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Win while you save


In a further attempt to incentivise savings our government has created a new saving vehicle called a PrizeSaver account. Here’s what the Treasur... Read More >>
Cars and taxing issues


We have listed below a number of issues that you will need to consider if directors or employees use a car for business purposes. Essentially, if the ... Read More >>
Paying tax if you are self-employed


If you are a sole trader or an individual member of a partnership you will likely be subject to income tax, and possibly National Insurance, on your e... Read More >>
Disposing of a UK residential property?


UK readers who are anticipating the sale of a residential property on which a capital gains tax (CGT) charge may apply would be advised to consider th... Read More >>
An update for hauliers


If you are involved in the transport of goods to and from the EU HMRC have posted useful guidance on what you will need to do to accommodate a no-deal... Read More >>
Tax Diary September/October 2019


1 September 2019 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 30 November 2018. 19 September 2019 – PAYE and NIC deductions due f... Read More >>
Tax Diary October/November 2019


1 October 2019 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 December 2018. 19 October 2019 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for m... Read More >>
The loan charge controversy continues


The following press release was published by HMRC last month. Extracts are reproduced below: Sir Amyas Morse, the former Comptroller and Auditor Gener... Read More >>
Enjoy a tax-free Christmas bash


Follow the outline below to ensure that the cost of your annual staff party will not create tax issues for you or your staff. The event must be open t... Read More >>
Property tax changes from April 2020


Although the Brexit process continues to throw a spanner into the normal workings of government, there are a few certainties from a tax point of view ... Read More >>

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