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CGT - New payment dates for 2nd homes and BTL

CGT – New Payment dates for 2nd homes and BTL


Accountants & Tax Advisers Face Possibility of Tougher Penalties

Accountants and financial advisers who ‘enable’ tax avoidance could be fined up to 100 per cent of the tax avoided, under proposals announced by the UK Treasury. Read more…


Accountants & Tax Advisers Face Possibility of Tougher Penalties

Making Tax Digital - Consultation delayed

Uncertainty from the profession continues to grow towards HMRC‘s Making Tax Digital project after the government department cancelled a stakeholder event which was due to take place on 14th July.


Making Tax Digital - consultation delayed

Budget 2016 - Refocusing Capital Gains Tax

One of the themes of today‘s Budget has been to differentiate between gains realised on different categories of assets and the Chancellor continued a long standing tradition of tinkering with the taxation of Capital Gains…


Refocusing Capital Gains Tax

Capital Gains Tax Reporting - A Digital Sting

The Government has previously announced its intention to move towards digitalisation of tax administration. This is now confirmed with an investment of £1.3 billion to “transform HMRC into one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world” providing access to Digital Tax Accounts for all small businesses and individuals from 2016-17.


General Election 2015 - What to expect in the next five years

The Conservatives surprise outright majority at the General Election means changes are on the horizon for almost every aspect of our personal finances, here are some headlines…


General Election 2015 - What to expect in the next five years

General Election 2015 - Still Undecided?

With the General Election just around the corner, we thought you might be interested in the attached ‘snapshot’ of each party’s main stated tax policies


General Election - Snapshot of each party

Budget Summary 2015

The Chancellor of the Exchequer gave his Budget to Parliament on 18 March 2015, check out our useful summary of the Budget 2015.


Budget Summary 2015

Sweeter Tax Planning for 5 April 2014

We have put together some ‘sweet’ tax planning ideas that you might like to consider before the 5 April 2014. Only generic information is given in the document, where a suggestion is of interest to you, professional advice should be taken before implementing any ideas. Read more…


Year end planning 2014

Taxman Scoop £110m In CGT Underpayments

HM Revenue and Customs collected £110m from investigations into underpayments of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) in the 2012/13 tax year – 2.8% of the total CGT collected in 2012/13 being £3.9bn. Read more…


Taxman scoop £110m in CGT Underpayments


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