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Reviewing the changes to capital allowances

In the 2018 Autumn Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a handful of changes to capital allowances, including the introduction of a new allowance, termed the Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA). Here, we take a look at these changes in more detail. Alterations to the Annual Investment Allowance The majority of firms are able to claim…Read More

Minimising your tax liability ahead of the year end

With the end of the 2018/19 tax year rapidly approaching, now is the ideal time to ensure you are making the most of the available allowances and exemptions. Here we highlight some key areas to consider by 5 April 2019. Making the most of capital allowances When capital equipment, such as plant or machinery, is…Read More

Making Tax Digital for VAT: the latest developments

With the introduction of Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD for VAT) rapidly approaching, new developments may affect how certain businesses prepare for the measure. We take a look at the latest changes to the MTD for VAT regime. MTD for VAT is set to come into effect from 1 April 2019 for businesses which…Read More

Taxing the tech giants: the new Digital Services Tax

In his 2018 Autumn Budget speech, Chancellor Philip Hammond unveiled a so-called ‘Digital Services Tax’ (DST), which is set to come into effect from April 2020. The DST will require specific digital businesses to pay tax on sales generated in the UK. Here, we outline what we know so far in regard to the DST.…Read More

An update on national insurance contributions

In an unexpected move, the government recently announced that it will not be abolishing Class 2 national insurance contributions (NICs) during this Parliament. With this in mind, we provide an overview of the current NICs regime. What are NICs? NICs are a tax on earned income. Under the regime, income is divided into various classes,…Read More

Making Tax Digital for VAT: an update on digital links

Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD for VAT) is set to come into effect from 1 April 2019 for businesses which have a taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold (currently £85,000). In VAT Notice 700/22, published on 13 July 2018, HMRC outlined further details and confirmed its intention to give some respite to taxpayers…Read More

Cybercrime and the impact on business

Recently published figures have suggested that HMRC has ‘saved the public more than £2.4 million’ by combating cybercriminals and cybercrime. However, such crime remains a serious problem for businesses, with potentially significant consequences. Here, we take a look at strategies you may wish to utilise to ensure your business and personal finances are adequately protected…Read More

Spotlight on inheritance tax

Recent reports have suggested that the UK’s current inheritance tax (IHT) system is ‘unnecessarily complicated’, with one business group going so far as to suggest abolishing the tax altogether. Here, we provide an overview of the IHT system, outline some of the recent suggestions, and highlight ways in which you can help to minimise your…Read More

Tackling the late payments epidemic

Research published by the Prompt Payment Directory has suggested that many small business owners are ‘struggling financially’ as a consequence of late payments, with 23% of businesses facing bankruptcy or liquidation as a result of such payments. Here, we take a look at some strategies small firms can utilise in order to help them to…Read More

Making Tax Digital: where are we now?

With Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD for VAT) set to be introduced in April 2019, the government has published legislation setting out the requirements for the initiative. Meanwhile, HMRC recently launched an MTD for income tax pilot for self-employed taxpayers. Here we outline the latest position. MTD for VAT – an overview Starting from…Read More

Measures coming into effect in the new tax year

The 2018/19 tax year starts on 6 April 2018, and along with it some changes to tax and business legislation will come into effect. Here, we outline some of the key measures. Increase in employers’ auto-enrolment contributions Currently the pension auto-enrolment legislation requires employers to contribute at least 1% on qualifying earnings. From 6 April…Read More

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