A possible, unwelcome increase in service charges

From 1 November 2018, owners of properties on estates or sites that are obliged to pay service charges to aRead More…

What is an OpRA?

OpRA is the acronym for an optional remuneration arrangement. Before April 2018, these were termed “salary sacrifice” arrangements. Essentially, bothRead More…

Would you set off for uncharted territory without a plan?

Truthfully, no one knows what trading conditions will be like once we exit the EU. Will supply chains seize upRead More…

Disqualified from acting as a director

When a director has been found guilty of mismanagement verging on fraud, one of the remedies that the courts canRead More…

Are you eligible to claim the Marriage Allowance?

Marriage Allowance lets you transfer £1,190 of your Personal Allowance to your husband, wife or civil partner – if theyRead More…

What is AEO?

Businesses that presently trade with the EU block may like to consider applying for Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status. TheRead More…

Tax Diary December 2018/January 2019

1 December 2018 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 29 February 2018. 19 December 2018Read More…

Tax free perks at Christmas time

This article is our usual reminder of the tax breaks available if you are organising a Christmas party for yourRead More…

Keep private bank accounts private

Many small businesses, including landlords, use personal bank accounts to lodge business receipts and make business payments. If traders inRead More…

Receiving your State Pension if you live abroad

If you are about to move abroad and are already receiving a State Pension in the UK, you might likeRead More…

Brexit, the outlook for business

The political upheavals of the last week have done little to resolve the Brexit issue, the underlying political manoeuvrings orRead More…

Are you looking for export opportunities?

In a recent press release, the Department for International Trade promoted its enhanced Export Opportunities service for UK companies. InRead More…

Making Tax Digital timeline

As many readers of our newsletter will be aware, HMRC is moving forwards with their digitisation of taxpayer VAT andRead More…

Fifty pound note gets new lease of life

The Treasury has confirmed that the £50 note will continue to be part of the UK’s currency, and further, thatRead More…

Tax Diary November/December 2018

1 November 2018 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 January 2018. 19 November 2018Read More…

Childcare scheme update

The childcare voucher and directly contracted childcare schemes closed 4 October 2018. In time, these schemes will be replaced byRead More…

Increase in the Annual Investment Allowance

The Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) is being increased from 1 January 2019 to £1m from the present base level setRead More…

Reporting tips for building contractors

HMRC recently published a list of helpful reminders regarding the submission of monthly returns to HMRC. This article lists someRead More…

Saving the High Street

In his Autumn Budget delivered 29 October 2018, Philip Hammond made a number of promises including measures to improve theRead More…

Are you about to buy a second-hand commercial vehicle?

When you buy a new commercial vehicle, you will pay 20% VAT on the purchase price and in most casesRead More…



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