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The Spring Budget and what it means for you Leave a comment Read more »

The Spring Budget and what it means for you

Well, the Chancellor seemed to enjoy that, cracking jokes at himself, the PM and the Opposition. Perhaps Box Office Phil isn’t such an ironic nickname after all. Overall, he had very little to say on tax other than the headline increase in the rate of NICs for the…


Making tax digital - What it means for you Leave a comment Read more »

Making tax digital – What it means for you

Making Tax Digital – HMRC’s project to get all taxpayers to keep records digitally, and to send these to HMRC quarterly –  is the big story for accountants at the moment. And so it should be. Tax rates and rules change on a regular basis but this…


Choosing an accountant Leave a comment Read more »

Choosing an accountant

Choosing an accountant can be a difficult task. For a start there’s a lot of us out there. And if you haven’t used an accountant before it can be difficult to know what services you need, and how much you should be paying for them. Thankfully…


Autumn Statement highlights Leave a comment Read more »

Autumn Statement highlights

Leaving aside the political nonsense (u-turns, smoke and mirrors, Chairman Mao and the like), there was little in yesterday’s Autumn Statement for our clients. Not that we are complaining.  After the Summer Budget, which impacted on most areas of tax, and in some cases significantly, we are…


All worn out: the end of the Wear and Tear allowance for landlords Leave a comment Read more »

All worn out: the end of the Wear and Tear allowance for landlords

At Summer Budget 2015, George Osborne announced that the Wear and Tear Allowance for landlords would be replaced with a new tax relief from April 2016 onwards. Following the publication of a consultation document by HMRC, we now have a better idea of how the…


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