With Christmas and the end of another year just around the corner, it can only mean one thing – the 31 January deadline for self-assessment tax returns is rapidly approaching. We know you probably have other, more fun things on your mind at this time of year,... read more
Landlords are being advised to prepare themselves for potentially significant tax changes coming their way in 2020/21. From 6 April 2020, HMRC is proposing three changes which could increase the capital gains tax paid on the disposal of any residential property by an... read more
Fraud costs the UK an incredible £190 billion a year. Sadly for businesses, they bear a significant proportion of this cost with £140bn of these losses being attributed to them. What’s even more worrying is the 2019 Fraudscape report which provides statistics for... read more
As the global financial crisis took hold in 2008, banks attempted to bring the world economy back to life by slashing base interest rates. The idea behind this is to make saving less attractive, thus prompting people to spend their money instead. In the UK, the Bank... read more
With IR35 being rolled out to the private sector from April 2020, businesses have just six months left to prepare for the new payroll rules which will be coming into force. Changes to IR35 Currently, contractors who operate through their own personal service company... read more
If you’re a business owner, chances are you already know that VAT is applicable to you if your turnover exceeds £85,000 a year. This is however providing you supply goods or services bought and sold for consumption in the EU. VAT (Value Added Tax) is known in general... read more
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