Tenant bidding wars have become increasingly common as the number of homes available to rent has failed to keep pace with demand. This shortage of rental properties has led to landlords receiving multiple applications for every vacancy, and in some cases, tenants are even willing to pay above the asking price in order to secure […]
Under a proposed new scheme aimed at reducing rental fraud, letting agents and property websites would collect and report tax on behalf of landlords. This proposal has been met with firm opposition by finance professionals and landlords. It has also raised many questions about data privacy and who would be liable in the case of […]
New changes to the research and development (R&D) tax credits regime have been announced, with an estimated 90,000 companies benefiting.
The recruitment crisis across the country shows no sign of abating, according to a survey from a top business body.
Before we dive into seven ways to grow your business, it is important to ensure you have the following factors in place:
With the regulations surrounding Capital Gains Tax and property sales constantly shifting, many homeowners and their advisers may not realise that they owe tax on the disposal of a property.
By Neil Driver Every time someone announces a sudden rise in property prices, there are an equal number of experts predicting that the bubble will burst.
A review into the effect of short-term holiday lets has been launched by the Government to improve the holiday letting market for those living in popular tourism destinations.
The leisure and hospitality industry’s recovery post-pandemic is still being blighted by a shortage of staff.