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This is a time of unparalleled change for business and the wider community. We are privileged to act as your professional advisers, and if there are matters of concern to you, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Some questions may still be under discussion at government level, but we will do our very best to help.
Why the business-next-door could soon be driving electric.
A major change in the way that VAT is accounted for in the building and construction sector takes effect later this year.
Getting tax relief on a claim for capital allowances is not always plain sailing.
The Autumn Budget brings change to the ‘off-payroll’ working (IR35) rules from April 2020.
EMI: an eventful year
Making Tax Digital (MTD) is on the horizon for many businesses.
Paying family members: get it right
This quarter we look at particular relevance to corporate clients, and covers the correct procedure to be followed when making dividend payments. Highlighting some common errors, the article offers guidance on best practice, and how best to avoid challenge from HMRC.
Our lead article provides an update on changes to the pensions auto-enrolment regime. This entered a new phase from 1 October, with new employers coming immediately into compliance obligations. Further changes are on the horizon, with increases to minimum contributions due from April 2018. This makes a good time for employers to review their ongoing responsibilities under the regime.
Making Tax Digital for Business: plans delayed
Planning for the reduction in Dividend Allowance
VAT Flat rate scheme changes
A busy time ahead for our tax system
Brexit and tax
Small company taxation
New tax dangers when buying residential property
HMRC gone phishing?
Self assessment tax returns still need to be submitted on time.
Have you noticed a large increase in the car benefit in your notice of coding?
More NIC savings ahead
RTI penalties on the horizon