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Who is making your mind up?

15 December 2017

There are many ways of inducing people to make tax payments and complete returns. In the past HMRC relied mainly on fines and threats, but it also often now uses less aggressive tactics.

Property sector not forgotten in Budget

22 November 2017

Mixed bag for individuals and businesses who will be impacted by chancellor’s Budget property announcement.

Individuals affected by property changes

22 November 2017

Some individuals may benefit from some of the changes to residential property taxation, whilst others will pay higher ATED charges.

A bit of a wind-up

20 October 2017

Higher tax charges on distributions from solvent liquidation where company’s activities are continued by shareholders.

Time to leave?

19 September 2017

Economic and political uncertainty, calls for higher personal tax rates… the list of reasons for wealthy individuals to consider leaving the UK seems to get ever longer.

Are SDLT charges hitting the wrong target?

19 September 2017

The intention of introducing a 3 per cent increased stamp duty land tax (SDLT) rate was to ‘try and redress the balance between those who are struggling to buy their first property and those who are able to invest in additional properties’.

Joining the 60 per cent club?

15 July 2017

800,000 people will pay the 60 per cent tax rate in 2017/2018 – will you be one of them?

All change for non-doms again?

03 June 2017

It was inevitable, following the announcement of the 8 June general election, that not all provisions included in the 2017 Finance Bill would be made law before parliament was dissolved. Will the proposed non-dom changes be reintroduced?

Explaining investment funds

13 May 2017

When investing in collective investments or funds, the tax you pay can vary substantially depending on the choices you make. We can’t tell you which funds to pick to make your fortune, but we can answer some common questions about how they work.

Landlord tax changes bite

18 April 2017

The government’s pledge to not raise rates of income tax, VAT and National Insurance contributions during the current parliament (the triple lock) has meant that it has had to look to other ways of increasing the tax take.