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June 12, 2024 Comments Off

  Companies House 134% fee increase   Companies House has given notices of a rise in its fees and the costs of Registration of an Overseas Entity have increased by 134%. Who realised

June 10, 2024 Comments Off

  A new law for Cat owners to microchip their pets has come into effect as of the 10th June making it compulsory, or face a £500 fine. Here is what you need

June 10, 2024 Comments Off

With the next general election looming ever faster on the 4th July, the topic of pensions has been of high concern and discussion. State and private pensions make up the vast majority of

May 8, 2024 Comments Off

From 3 March 2024, Companies House expects to enact its new powers under the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act to query information provided to its Register. You can expect: Stronger checks on

May 8, 2024 Comments Off

How Inheritance Tax works   Inheritance Tax is one of the most hated taxes in the UK. We explain how it works, whats applicable and how to avoid or reduce paying it. It

April 10, 2024 Comments Off

Car Tax - another unexpected rise that’s gone under the radar, increased on 1st April 2024. The Spring Budget statement last month that fuel duty would remain frozen for a fourteenth consecutive year - and

April 10, 2024 Comments Off

As of 8th April, there has been an 8.5 per cent increase to state pensions, making the new headline rate £221.20 a week - up £902 a year to around £11,500. Chancellor Jeremy

March 6, 2024 Comments Off

Spring Budget 2024   On Wednesday 6 March, chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Spring Budget 2024, only three and a half months after his Autumn Budget 2023. He presented updated forecasts from the

February 6, 2024 Comments Off

How to register for payrolling benefits and expenses If you’re intending to payroll benefits and expenses, you must register them with HMRC using the payrolling employees taxable benefits and expenses online service. You must do this

February 6, 2024 Comments Off

  Policy objective The main objective of the diverted profits tax is to counteract contrived arrangements used by large groups (typically multinational enterprises) that result in the erosion of the UK tax base.