Chapman Robinson & Moore April Update

Welcome to our April instalment, the year is simply flying by, isn’t it? In this month’s newsletter, we’re going to be looking at how to make a success of hospitality reopening, adjusting to the new normal, IR35 changes and more.

VAT reverse charge for construction is imminent

The VAT reverse charge in the construction sector will now come into force in March 2021

As we reported back in July 2020, plans for the VAT reverse charge in the construction sector were postponed for the second time and will now come into force in March 2021. Despite having fair warning of the changes, there will still be many companies in the sector that are unprepared for this significant alteration.

Owen Kyffin, director of accountancy firm Whitley Stimpson

Clearing up confusion over Capital Gains Tax

A tax expert has stepped in to clear up confusion over Capital Gains Tax (CGT).

A Call For Digital Transformation

A Call For Digital Transformation

Now more than ever we should be thinking carefully about how our records, media and analogue materials should be accessed in times of restricted access. With media on-line this allows archives to be stored safely and their digital counterpart used for accessing.

Val Buzzard - Whitley Stimpson

Whitley Stimpson advises non-resident corporate landlords to be ready for upcoming changes in taxation from 6 April 2020

Recent changes to the taxation of UK property held by non-UK residents have meant a fundamental reshuffle of tax planning in the lettings market. The changes include the taxation of rental income received by non-resident corporate landlords under corporation tax instead of income tax, with effect from 6 April 2020.

Tony Hobbs, Chapman Robinson & Moore

Government Support

The rapid disruption caused by the various social distancing measures has resulted in a liquidity shock to many businesses. Therefore, we would like to circulate what we have learned about the various financing and government support options expected to be available to date.

Ian Parker

Advice on selling farm dwellings before capital gains tax rule change

Capital gains tax (CGT) rules on residential property are being tightened from April 2020, so farmers and landowners should consider completing any planned sales before this deadline, advises experts at Whitley Stimpson.

Recognition counts at every level for Whitley Stimpson

Recognition counts at every level for Whitley Stimpson

Winning awards can often mean just another trophy in the cabinet to say that you have worked hard and have efficient staff doing a good job. In the world of accountancy though, award schemes are far more complicated and essential for gauging performance on so many different levels.

Tracy Gill

Whitley Stimpson’s Payroll Manager earns place on Prestigious Reward 300 index

Whitley Stimpson, one of the largest independent accountancy practices and business advisers in the area, are delighted that their Payroll Manager, Tracy Gill, has been included in the category of ‘50 Leaders within the Knowledge and Professional Services’ on the prestigious Reward 300 2019 Index.

from left to right: Back row – Andrew Jeffrey, Nigel Benton, Max Green, John Gardner. Middle row - Anna Stephenson, Janette Curry, Marie Morgan, Maria Cunningham, Katya Gorkina, Jennifer Ricketts-Gregory. Front row – Ian Parker

Whitley Stimpson Appoints Director

Ian Parker has been made director at chartered accountants and business advisers Whitley Stimpson.

Laura Herbert

Whitley Stimpson appoints new head of its Bicester office

Laura Herbert has been appointed as the new director of accountancy firm Whitley Stimpson’s Bicester office.

Celebrating 35 years of making the numbers work

Celebrating 35 years of making the numbers work

Marking the anniversary of Chapman Robinson & Moore accountants and business advisers