe that was 37 years ago!! Anyway, I am now in my 60’s and I have been running my own business since May 1983. And before you ask, no, I have never regretted a moment of it! Part of the membership requirements of my professional body now dictate that I spend quite a lot of time on “CPD” - continuing professional education (one of their better ideas) - and over the last two years I decided to study business growth and marketing. I have learnt such a lot and that knowledge has radically changed my old “accountants” approach to business. It has made such a difference to the way I work and operate I feel that I just have to pass on this knowledge. It is simply too powerful to hold back!! - but I will try and do it in simple terms rather than expecting you to spend hours, as I had to, working through the difficult language that trainers seem to use to pass on their concepts. I hope you find the blog a useful resource and interesting place to visit as the months pass. I will do my best to keep up the flow - but if there are any topics you would like me to cover, then please let me know. Ray Stewart
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