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Self-assessment taxpayers have more time to file their 2020/21 tax returns and we are in a position to advise those who have left it late.
The time limit to report and pay capital gains tax on the disposal of UK residential property doubled from 30 to 60 days with immediate effect.
Making Tax Digital for income tax self-assessment (MTD ITSA) will come in from 6 April 2024 – one year later than planned.
What do we know about tax changes for 2022/23 before this month’s Autumn Budget? And what could the Chancellor announce?
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 and the SEISS.
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corporation tax will kick in from 1 April 2023, even if they are eerily similar to an old corporation tax regime that was revoked in 2015.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.
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