The Autumn Budget 2018 introduced some changes to Capital Gains Tax on property. This blog, based on an article by Rebecca Benneyworth in Taxline Publication, is an important read for anyone who may sell a property that is not their main residence on or after the 6th April 2020.
Once you have taken advantage of the non-cash tax-free benefits you can give to your staff you may be considering rewarding your employees with a few more perks. But what to do about that tax bill it causes them? Here we talk through your options.
If you are undertaking a project, that is bespoke within your industry, there is a chance that you don’t even know that your expenditure may qualify for Corporation Tax relief! Qualifying Research & Development expenditure as defined by HM Revenue & Customs as “Work that qualifies for R&D relief must be part of a specific project to make an advance in science or technology. It can’t be an advance within a social science like economics or a theoretical field like pure math.”
The Chancellor's 2019 Spring Statement gave the government the opportunity to consider the longer-term fiscal challenges ahead of Brexit, and initiate consultations on how these can be addressed. Following this, we have put together a PDF which provides an overview of the updated forecasts for the UK economy and public finances, which we trust you will find useful.
The Chancellor's 2018 Autumn Budget contained some important announcements and confirmed a number of changes planned for the new tax year. Following this, we have put together a PDF which contains the latest tax and financial information, which we trust you will find useful. For more information on how the changes may affect you, please contact us.
Here’s my top 10 tax-free benefits that all small business owners should know about. No PAYE or NI liability for the employee or employer – what’s not to like?