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Autumn Statement 2022

On 17 November 2022, the government undertook the third fiscal statement in as many months, against a backdrop of rising inflation and economic recession. The Chancellor laid out three core priorities of stability, growth and public services. The government sought a...

October 2022 Client Newsletter

Inside this issue Introducing the Plastic Packaging TaxBye bye GDPR?Did claims comply with the furlough scheme?When couples separate: capital gains tax changeAccessing your business tax accountVAT: terminating a contract early Read More

Making Tax Digital: ready to fly?

What, however, do the MTD rules mean in practice? HMRC research suggests many people are unsure which developments apply to them. We look here at what’s known so far, and what might affect you. MTD: what are the rules on records and software? MTD involves keeping and...

Mini Budget 2022

Before Mr Kwarteng stood up to make his statement on ‘The Growth Plan’ much of what he had to say about energy support for businesses and households, bankers’ bonuses, investment zones and reversals to NICs had already been announced. The government also said that the...

May 2022 Client Newsletter

Inside this issue Money off your software costsBasis period reform: it could impact your tax billHoliday pay on tap: what you need to know aboutthe Pimlico PlumbersEmployers: risk assess your minimum wage paymentYour guide to the Spring Statement Download

Capital Taxes: A Beginner’s Guide

If, like many people, the pandemic has prompted you to reappraise your long term goals, the next step to turning aspirations into reality is to assess the financial consequences of your decision. We look here at the two capital taxes that might influence your...

Trade With The EU 2022 : A Cheat Sheet

Spoiler Alert • Last minute halt to new import controls for agrifoods from the EU affecting animals, animal products, and plants and plant products.• Revised UK import controls regime to be published in autumn 2022.• Northern Ireland Protocol (NIP) and movement of...

Writing a Business Plan

Every new business should have a business plan. It is the key to success. If you need finance,no bank manager will lend money without a considered plan. It is one of the most important aspects of starting a new business. Your plan should provide a thorough examination...

2022/2023 Tax Rates Pocket Guide

Our handy guide tells you all you need to know about: Income tax allowances and rates, ISAs, tax reliefs, child benefit, pensions and key dates National insurance contributions rates Capital allowances, corporation tax and VATCar and van benefits, statutory payments,...

Spring Statement 2022

In his Spring Statement, the Chancellor announced a cut in fuel duty for petrol and diesel as he sought to ease the impact of rising prices for households and businesses. The Chancellor will lift the starting thresholds for National Insurance contributions (NICs). He...

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Autumn Statement 2022

On 17 November 2022, the government undertook the third fiscal statement in as many months, against a backdrop of rising inflation and economic recession. The Chancellor laid out three core priorities of stability, growth and public services. The government sought a...

October 2022 Client Newsletter

Inside this issue Introducing the Plastic Packaging TaxBye bye GDPR?Did claims comply with the furlough scheme?When couples separate: capital gains tax changeAccessing your business tax accountVAT: terminating a contract early Read More

Making Tax Digital: ready to fly?

What, however, do the MTD rules mean in practice? HMRC research suggests many people are unsure which developments apply to them. We look here at what’s known so far, and what might affect you. MTD: what are the rules on records and software? MTD involves keeping and...

Mini Budget 2022

Before Mr Kwarteng stood up to make his statement on ‘The Growth Plan’ much of what he had to say about energy support for businesses and households, bankers’ bonuses, investment zones and reversals to NICs had already been announced. The government also said that the...

May 2022 Client Newsletter

Inside this issue Money off your software costsBasis period reform: it could impact your tax billHoliday pay on tap: what you need to know aboutthe Pimlico PlumbersEmployers: risk assess your minimum wage paymentYour guide to the Spring Statement Download

Capital Taxes: A Beginner’s Guide

If, like many people, the pandemic has prompted you to reappraise your long term goals, the next step to turning aspirations into reality is to assess the financial consequences of your decision. We look here at the two capital taxes that might influence your...

Trade With The EU 2022 : A Cheat Sheet

Spoiler Alert • Last minute halt to new import controls for agrifoods from the EU affecting animals, animal products, and plants and plant products.• Revised UK import controls regime to be published in autumn 2022.• Northern Ireland Protocol (NIP) and movement of...

Writing a Business Plan

Every new business should have a business plan. It is the key to success. If you need finance,no bank manager will lend money without a considered plan. It is one of the most important aspects of starting a new business. Your plan should provide a thorough examination...

2022/2023 Tax Rates Pocket Guide

Our handy guide tells you all you need to know about: Income tax allowances and rates, ISAs, tax reliefs, child benefit, pensions and key dates National insurance contributions rates Capital allowances, corporation tax and VATCar and van benefits, statutory payments,...

Spring Statement 2022

In his Spring Statement, the Chancellor announced a cut in fuel duty for petrol and diesel as he sought to ease the impact of rising prices for households and businesses. The Chancellor will lift the starting thresholds for National Insurance contributions (NICs). He...