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David J. Cox, ACPA, Eastbourne

Certified Public Accountant & Tax Consultant  

1 Green Street, Eastbourne, BN21 1QN



Your tax return for 2013- 2014

If you let us have your books early our fee will be kept the same as for your last year.  If you are new to us we will give you a matching discount.

Ring 01323 403080 for collection now.

The Tax Inspector may write to you or ring you or come and check your books see here. There are heavy penalties for failure to keep proper business records. If you can't keep them yourself then we can arrange for our associated company to do it for you.

For book-keeping advice click here BOOK-KEEPING


From 7 January 2013, taxpayers earning more than £50,000 in a tax year who receive Child Benefit, or live or lived with a partner receiving Child Benefit are now liable to pay an income tax charge on that benefit. The charge payable depends on their ‘adjusted net income’ (ie, the total taxable income less certain tax reliefs, including pension contributions), and amount of Child Benefit the claimant is entitled to.

Child Benefit has been withdrawn for taxpayers earning over £60,000 per annum.

For those with income between £50,000 and £60,000, the tax charge will be less than the child benefit entitlement. They will pay 1% of the child benefit entitlement for every £100 of their income above £50,000. For those with income of over £60,000, the charge will effectively reduce the child benefit to £nil. The changes are expected to affect 1.2m families, 70% of which will lose the benefit in full.

However, anyone considering opting out should be aware of the impact on state pension rights.

Non-working individuals who receive child benefit for a child under 12 are entitled to receive national insurance (NICs) credits which build entitlement to the state pension. Where a decision is taken not to receive child benefit payments as a result of the introduction of the new charge, it is important that a child benefit claim form is still completed. The entitlement, rather than the payment, of child benefit will ensure that NI credits continue.

Those who received Child Benefit between 7 January and 5 April 2013 are advised to register for Self Assessment by 5 October to avoid paying penalties of up to 100% of the tax charge in relation to the HICB for 2012-13.

The HMRC briefing is available HERE

David can be reached on the telephone day time, evenings and most week-ends. The times are shown below. You can also contact him by email, text or fax. When out of the office calls are diverted to his mobile number. He normally visit clients on Fridays and Saturdays when books are collected or returned and advice is given. Charges are for the time spent on the client's affairs and not for any travelling.


The first visit is entirely free of charge for up to 1 hour of consultation time with no obligation but if you have a specific subject that you require advice on, this will be charged at standard rates. See the terms link on the left. As part of the initial service, once instructed, David will set up your computer to keep your book-keeping records in Excel ( or Works or Star Office ). You will need to purchase the software and he will install his files free of charge.  A free follow up visit is made to check that everything is ok.  At the end of the year you supply  a copy of the excel files, bank statements and invoices and David then completes your accounts. 

At the same time David can assist you in setting up internet banking totally free of charge.

Accounts can be prepared from written records but first the information has to be input into computer data and this will be charged separately by CC Accounting Associates Ltd.  They can keep your books on our computer system, calculate your payroll services or complete your VAT return, set you up with a web site and email address(es) and help with management accounts and completing those forms which are "thrown" at businesses.  All this can be tailored into a package especially for you.

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You can email me : [email protected]

If you write please use the office address

1 Green Street, Eastbourne, BN21 1QN

You can send me a fax on 01323 400070


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