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19 Nov 2019

Tax Implications on Non-UK Resident Landlords

HMRC is still doing all it can to collect tax from Non-UK resident landlords who own a property in the UK.

18 Nov 2019

The Warning Signs that Suggest You Need an Accountant

Is it worth getting an accountant? This is a question that every business owner will ask themselves at some point.

13 Nov 2019

Allowable Expenses - What are You Allowed to Claim for?

In the UK, if you are self-employed then you will be required to complete a self-assessment tax return that has to be submitted to HMRC.

11 Nov 2019

Is it worth getting an accountant to do your tax?

If you have been wondering “Is it worth getting an accountant to do my tax?”, then the answer is a definite yes.

23 Oct 2019

The impact on the online sellers if there is a no deal Brexit

There are many online sellers working from home, buying and selling their products locally and also to the EU countries. With time UK’s annual revenue from online retail and ecommerce has reached more than £150 billion.

02 Oct 2019

Construction Industry - VAT reverse charge

The changes to be implemented in October 2020.

30 Aug 2019

Changes in IR 35 - Changes extended to the Private sector

The govt has made plans to make changes off-payroll working (IR35) rules effective from April 2020.

13 Jun 2019

I am a full-time employee do I still have to fill in Self-Assessment tax return

Once you are employed you pay tax under PAYE which means your employer deducts tax and national insurance contributions from your wages or occupational pension before paying you wages or pension.

12 Jun 2019

Second hand cars and the margin scheme

I recently came across a client, who is a second hand car dealer and wanted to know which VAT scheme will suit him the best.

15 Feb 2019

Inheritance tax

While the rising prices of property is making it difficult for the first-time buyers, it is actually increasing the growing wealth of the individuals who have already invested in property.

11 Feb 2019

The Changes in the Pension Contributions and what you need to know as an Employer

From 6 April 2019, there will be an increase in the pension contribution again, this is a good news for the employees as the employees will be getting even more out of their workplace pensions.

11 Feb 2019

Property partnership Incorporation

Following the changes made in 2016 of the 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax surcharges for people buying second homes and buy to let properties, followed by the introduction from 6 April 2017 of a limit to tax relief available to mortgage interest on letting residential property, the landlords are not considering themselves in a very favorable position.

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