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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corporation tax will kick in from 1 April 2023, even if they are eerily similar to an old corporation tax regime that was revoked in 2015.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.
The Chancellor needs to strike a balance between outlining the road to recovery and fixing public finances in Spring Budget 2021, but how might Rishi Sunak 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.
Positive changes have been made to the SEISS and the furlough scheme has been extended. Read about the good news for employers and the self-employed.
The winter economic plan contained new measures to help support business and the self-employed through a winter which is threatened by COVID-19.
Grants claimed through the self-employed income support scheme do not need to be repaid, but they are taxable and your reporting obligations start from 31 January 2021.
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