Our July newsletter advises on a range of topical issues including trading losses, Making Tax Digital, SEISS 5th grant, employees working from home tax relief and much more.
Our latest newsletter advises on current Covid-19 support measures for business and reports on a range of other topical issues. We also go behind the headlines to look at how key Budget provisions may impact you.
Traditionally at this time of year we recommend you take stock of tax and finance for you, your family and your business. A strategic review before the end of the tax year on 5 April 2021 may suggest ways to structure your affairs more efficiently.
We continue to advise on the emergency support available via HMRC, focussing on repaying VAT deferred in 2020 and compliance with the Self Employment Income Support Scheme.
A cancelled Budget normally merits headline treatment. This year is different, we have already had an update to the Winter Economy Plan.
Our latest newsletter contains a balance of articles designed to help as we start to move out of lockdown.
In the short time since our last newsletter, the pandemic has changed life in very immediate ways. Hopefully our newsletter will help you articulate an informed response to the Covid-19 crisis.
This issue covers new CGT rules on family homes, how to track missing NI no., check online bank fraud, and new year resolutions for family companies - take stock of your tax position.
Putting your tax and finances through a yearly fitness check is always a good idea. Best policy means doing it before the tax year ends on 5 April 2020. As you take stock of how best to plan the future for you, your family and your business.
Our lead article looks at the question of tax, pensions and high-earners - something that has had considerable press coverage this year.
Changes to the construction industry, Making Tax Digital for VAT, directors' tax returns, holiday pay issues for employers, workplace diversity are just some of the articles in our latest newsletter. Please get in touch if you have any queries.
We lead with an article on Capital expenditure, an important area for every business, followed by articles on Entrepreneurs Relief, MTD, anticipated changes to probate fees and auto enrolment pension increases.
The approach to the new tax year is always a good time to check that maximum advantage of available reliefs and allowances is being made. We look here at a number of important and topical areas, with tips on how best to structure affairs.
In this newsletter we cover the IR35, or 'off-payroll' rules which have been adapted considerably, with other articles covering late payments, retention of Class 2 NI, rent a room scheme and capital gains and your home.
Our main article covers the Enterprise Management Incentives, however we also consider landfill tax regime, growing house wealth and inheritance tax, VAT for food retailers and the importance of setting up a Business Tax Account with HMRC
Out latest newsletter reminds you that there is now less than a year to prepared for MTD for VAT. Elswhere we consider stamp duty, parental rights, undeclared foreign income penalties and enhanced capital allowances.
Timing is often the key ingredient in tax planning. The period leading up to the end of the tax year on 5 April is a prime time to take stock of your finances and tax position to minimise liability. As always, we are happy to advise on appropriate action.
Our lead article is of particular relevance to corporate clients, and covers the correct procedure to be followed when making dividend payments. Other articles cover tax rates and national minimum wage, and inheritance tax.