A round up of our latest blogs, commentary or office news. Get in touch if you need more details on any of the topics covered.
The Prime Minister promised a Budget within 100 days of the election result, so we can expect a Budget in February or March with any changes to taxes, benefits and allowances potentially taking effect in April.
As the tax deadline looms on 31 January for the tax year ending April 2019, here are our tax tips to keep your tax bill down.
What will happen to Entrepreneurs’ Relief post Election? Our tax team have been considering whether there are steps that can be taken to pre-empt some of the possible tax changes that might arise after 12 December.
From April 2020 when you sell your home, if CGT (Capital Gains Tax) is due, you will need to calculate and pay it within 30 days of completion.
Government confirms the delay to the report on the review of the controversial Loan Charge until after the General Election.
The GAAR advisory panel has released an opinion into a share scheme designed to extract capital from a company in a tax free form.
Know the possible tax traps and pitfalls to consider if you are thinking of selling off or developing in your garden
A round up of the latest news stories affecting charities and not for profit organisations, including governance, new code of fundraising practice, related third party transactions and measures aimed at preventing fraud and cyber crime in charities.
The steps your charity can take to help protect it from fraud and cyber crime following research conducted by the Charity Commission
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales offers resource hub to help businesses prepare for Brexit, deal or No-Deal
What does the recent Potter First Tier Tribunal case mean for Entrepreneurs’ Relief. Interpretation of trading activities and what is regarded as substantial non trading activity.
Importing from and exporting to the EU after a no deal Brexit