As many of those in the property sector will be aware, different rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) apply to the purchase of commercial and residential properties.
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Medium and large employers are now required to determine the employment status of contractors after major changes to the off-payroll working rules came into force this month.
The ‘Off-Payroll Reforms’ for the Private Sector were supposed to begin in April 2020. However, the impact of coronavirus meant that the Government delayed its start until 6 April 2021 – meaning there is only a matter of weeks left to prepare.
There are many tax reliefs available to individuals and some are often overlooked. Here are some ideas you could consider before the end of the tax year on 5 April, so check that you have made the best use of them. Income Tax Inter-spouse transfers – you can maximise capital gains and income tax rates and […]
You may be unsure as to why you are required to provide proof of identity to your accountant, which we need to refresh on a periodic basis – here’s why we need to ask for this.
We are required by law to ask you to provide proof of your identity to us and refresh this on a periodic basis. Pre-Covid times, providing your proof of identity to us (as required by anti-money laundering regulations) was a simple matter of you providing documents at a face-to-face meeting (remember those?!?). The alternative was […]
New legislation will require independent scrutiny of pre-pack sales where connected parties are involved, it has been announced.
Businesses and individuals have just over a month before the tax year ends on 5 April 2021. Therefore, it is essential to utilise all the tax reliefs and allowances available to minimise your tax liabilities before this date.