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On 23 March 2022, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his Spring Statement in Parliament amid a cost of living crisis and higher public debt after the COVID-19 crisis. Here’s what you need to know.
The new tax year is just around the corner. Here’s what business owners and landlords need to know for 2022/23.
Here’s how the scheme works and tax considerations to be aware of – including the annual allowance and contribution rates.
If you are thinking of adding more property to your portfolio in 2022, make sure you are aware of the tax implications first. Here’s a rundown of what to consider.
Getting your self-assessment done now will allow you to relax and enjoy Christmas, knowing exactly what to expect when your tax bill arrives. The online self-assessment is simpler than the old paper form, but it’s still easy to get caught out. Here are a few tips to make the process as smooth as possible.
Business leaders across the UK listened to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget 2021 speech in late October. Here are the key announcements.
Thanks to lower taxes and cheaper running costs, electric cars are becoming more economical. Here’s why you should consider one for your company car.
When should you register for VAT? The most common reasons that you must register for Value Added Tax (VAT) are:…
Sometimes you can be so focussed on carrying out the day-to-day work in your business that you don’t have time to sit back and reflect on what you can do to increase profit!
You may believe that a Will and Estate Planning are the same thing you would be wrong.
It is a common misconception that all accountants are the same. Nothing could be further from the truth! Just as in all walks of life you have the good, the bad and the downright ugly! We explain here who can call themselves “accountants” in the United Kingdom.
It is widely publicised that a high proportion of new business fail within the first 3 years, with some reports suggesting it could be as high as 3 in 5! So here are 3 common reasons why new businesses fail so you can learn from their mistakes.
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