Borderline benefits

Now that Scotland and Wales have their very own stamp duty taxes buying a house in the border areas betweenRead More…

Broadband fibre gets rates boost

The Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2018 paves the way for full-fibre broadband and future 5G communications by enabling 100% business ratesRead More…

Common-sense prevails

Imagine that you have no interest in computers or computing. That Facebook and Twitter sound like racehorses running in theRead More…

Black cabs urged to go green

Britain’s black cabs now qualify for an incentive to go green as the new tax exemption for electric taxis comesRead More…

Spring Statement

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, was keen to promote the positive aspects of the UK’s economic performance when he stood toRead More…

Offshore tax evasion

From 1 October 2018, HMRC will be gaining access to information from tax havens that will enable it to identifyRead More…

How long should you keep your records?

If you are self-employed, and obliged to submit a self-assessment tax return, you must keep your tax records for atRead More…

Tax Diary April/May 2018

1 April 2018 – Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 30 June 2017. 19 April 2018Read More…

2m workers to receive a pay rise from 1 April 2018

And no, this is no April fool… Over 2 million people will get a pay rise from 1 April 2018Read More…

HMRC deals with online VAT abuse

Fulfilment houses are being drawn into government endeavours to deal with the loss of revenue by the activities of tradersRead More…

Why investing in professional advice makes good sense

The UK tax code, the laws that govern how much tax we pay, is one of the largest in theRead More…

Why ticking the Gift Aid box is important

HMRC have asserted that charities are missing out on up to £600m a year of funding due to donations notRead More…

What to make of Philip Hammonds announcements last week

Firstly, the Chancellor’s announcement to Parliament last week was not a budget speech. There were no tax changes announced, inRead More…

Ken Dodd has the last laugh

According to recent press commentary, Ken Dodd married his long-time partner, Anne Jones, just two days before he died. WithRead More…

Making Tax Digital – a reminder for VAT registered traders

From April 2019, certain self-employed businesses will be required to file VAT returns direct to their online personal tax accountsRead More…

GDPR, 75 days to go

A reminder that the General Data Protection Regulation is due to become law 25 May 2018. At the time ofRead More…

Spring Statement 2018

As you would expect, the Spring Statement delivered by the Chancellor Philip Hammond, to Parliament on 13 March 2018, wasRead More…

Time to raid piggy banks

From the 1 March 2018, the old-style £10 notes featuring Charles Darwin, ceased to be legal tender. A recent announcementRead More…

Massive fine for making VAT payment one day late

In a recent case considered by the courts a company was fined £297,845 for being one day late in payingRead More…

Claiming expenses by the mile

A reminder that employees can make a claim for the business use of their own cars, motorcycles or cycles byRead More…

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