When do you pay capital gains tax?

If you personally disposed of an asset that is subject to a capital gains tax (CGT) charge, at any timeRead More…

What is a Debt Relief Order?

The first Debt Relief Order (DRO) was approved 10 years ago in April 2009 with the aim of assisting peopleRead More…

Can\’t pay your tax?

A reminder that HMRC may consider extended options for settling your outstanding tax bill. The key is to contact HMRC,Read More…

Green light for pension dashboards

The government has given the green light to allow pension providers to create user-friendly services that display pension information forRead More…

Tax-free property and trading allowances

Since April 2017, you can earn £1,000 from a trading activity and £1,000 of property related income, without being liableRead More…

What will HMRC avoid telling you?

There are three things that you can count on that HMRC will do: Calculate the amount of tax you oweRead More…

BREXIT update

The last few weeks have seen some of the most extraordinary political manoeuvrings in the UK parliament, and as weRead More…

Can’t pay your tax?

A reminder that HMRC may consider extended options for settling your outstanding tax bill. The key is to contact HMRC,Read More…

Retaining business records

Sole traders If you are self-employed, and obliged to submit a self-assessment tax return, you must keep your tax recordsRead More…

Spring Statement March 2019

The following comments were written on the 13th March 2019 immediately following Philip Hammond’s presentation of the 2019 Spring StatementRead More…

Are home to work travel costs ever allowed?

Ordinary commuting between home and work incurs costs: either shoe leather, if you walk, or the cost of transport. ForRead More…

Child benefit tax trap

This post is a reminder that a family claiming the weekly Child Benefit (currently, £20.70 a week for eldest orRead More…

How are dividends taxed?

Dividends received from shares held in UK companies form part of a tax-payers self-assessment. The payments are made by theRead More…

Brexit , no end in sight

On the 12 March the government updated its advice to traders with the EU. The advice assumes a no-deal outcome.Read More…

Pension shakeup

The past week, and who knows for how long into the future, has been a crazy week for politics inRead More…

No tax when you sell your home?

The private residence relief allows you to sell your home without paying any capital gains tax (CGT) on the profitRead More…

Spring Statement 13 March 2019

The following comments were written on the 13th March 2019 immediately following Philip Hammond’s presentation of the 2019 Spring StatementRead More…

Holiday entitlement

According to government sources if you work a five day week, you are entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday aRead More…

Trainee Accountant (Bromsgrove Office)

Full-time, Permanent Position - 37 hours per week Location: Bromsgrove Office We are looking for talented individuals to join ourRead More…

Trainee Accountant (Solihull Office)

Full-time, Permanent Position - 37 hours per week Location: Head Office - Solihull We are looking for talented individuals toRead More…


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