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Lockdown restrictions are easing after the coronavirus pandemic, but businesses continue to apply for government support loans in their droves.
A small amount of tax changes took effect on 6 April 2020, each of which might have the potential to catch you out in 2020/21. How will they affect you or your business?
Each day more enquiries come in from clients who are concerned about the implications of COVID-19 for their businesses. Here’s what we know and how we can help.
The off-payroll working rules have been mired in controversy, and they will extend to the private sector next month, subject to any further delay announced by the Government.
Capital gains tax kicks in when you profit from the sale of something you own, usually property, shares or possessions, and big changes are in place for 2020/21.
Completing your 2018/19 online tax return through self-assessment may not have been your top priority over Christmas, but time is running out.
Most of us wish Brexit and the political football being played over what was a non-legally binding decision to leave would end. Many businesses breathed a sigh of relief when the date to leave the EU in October was put off for the second time in six months, even as...
Anyone who is involved with running a limited company will know corporation tax as a levy on company profits made in a tax year. Corporation tax is deducted at a flat rate of 19% in 2019/20 and last year it netted the Treasury £55.1 billion - up 2% on the previous...
Self-assessment season always kicks off at Stapletons as soon as the new tax year gets under way on 6 April. While it’s our preference to sort tax returns for our clients as early as possible, a raft of relevant self-assessment deadlines are almost upon us. This...
Reverse charge VAT delayed Reverse charge VAT for construction services is scheduled to come in from 1 October 2020. This was originally planned to come in 12 months' earlier, and just six months after MTD for VAT. The new measure will apply to any work that falls...
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