Taxation is a fast-moving, wide-ranging and common concern for all business people in the UK. We look at the intricacies of taxation for different types of business from sole traders to large organisations. Our blog articles about tax tackle the latest developments in the fields of taxation and tax accountancy with help and advice from our ex-HMRC tax consultants.
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We love the thrill of being scared and startled by ghosts, witches, and vampires, especially at Halloween. While many enjoy the fear and excitement associated with this horror-filled holiday, don't let your taxes and financial future bring such a fright this Halloween.read more
There are a number of reasons you may need to register for HMRC Self-Assessment, even if you are full time employed.read more
Many employees of publicly listed companies are given the option of obtaining shares in the company through a Share Incentive Plan (SIP).read more
Even for a so called expert, filling out a tax return can be a confusing enough process, but the one section that often has everyone flummoxed is the capital allowances. Here are some simple pointers to explain the reason and process for claiming capital allowances.read more
One of the most common questions we get asked by our self-employed clients is 'Am I allowed to claim such-and-such as a business expenses?'read more
Tax Returns Deadline Catch Up – 15th October 2013 Are you behind with your tax returns? Put it aside for a few years and not got round to dealing with it yet?read more
You will receive this letter if HMRC think that you have underpaid or overpaid tax in a previous year.read more
Employers who pay their staff in a different fashion to the usual monthly payment – meaning those who pay weekly, fortnightly or four-weekly are subject to extra days in leap years.read more
The CBI has stated that the government could do better to maintain solidity within the taxation structure by allowing current tax rules to remain in place for far longer.read more