You know how terms, expressions and phrases can catch on when they are used repeatedly by those in the Media? During this exceptional time of COVID-19, there seems to be a plethora of expressions being used to cover everything from medical matters through to economic conditions. We have recently seen one such expression gain traction […]READ MORE »
The introduction of Making Tax Digital may seem like a distant memory, but the beginning of April 2020 was set to mark the end of HMRC’s soft landing period, which had provided a ‘light touch’ to non-compliance with the new rules. Yet due to the present-day pressures facing businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic, HMRC has […]READ MORE »
Around 850,000 people are living with dementia in the UK, including one in six people above the age of 80. That’s a lot of people in need of care, and a lot of families struggling to know how best to provide it. The challenge of procuring dementia care is likely to fall to those in […]READ MORE »
Though every business owner hopes to always remain at its firm’s helm, there may come a time when new blood must take the reins. This change in operations must be handled sensitively for business continuity, while the person selected to step into the shoes of their predecessor must get up to speed with roles that […]READ MORE »
The clock is ticking for business owners who want to benefit from substantial tax relief on big ticket purchases such as plant and machinery. December 2020 sees the end of the temporary increase to the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA). This is the 100 per cent upfront allowance that applies to qualifying expenditure up to a […]READ MORE »
The government is amending current tax legislation relating to the sale of residential properties. Here’s everything you need to know about the changes to Principal Private Residence (PPR) Relief and Lettings Relief, which are due to come into effect from 6th April 2020. What’s changing and what does it mean? In the 2018 Autumn Budget, […]READ MORE »
Buy-to-let landlords and property owners who are thinking of selling properties are advised to think carefully about the timeframe for disposals – or risk damage to their cash flow. The warning comes in the runup to the new 30-day window for reporting Capital Gains Tax. This rule, which at time of writing is due to […]READ MORE »
Changes in tax legislation first announced in summer 2019 mean that electric cars and some hybrid vehicles will soon be completely exempt from company car tax. From April 2020, the UK will adopt the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Procedure – more commonly known as WLTP – to establish CO2 emissions for all new car registrations, […]READ MORE »
As of 6th April 2020, all buy-to-let landlords and other property owners will have just 30 days to report and pay any Capital Gains Tax owed on the sale of a residential property. This represents a significant shift from the present-day rules, which in some cases see property owners having up to 22 months after […]READ MORE »
With such a huge amount of digital accounting platforms available to choose from today, often businesses who self-select a software without taking advice on which would best suit their needs, end up with an expensive package that just doesn’t quite do the job. As a must-see attraction in the North West, Chester Cathedral is a […]READ MORE »
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