The end of the tax year is getting close….time to update your accountantPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on February 28, 2021
The end of the tax year cometh right soon.. We are moving closer to the end of the current tax year – 2020-21 – and as we have mentioned in previous posts on this blog, the opportunity to take advantage of perfectly legal tax planning opportunities expires once the year end date passes: 5 April
Corporation Tax update: possible Budget increase and Making Tax DigitalPosted by Karen Jones on February 24, 2021
This Corporation Tax update covers a potential tax hike in the March 2021 budget, plus a government consultation on Making Tax Digital.
CGT changes 2021 – what are they, and should I be worried?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on February 17, 2021
What are the CGT changes 2021 has in store? We share what we know about potential CGT hikes and look at how they could affect you.
Ahoy – The End of the Tax Year is Nigh!Posted by Karen Jones on February 1, 2021
The end of the tax year is near, don’t leave your taxes to the last minute, start planning now and leave yourself time to take advantage.
Tapered Annual Allowance, Pensions and Carry Forward..Posted by Laurence Sanderson on January 15, 2021
Understanding what tapered annual allowance is and how carry forward works should help you assess what can be done to minimise the loss of tax relief on your pension.
Tax Return deadline looms. Don’t forget to pay any amounts due by 31 January!Posted by Karen Jones on January 9, 2021
The Tax Return online submission deadline is looming ever closer (31st January) so If you haven’t made your submission or provided everything to your accountant you are very short on time to get this done.
Making a Will: your New Year resolution for 2021?Posted by Ian Henman on December 23, 2020
The number of people making a Will is rising. But some 60% of us don’t have an up-to-date Will. So why not make yours in 2021?
HMRC penalties on the rise – don’t get caught outPosted by Karen Jones on December 21, 2020
The taxman is stepping up his investigations and HMRC penalties are on the rise. We explain how to avoid getting hit by these unwelcome bills
4 good reasons to beat January’s self-assessment tax return deadlinePosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on December 9, 2020
January’s self-assement tax return deadline is almost here. But don’t wait until then to do it – this year it’s important to do it early!
Inheritance Tax on gifts: rising number of families caught in the netPosted by Ian Henman on December 7, 2020
Figures released by HMRC reveal more people are paying Inheritance Tax on gifts. But why? And can you avoid being caught in the net?