Funding to get young people into work

Employers can now apply for a £1000 cash boost to help them take on new trainees. The new scheme will ...
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Landlords need to embrace a digital approach

HMRC are slowly rolling out their Making Tax Digital (MTD) scheme. Eventually, selected landlords submitting their rental income and outgoings ...
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Basics of CGT Rollover Relief

Business Asset Rollover Relief is a valuable relief that allows you to defer payment of CGT on gains made when ...
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Striking companies from Companies Register

There are a limited range of circumstances when a company can request to be removed from the register (known as ...
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Simplified expenses motor vehicles

There are simplified arrangements in place for the self-employed (and some partnerships) to claim a fixed rate deduction for certain ...
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Tax returns filing deadline is fast approaching

The approaching deadline for submitting 2019-20 Self-Assessment tax returns online is 23:59 on Sunday, 31 January 2021. The filing deadline ...
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Tax when you sell shares

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is normally charged at a simple flat rate of 20% when you sell shares unless they ...
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Online tax payment plans

New figures published by HMRC have revealed that some 25,000 taxpayers have set up an online payment plan to manage ...
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Government help for people in debt

New government proposals have been published that look at further extending debt solutions to help more people suffering from problem ...
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Government tackles late payment to small firms

The Government has announced an overhaul of the Prompt Payment Code (PPC). Under the new reforms, companies that have signed ...
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Rights to regenerate

We will soon have the rights to turn derelict buildings into homes and community assets. In a recent press release ...
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Tax on an inherited private pension

Private pensions can be an efficient way to pass on wealth, but it is important to consider what, if any, ...
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IHT Main Residence Nil Rate Band

The Inheritance Tax residence nil-rate band (RNRB) is a transferable allowance for married couples and civil partners (per person) when ...
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New IPO search facility

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the official UK government body responsible for intellectual property (IP) rights including patents, designs, ...
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Tax and duties for goods sent from abroad

Following the end of the Brexit transition period new rules regarding tax and duty apply to goods sent to the ...
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Have you paid your Data Protection Fee?

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is the independent regulatory office in charge of upholding information rights in the interest of ...
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VAT Reverse charge for construction sector

A further reminder that new VAT rules for building contractors and sub-contractors will come into effect from 1 March 2021 ...
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CJRS guidance on who can be furloughed

HMRC’s guidance on which employees can be placed on furlough using the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been updated. The ...
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