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Commercial risk


Setting up and running your own business is a risky undertaking. What happens if sales reduce or disappear, and you are left with unpaid costs or loan... Read More >>
Landlords switch to holiday lets


Cornwall, and we expect many holiday locations, are seeing an increase in landlords switching from domestic letting to holiday lets. Aside from the in... Read More >>
Flexible planning


If we lived in a world where the factors that affected trade and other commercial activity were unchanging, then plans drawn up for extended periods, ... Read More >>
New Bill protects consumers access to cash


The new Financial Services and Markets Bill, announced during the recent Queen’s Speech at the state opening of parliament, will support consumers b... Read More >>
Saving for a rainy day


The more draconian government interventions introduced to control the COVID outbreak have challenged all of us, businesses and individuals, to conside... Read More >>
Elastic or inelastic?


Would demand for the products or services you sell vary with price increases or decreases? This conundrum is considered by the term elasticity in econ... Read More >>
Investing to increase profits


The UK tax code has numerous reliefs and allowances that reduce tax when businesses invest in qualifying assets. Some of the reliefs allow up to 100% ... Read More >>
High energy industries attract increased support


The other side of the recent hikes in consumer energy costs – taking their toll on take-home pay across the UK – are the similar cost incr... Read More >>
Tax Diary May/June 2022


1 May 2022 – Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 30 July 2021. 19 May 2022 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended 5... Read More >>
New internet laws return to Parliament


Parliamentarians will debate the government’s ground-breaking Online Safety Bill which requires social media platforms, search engines and other... Read More >>

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