Create business opportunities with personalised print and digital communications.

Marketing today is about engaging your clients in an ongoing conversation.  Regular client communication is a key tool and we produce professional and expertly written newsletters for use by your firm which will:

  • Supply clients with useful and interesting articles
  • Highlight areas where they may need advice
  • Showcase your firm
  • Remind professional contacts of your services
  • Maximise your reach across print and digital platforms

Taxbriefs client newsletters for Accountants, Tax and Business Advisers offer you a cost-effective, flexible solution. Published four times a year in January, May, August and November, the topical content is written by our team of experts.

Newsletters will build your reputation for excellence. We even offer you a free marketing pack, including a draft covering letter, emails and social media updates to help you make the most of each edition.

Make it personal!

Your newsletters will be personalised when we add your logo and firm's details prominently to the cover of every edition of the newsletter you choose to take.

It's simple - all we'll need from you is your latest company logo and your company details.

 

Our newsletters for accountants are available in four attractive designs and a choice of digital and print formats - our Tailored Plus, Tailored and Essential service levels allow you to find the most suitable newsletter to fit both your budget and marketing requirements. Just ask us about your options.

 

 
  • Spotlight on VAT schemes: The flat rate changes for limited cost businesses kicked in from April this year. Also, what are the advantages of the cash accounting and annual accounting schemes along with the basic qualifying conditions?
  • Tax-free childcare: not free for all: Tax-free childcare started on 28 April. However, it isn't a 'free-for-all'.
  • Legislating the gig economy: The gig economy has been making waves in recent years and as such, legislation has had to accommodate for new ways of working.
  • What is a person of significant control?: What defines a PSC exactly and what are the reporting requirements of Companies House?
  • The perils of marginal tax rates: Marginal tax rates can be perilous. For example, a 60% rate applies where the personal allowance is withdrawn.
  • Guilty by association: the Criminal Finances Act: Under a new law, advisory businesses could find themselves guilty of a criminal offence if an employee or associated person facilitates someone's tax evasion.


 
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