Gifts and Inheritance Tax reliefs and exemptions

There’s usually no Inheritance Tax to pay on small gifts you make out of your normal income, such as ChristmasRead More…

New Lifetime ISA available from April 2017

The Lifetime ISA will be available for young adults from April 2017 as the Savings (Government Contributions) Bill receives RoyalRead More…

Reminders of significant tax changes from April 2017

The first thing you can count on, is that taxation is here to stay. The second thing you can countRead More…

Affected by severe weather or flooding

It is unfortunate that HMRC have designated the 31 January as the filing deadline for self-assessment purposes as we areRead More…

When do you need to register for self-assessment

We are fast approaching the end of the 2015-16 tax return filing period – returns for this year should beRead More…

More funding available to rural businesses

£120 million of funding is to be made available to support farmers, grow businesses, and generate thousands of jobs inRead More…

Tax return deadline at the end of this month

If you are required to file a tax return for 2015-16, and have not yet done so, you have untilRead More…

Is your employer still paying for your private fuel

It is worth repeating an article we first published March 2016 that highlighted the cash benefit to company car driversRead More…

Capital gains tax planning 2016-17

This is also an appropriate time of the year to consider your CGT position if you have already disposed ofRead More…

Tax Diary January/February 2017

1 January 2017 – Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 31 March 2016. 19 January 2017Read More…

Car fuel advisory rates from 1 December 2016

From 1 December 2016, the advisory fuel rates have changed to: 1400cc or less: petrol 11p per mile, LPG 7pRead More…

Three months to go

All UK taxpayers may benefit from pausing, taking a deep breath, and considering their planning options as we approach theRead More…

Two items on our watch list for 2017

Whilst it is never easy to double guess future changes in our tax system there are already changes afoot, someRead More…

Do not have a fake Christmas

The Intellectual Property Office has issued a video setting out the dangers of buying counterfeit goods this Christmas. They say:Read More…

What taxes are payable if you set up in business

The answer to this question depends, in the first instance, on the business structure you select. If you run yourRead More…

The Land Registrys free property alert service

This service helps people to detect fraudulent activity on their property by sending them email alerts when there is certainRead More…

Changes to the VAT Flat Rate Scheme

As we have noted in previous blog postings, Philip Hammond announced a significant change to the VAT Flat Rate SchemeRead More…

Carry back gift aid donations

For a number of years, it has been possible to make gift aid donations and carry them back to theRead More…

What is a power of attorney

A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more peopleRead More…

Are you affected by changes to the VAT Flat Rate Scheme (FRS)

HMRC is to introduce an additional test that will determine the flat rate percentage used by traders. It would seemRead More…

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