Loan Charge review announced by Government

Loan Charge review announced by Government

After extensive lobbying by affected taxpayers, MPs and other interested parties the Government last week finally announced a fresh review of the controversial loan charge.  Whilst this is welcome, a healthy portion of scepticism is required as the make-up of the...
HMRC take their time with R & D tax credit claims

HMRC take their time with R & D tax credit claims

Delays to R & D tax credit claims Richard Coombs, Tax Partner at Bates Weston reports that HMRC are currently taking up to 90 days to process R & D tax credit claims compared to the expected 28 day response. “Clients will need to be aware of the impact...
Section 431 Election – more than just a piece of paper?

Section 431 Election – more than just a piece of paper?

Cassandra Graham, Tax Manager at Bates Weston explains the relevance of a section 431 election when an individual acquires employment related shares. “The signing of a section 431 election tends to be a standard part of the legal process when an individual...

SDLT Payment Pressures

As of 31 March 2019, SDLT is now due for payment 14 days after the completion of the transaction. Given the cashflow pressures of this it will be more important than ever to get the SDLT liability right and take advantage of any reliefs available. Multiple Dwellings...

Claiming Entrepreneurs’ Relief on dilution

Cassandra Graham, Tax manager at Bates Weston, explains the elections you can make to protect your Entrepreneurs’ Relief on dilution of your shareholding. As ever, this article is general in nature and you should take no action based upon it without first...