The Institute of Carpenters

Numbers has been working with the Institute of Carpenters now for over ten years both as the Company’s accountant and Company Secretary and also through our provision of services to IOC members.  We understand the organisation and the environments its diverse membership works in. We are pleased to offer a 10% discount to all current IOC members.

Whether you’re a sole trader on the tools who needs to file simple accounts and a self-assessment tax return or a limited company with payroll requirements, book keeping / VAT and need to file statutory accounts and corporation tax return Numbers can help. In either instance you’re likely to have to file CIS returns.  You can find out more about our services here.

For a no obligation discussion about how we can help please call 01296 620220 or email – don’t forget to mention you’re an IOC member.

Keeping IOC members up to date

As a regular contributor to Cutting Edge magazine, we’re pleased to provide below links to our news articles for you to read in more depth.

  • March 2022 – Timing matters for capital spend, property disposals, taking advantage of tax free benefits for directors and employees and a round up of pension changes.
  • 2021 Autumn Summary – our easy to digest summary of The Chancellor’s 2021 Spending Review and Autumn Statement
  • October 2021 – Income tax administration shake up, outstanding tax & Brexit – what changes next?
  • July 2021 – Trading loss. Cash flow gain?, Making Tax Digital. SEISS, avoiding Covid-19 scams & pension auto-enrolment.
  • 2021/22 Taxes Made Easy – check our our latest tax planning guide to make sure that you are not paying more tax than you need to. 
  • May 2021 – Covid-19 support schemes latest, Uber and you, super deduction, loss relief and what did (or didn’t) change in the Budget
  • 2021 Budget summary – our easy to digest summary of the Chancellor’s Spring budget
  • Feb 2021 – Business tax accounts, capital allowances, changes to legislation in the construction sector & corporation tax going digital