22 August 2019
The UK tax system is as complex as ever before and the penalties for getting it wrong are at its most severe. Our range of ideas helps you navigate the tax landscape.
08 August 2019
The Government has issued a consultation paper on their proposals to charge an extra 1 per cent stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for non-resident purchasers of residential property. Find out how this could affect you.
05 August 2019
Since 2012 there has been a steady attack on the buy-to-let tax landscape. Have these tax changes meant the end of the road for buy-to-let landlords or are there actions which can mitigate their tax position?
The Government has confirmed that it intends to reform the off-payroll working rules (commonly known as IR35) from 6 April 2020. This change impacts an estimated 170,000 individuals who supply their services through an intermediary, such as a personal service company (PSC), and who would be deemed employed if engaged directly.
23 July 2019
Now that non-resident companies are subject to UK corporation tax on their capital gains, HMRC have published guidelines on how to register for corporation tax. Find out when to register and what may be expected.
20 July 2019
Significant changes to the administration and payment dates of UK capital gains tax (CGT) on property disposals are in the process of being introduced.
10 July 2019
Constant changes in tax laws means that trustees should be keeping up to date with current issues that impact them. Our upcoming event will cover an update on these various changes and how these changes will impact trustees and directors of property holding entities. Register your place.
05 July 2019
As of June 2019, the Government introduced a draft statutory instrument for the Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA). The SBA is intended to encourage investment in the construction of new structures and buildings for commercial use.
09 March 2019
Pension contributions are a tax efficient way to save for retirement. Income tax relief is given at the individual’s marginal tax rate on the gross contributions made, but tax relief may be lost if contributions are not made at the right time.