Professional Renaissance Limited is a limited company registered in England under company number 6380089. Our registered office address is: The Business Store, 98-100 High Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 7AE.
Tax year end 2016
The Budget 2016
Tax dates 2016/17
The Business Store
We are pleased to announce that we are finally moved in to our new permanent premises. Although this has not been an easy process and there are still things to do – we are open for business!
Please find us at 98-100 High Road, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 7AE. Please click here for more information.
We have continued to grow the book-keeping service that we provide to clients and are currently recruiting to add another member of staff to this vital support service.
Please contact us if you require assistance with book-keeping or VAT support services. We would also remind you that there is a penalty of up to £3000 for failure to maintain adequate records.
It is still interesting to note that as all our clients come from recommendation we continue to expand in selected areas. Ironically we only have a few clients in Rayleigh and the surrounding areas. Clients in these areas reduce our travel time and costs and we do offer discounts to our usual fees to take this into account. Please pass our details on to anyone that you know who would benefit from this.
Transfer of Allowances
It is now possible to transfer a proportion of the personal allowance from one spouse to another, where one is not using the whole of the tax free allowance. If you feel that this may apply to you please contact us.
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