20 June 2020
Partnerships and LLPs should consider the particular tax saving and cash flow benefits available to them during the coronavirus pandemic to protect and manage their businesses.
28 April 2020
To pay or not to pay – that is the question!
26 February 2020
Taking simple and effective actions now could result in significant reductions to your 2019/20 and future personal tax liabilities. The next Budget is on 11 March 2020; although the Conservative manifesto ruled out increases to income tax, VAT or national insurance, could tax increases be made in disguise?
31 July 2019
There are new ‘expat tax’ rules which are due to come into force in South Africa next year which could result in South Africans , that are working outside of South Africa, but intending to return home, being exposed to tax in South Africa.
23 May 2018
Have you recently received a letter from HMRC in relation to the salaried member legislation? These letters have been sent to remind LLPs and their members that they must operate PAYE on the partners’ remuneration if they fall within the anti-avoidance legislation.
19 September 2017
As expected, following a consultation at the end of 2016, draft legislation published on 13 September 2017 includes provisions aiming to remove uncertainty and provide clarity on the taxation of partnerships. Here are our thoughts on the main proposed changes, and steps that firms might wish to take.
09 March 2017
Additional two per cent National Insurance contributions for the self-employed, including partners of partnerships/LLPs
01 November 2016
A range of challenges face partners looking to plan effectively for their retirement in the current volatile marketplace. Mark Waddilove looks at the options, and which to choose at different stages of your retirement planning
01 November 2016
The government consultation on how partnerships calculate and report their taxable profits and liabilities closes today, but the proposed measures are largely unnecessary and risk breaching confidentiality and increasing the administrative burden for partnerships, their advisers and HMRC.