The Brexit Tax Trap

The Brexit Tax Trap

Despite the Brexit mess non-residence for tax purposes is becoming more popular than ever. Still, the sale of properties and dealing with subsequent capital gains tax liabilities needs carefully planned and executed. Whereas wealthy foreigners could, at one time pop over here and buy up parts of London and other property ‘hotspots’ including Edinburgh, Glasgow and the highlands of Scotland, …

Gig Economy Income Tax HMRC

Gig Economy, Income Tax and HMRC – Are people hiding without Halloween masks?

The gig economy probably existed before William Pitt introduced Income Tax in 1798 and gradually evolved from musicians travelling around doing gigs to the present day enigma termed ‘the gig economy’. Now with The Revenue’s spyware and a record number of snitches around, even the rich singers and comedians who sometimes fit in a private party or a 30 minute “cash” appearance …

The Budget

What does the budget mean for you?

The latest chancellor’s budget has been seen as one of the most divisive in recent history. The first Tory-only cabinet in 19 years has provided promises of investment and tax reliefs that are a boon for many. However cuts in welfare and reduced funding of certain sectors may yet prove to be detrimental to others. Now that the dust has …