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Self assessment ‘time to pay’ threshold raised to £30,000

12th January 2021

HMRC has made it easier for self assessment taxpayers to pay the tax they owe incrementally on a monthly basis, by extending the threshold for ‘time to pay’ applications, as part of efforts to ease financial stresses cause by the...

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Staff Parties and Gifts

26th November 2020

As a “unique” 2020 ends and the festive season approaches, you may be considering Christmas parties and gifts for employees.  Here are a couple of ways to save tax on such expenditure which would normally be called as a benefit...

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What have we learned from the Office for Tax Simplification’s review of CGT?

20th November 2020

Back in August we reported that the Chancellor had asked the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) to review the current Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules. On 11th November the OTS published their first report. The headline is that the OTS...

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R&D tax credits: where are we today?

26th October 2020

Research and development is going to play a huge part if the UK is going to combat what could well be a very tough recession.  We have always been recognised as a highly innovative nation but that reputation is going...

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As a company employee, could working from home improve your tax position?

6th October 2020

It has never failed to amaze me just how quickly and easily so many of us settled in to working from home not to mention how effective and productive home working has turned out to be.  With that in mind, it’s no surprise...

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How will the recently announced Stamp Duty Holiday affect you

25th August 2020

One of the parts of the Chancellor’s the recent Summer Statement that garnered the bulk of the coverage is the ‘stamp duty holiday’ for house buyers in England and Northern Ireland (Scotland and Wales weren’t initially included but the Scottish...

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What could the proposed Capital Gains Tax review achieve?

21st August 2020

Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of the Exchequer recently wrote to the Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) to ask them to review the current capital gains tax (CGT) rules.  He wants the OTS to establish CGT is still fit for purpose...

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