CGT News: Capital Gains Tax payments rise & HMRC issues new guidancePosted by Karen Jones on August 11, 2021
CGT news may not make the headlines very often, but it’s certainly a form of taxation that’s at the forefront of government thinking. Chancellor Rishi Sunak was widely tipped to raise CGT at his Budget in March. Even though he didn’t, the Office of Tax Simplification released a review into Capital Gains Tax. More recently,
Latest news for employers: August 2021Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 11, 2021
The last 18 months have been an unusual time for employers, to say the least. Not only have they had to contend with the challenges of COVID-19, but they’ve had to get to grips with new rules and regulations as a result of Brexit. Currently, there’s a lot going on in the world of employment,
Finance Bill 2021-22 – upcoming changes you need to know aboutPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on July 27, 2021
The government has announced a range of legislation, which will be included in the Finance Bill 2021-22. Here’s what you need to know.
Breathing Space debt respite scheme introduced. How does it work?Posted by Ben Locker on May 4, 2021
Today, a new Breathing Space debt respite scheme comes into force. But how does it work, and what does it mean for debtors and creditors?
NHS Continuing Healthcare – apparently it exists. But can you actually get it?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on April 19, 2021
NHS Continuing Healthcare is not means-tested and should cover all the care costs for your elderly relatives when become ill from old age.
Tax Day 2021: changes to business rates, Income Tax, IHT and morePosted by Karen Jones on March 24, 2021
23rd March this year is known as ‘Tax Day 2021’. In essence, the government announced potential changes to the tax system. But what are they?
Tax After Coronavirus – upcoming tax refunds for pandemic losses?Posted by Karen Jones on March 1, 2021
The Treasury Committee report, ‘Tax After Coronavirus’ was published today. We summarise its recommendations – including possible tax refunds.
Spending Review 2020: what it means for youPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 25, 2020
Today, Chancellor Rishi Sunak lauched the Spending Review 2020. We summarise the main announcements and ask what they mean for you.
How would you like to pay your tax bill, sir? With iTunes gift cards?Posted by Ben Locker on June 5, 2020
Many people have been experiencing scammers posing as HMRC and have felt the consequence, Apple iTunes gift cards have also taken a similar hit.
Coronavirus update 24 March 2020 (2): what you can and can’t doPosted by Ben Locker on March 24, 2020
Coronavirus update 24 March 2020 (2): what you can and can’t do