Much is changing in the world of taxation in the next few years, from the freezing of personal tax allowances to changes to how VAT is recorded and reported. To keep you up to date on these changes and help you reduce your tax bill with careful year-end planning, our Associate Director, Liza Rowles, will […]
Although these new rules have been in for nearly 2 years they are often overlooked. From the 6 April 2020 the deadlines for paying Capital Gains Tax after selling a residential property in the UK changed. If you’re a UK resident and sell a residential property in the UK initially you had 30 days to […]
We are excited to announce that Xerocon London is back, taking place from 20 – 21 July 2022 at a new venue – Tobacco Dock in London, famous for its curved brick vaults and listed timbers. We hope you can join us.
The Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) measurement of business confidence has slipped by 2.2 points between Q2 and Q3 2021, falling to 16.4, the second consecutive quarterly fall of the small business index (SBI).
Jim Rogers, practice leader for Grant Thornton UK LLP in the Thames Valley area, said: “Businesses will be breathing a sigh of relief. The emphasis was on creating a new post-Covid economy and with two significant tax hikes already imposed this year, there was at least no more bad news.
With the Speaker of the House of Commons by tradition not presiding over the Budget, the Chancellor might have hoped he would escape a rebuke over the number of important announcements disclosed to the media in advance.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented the 2021 Autumn Budget on 27th October 2021, though the number of policies announced in advance made many commentators wonder if anything new would be mentioned in the actual budget speech!
On Wednesday, the 27th of October, 2021, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a raft of tax changes that are sure to affect us all. The budget speaks largely to spending on public services. It covers healthcare, police budgets, housing, rail and transport, child services, education, business support, COVID support, taxes, benefits, and more.