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Business Tax planning vital to maximise cashflow at this tricky time

01.07.2020
Mary Schofield
Tax
3 min read

With post-Covid cashflow the number one issue for many businesses, now is the time for some judicious business tax planning.

Inheritance tax rules for married couples and civil partners

04.06.2020
Stephen Cameron
Financial Planning, Tax
3 min read

Without careful financial planning, you may find that much of the wealth you spent your lifetime creating may be taken in tax rather than being passed to your loved ones.

Go online now to claim self-employed support

15.05.2020
Shaun Davison
Tax
3 min read

Applications for the Covid-19 self-employed support scheme have opened a month early, so now is the time to act.

Company Benefits and Expenses - Areas to Consider: What is Exempt?

11.05.2020
Matthew Waters
Tax
4 min read

Employers have until 6 July to report any taxable benefits and expenses provided to their employees (including company directors) during the 2020 tax year on the forms P11D, and will have to settle any National Insurance arising on these by 19 July.

Time to consider whether to defer payment of tax bills falling due

11.05.2020
James Shipp
Tax
3 min read

VAT, PAYE and Corporation Tax payments falling due can be deferred – but should you.

Company Benefits and Expenses – Areas to Consider: Employee Benefits

04.05.2020
Matthew Waters
Tax
7 min read

Employers have until 6 July to report any taxable benefits and expenses provided to their employees (including company directors) during the 2020 tax year on the forms P11D, and will have to settle any National Insurance arising on these by 19 July.


Company Benefits and Expenses – Areas to Consider: Vehicles

27.04.2020
Matthew Waters
Tax
4 min read

Employers have until 6 July to report any taxable benefits and expenses provided to their employees (including company directors) during the 2020 tax year on the forms P11D, and will have to settle any National Insurance arising on these by 19 July.

Homeworking arrangements - FAQs

23.04.2020
Charlotte Henriksen
Human Resources, Tax
3 min read

Whilst some homeworking arrangements may have been in place several weeks ago, due to COVID-19 we are now seeing more and more employees working remotely.

Wide-ranging tax planning and compliance services for individuals seeking advice and guidance from our team of experienced and highly qualified professionals.

Friendly and coherent advice and guidance on accounting and tax matters for small business owners including those starting out for the first time.

Established businesses requiring accounting and tax compliance services, forward thinking tax planning advice and the support to help your business succeed.

Our full range of enhanced corporate services aimed at large companies and those requiring audit, assurance, corporate tax advisory and diverse tax planning services.

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