CGT exempt assets in the UK: gold coins and morePosted by Mark Ingle on September 20, 2021
Do you want to know about CGT exempt assets in the UK? We talk you through some common examples – from gold coins to classic cars.
How much will I have to pay for care? The new Health and Social Care Plan explainedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 13, 2021
The government’s proposed Health and Social Care Plan will change the way we fund social care. But how much will you have to pay?
National Insurance rise on the cards? How much could it cost you?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 7, 2021
Reports suggest that the government will announce a National Insurance rise this week. But how much will it be, and what will it cost you?
Capital Gains Tax 30-day rule – why you need an accountant for your house salePosted by Karen Jones on September 6, 2021
Capital Gains Tax 30-day rule now applies to house sales. Don’t let complex rules make you pay too much – talk to your accountant today!
9 of our top tax tipsPosted by Karen Jones on August 31, 2021
Top tax tips – Jon-Pryse Jones highlights 9 personal tax tips that could help save you from paying too much over to the taxman.
Do I have to pay UK tax if I live abroad?Posted by Karen Jones on August 25, 2021
If you live in another country or plan to do so, you may ask yourself: “Do I have to pay UK tax if I live abroad?” We help you find out.
SDLT investigations set to soar. What happens if the taxman comes knocking?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on August 23, 2021
SDLT investigations are set to increase now that HMRC is shifting resources back to compliance work. What happens if you are investigated?
Selling online and taxes: tech companies to report your income to HMRCPosted by Mark Ingle on August 17, 2021
The relationship between selling online and taxes is likely to become more transparent as tech giants are told to share your income data.
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,
Second home: How to avoid CGTPosted by Liz Cordell on August 11, 2021
If you have a second home, can you avoid paying CGT when you sell? The answer to this one is, no. But with expert help, you may be able to lower your final CGT bill.