27 March 2020
With so much uncertainty being caused by the global coronavirus crisis, now may be the time to consider protecting the future growth in your estate from inheritance tax.
The Government has confirmed that it intends to reform the off-payroll working rules (commonly known as IR35) from 6 April 2021. 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.
11 March 2020
The big news from a pensions perspective in the 2020 Budget announcement was the increase in the income thresholds above which the tapered annual allowance applies for high earners wishing to make pension contributions.
11 March 2020
In the Chancellors 2020 Budget announcement relatively few changes to personal taxes were made, and those that were target specific individuals and situations.
07 January 2020
Just before Christmas, HMRC announced a package of relaxations and other changes to the loan charge. This came as a welcome gift to people worried about the tax bills they face. Our eager experts have ripped off the wrapping paper to work out what the changes mean and how they will work in practice.
16 December 2019
RSM’s head of private client Gary Heynes has been named as one of the 2020 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential.
28 August 2019
HMRC have begun sending letters to owners and occupiers of UK property where the registered owner is a company. The letters to occupiers in particular may cause alarm and confusion with incorrect or misleading information being provided due to a lack of understanding. You will need to act to reassure occupants and avoid unnecessary and expensive HMRC enquiries being raised.
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.
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?