Spring Statement 2022: what you need to knowPosted by Ben Locker on March 23, 2022
Today the Chancellor unveiled his Spring Statement for 2022. We take a look at the measures he announced and what they mean for you.
CGT deadline extended: but don’t fall into this trap!Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 3, 2021
In the Autumn Budget 2021, the Chancellor extended the CGT deadline for reporting property sales to 60 days. But is it really long enough?
The Budget and business rates – what’s changing?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 1, 2021
October saw the Autumn Budget and business rates were high up the agenda. We look at the changes to business rates and how they affect you.
Autumn Budget 2021: first impressionsPosted by Ben Locker on October 27, 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils the Autumn Budget 2021 along with his latest Spending Review. We summarise his announcements
COVID business rates relief explainedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 31, 2021
The government has announced a further £1.5 billion in COVID business rates relief. But which sectors are eligible, and how can you apply?
SEISS pre-verification checks – important info for first-time claimantsPosted by Kirsty Demeza on March 15, 2021
Recently self-employed? You may be able to claim the next two SEISS grants. But beware the new SEISS pre-verification checks!
Autumn Statement 2016 – are you a winner or a loser?Posted by THP on November 24, 2016
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has now delivered his first Autumn Statement. As always, there are both winners and losers – and there’s every chance there’s both good and bad news for your finances. This post is here to give you a summary of the announcements, so you will know what they mean