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Christmas Gifts for staff (and Directors?)

21 Nov 17

The time of year is approaching when employers like to show their appreciation to staff for their work during the year.

Another tax blow for landlords

03 Nov 17

Coming on top of the restriction of loan interest tax relief for landlords to the basic rate is another change of policy from HMRC regarding loans taken out on the security of let property and used for private purposes.

Creative Industries - All you need to know: Tax Reliefs & Legal Advice

26 Sep 17

At our September workshop we decided to keep the topic on all things digital, with it being Brighton's Digital Festival month we hosted a workshop titled 'Creative Industries - All you need to know: Tax Reliefs and Legal Advice'.

Guest Blog: Changes to Buy to Let Mortgages

14 Sep 17

On 30th September there are changes happening with regard how lenders assess and sanction Buy To Let mortgages. As if the already hard hit property investor hadn’t had enough, they are about to find life getting yet more difficult.

What does success look like for your business?

05 Sep 17

As advisers we are often asked by clients to advise on how they can make their business more successful and what key financial goals and indicators they should look to monitor and manage.

Relief as Making Tax Digital is delayed

10 Aug 17

The accounting profession breathed a huge sigh of relief last month, as it was announced that the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD) is to be delayed.

How to protect your business and avoid putting it at risk

25 Jul 17

At our July workshop we were joined by speakers from Square One Financial Planning LLP and Rix & Kay Solicitors to discuss 'How to protect your business and avoid putting it at risk'.

Staff Perks - all you need to know

25 Jul 17

It is fairly well known that employees can spend up to £150 per person per year on events (typically meals out, Christmas parties, etc.) without having to worry about income tax being charged to the staff members.

Trusts - what you need to know

25 Jul 17

The use of trusts for tax planning has been continually restricted by HMRC over the last 20-30 years as they perceive that they are mainly used to avoid tax by what they consider to be unfair means.

Corporation Tax - what you need to know

25 Jul 17

There has been only one rate of corporation tax since April 2015 when the extra rate for profits over £300,000 was finally phased out.

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