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Trading loss. Cash flow gain?
What are capital allowances, and what can they do for your business?
Practical tax tips to guide you through the tax system.
Covid-19 support schemes latest.
Claiming capital allowances.
Surprise economic statement.
Research and Development: the tomorrow business.
Business critical management.
Government gear change on company car tax.
Rubber hits the road with big change for business motoring from 2020.
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.
We look at recent developments in employment law and payroll practice.
Changes to the tax regime for employer provided cars are due to take effect from 6 April 2020.
Top-earner pensions tax: trick or treat?
In today’s highly regulated business climate, it is vital to understand the responsibilities involved in taking on the role of company director.
‘Almost uniquely unpopular’ and ‘complicated’ were just two of the comments about Inheritance Tax (IHT) made by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) recently.
For many, owning and selling their own home is thought to be tax-free but, as always, tax is never quite as simple as that.
Getting minimum wage obligations right can be challenging for employers, as indicated by the findings of a recent report by the Low Pay Commission.
Autumn Budget 2018 announced the introduction of a new capital allowance: the Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA).
VAT: building and construction.
From 6 April 2020, new tax rules are proposed for individuals who provide their personal services via an ‘intermediary’ to a medium or large business.
The VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services comes into effect from 1 October 2019.
The modern workplace has evolved rapidly, with the development of the ‘gig’ economy and new ways of working.
Chancellor delivers Spring Statement amid 'cloud of uncertainty'.
For a business to grow successfully, it needs to know where it is now - and where it's capable of going in the future.
As we approach the end of another tax year on 5 April 2019, it is a good time to make sure that your finances and tax position are structured as efficiently as possible.
EMI: an eventful year
MTD affects the way that businesses keep records and the whole process of VAT return submission.
ER is a significant tax relief available on the disposal of a business.
MTD is coming
Cyber security is an increasing problem for business.
VAT can seem daunting to the smaller business, not least because of a strict penalty regime.
Practical tax tips to guide you through the tax system
There are special rules for tax-deductible expenses for the self-employed. So how do you get it right?
Property letting is a complex area, subject to significant ongoing change.
The question of whether to run a business as a limited company is a major decision. In this briefing we look at some points to consider.
Dividend payment is a primary vehicle to extract cash from owner-managed businessess, but it's an area coming increasingly under HMRC's spotlight.
Making Tax Digital represents a major change in the way taxpayers will interact with HMRC.
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.
06 Jul 2021
The government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) begins winding down from 1 July.
The government has confirmed that employers of all sizes in England can now apply for £3,000 in extra funding to help them take on new apprentices.
Measures for UK businesses and employers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Details of the Spring Budget 2021. Our summary focuses on the key issues.
Factsheets covering a range of relevant accountancy and business topics.