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It’s more important than ever before to get on top of your tax returns early as 2020/21 was the tax year of the pandemic.
Rising house prices and a buoyant stock market seem likely to drag more estates into inheritance tax’s net in the near future.
A report has reopened the debate on revamping CGT, but where do we stand in 2021/22 and what changes could be around the corner?
Big changes to corporation tax will kick in from 1 April 2023, even if they are eerily similar to an old corporation tax regime that was revoked in 2015.
Dangling the carrot of benefits-in-kind (BIK) can help your business attract and retain the best employees, but are times changing due to COVID-19?
Aside from a 0.5% increase to the personal allowance, it’s pretty much as you were for 2021/22. However, there are tax changes to be aware of.
A balance needs to be struck between outlining the road to recovery and fixing public finances in Spring Budget 2021, but how might the Chancellor do it?
If your VAT-registered businesses supplies qualifying construction services, are you ready for the reverse charge which is coming in from 1 March 2021?
Customs declarations, safety checks and those at the border threaten to significantly raise costs for businesses and cause severe disruption in supply chains.
Existing homeowners, buy-to-let landlords and first-time buyers are rushing to move house before 31 March 2021 to save up to £15,000 in stamp duty land tax.
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