21 April 2020
Latest Government news on support available
The Government has now outlined in one place the supports available to businesses and individuals in the UK.
2 April 2020
What are the options to limit the financial damage of COVID-19?
It’s hard to believe that Rishi Sunak has only been the Chancellor since Valentine’s Day, given what he’s had to deal…
The amount of capital gains tax small business owners can potentially save when they sell their business has been cut by 90% for 2020/21.
Entrepreneurs’ relief allows people to pay a reduced 10% flat rate of capital gains tax on any gain made from…
The point at which tapering of the annual pension allowance kicks in will increase by £90,000 for both threshold income and adjusted income in 2020/21.
The move, which was announced in last month’s Spring Budget, means the taper will not affect anyone with income…
Most small businesses in England will pay no business rates in 2020/21 in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak in the UK.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in last month’s Spring Budget that almost half of small firms will have a one-year business rates holiday….
The Government has delayed extending the controversial off-payroll working rules to the private sector, as the UK fights to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Hot on the heels of announcing a £350 billion support package for struggling businesses, the Treasury pulled the plug on the extension…
1 April 2020
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1 November 2018
Although the tax legislation contains an exemption to prevent employees from suffering a benefit-in-kind tax charge on the staff Christmas party, the exemption is limited in scope and application. It is unwise to assume that there will be no tax to pay…
30 October 2018
Going into Budget 2018, between leaks and political instability, few expected Chancellor Philip Hammond would have surprises left to spring.
How wrong we were.
Under pressure to support No 10’s ’end of austerity’ message, bolstered by revised growth forecasts from the Office of Budget…
23 November 2017
Chancellor Philip Hammond said he’d take a “balanced approach” to his second Budget of 2017.
Once again the speech was light on headline-grabbing finance changes and there were no ‘giveaways’ or major surprises.
Instead, the chancellor focused on measures to prepare the economy for post-Brexit life.
Raising productivity is key to boosting…