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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

  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.

October 9, 2023 0 Comments

  Common questions we receive are often about Investment Bonds and Tax.  Are Investment Bonds taxed under Capital Gains Tax?  What is a chargeable event gain and how is it calculated? How do

July 11, 2023 0 Comments

  Starting in business or running one?  Is your new or existing business a trade, a business or an investment activity?  The differences between a trade, business and investment is very important for

May 9, 2023 0 Comments

  Expenses and Tax According to Trade Part 1 Very common questions we receive – what can I claim on expenses? What tax reliefs are there according to my trade? The fact is,

December 23, 2022 0 Comments

Tax-Deductible Christmas Gifts & Expenses Accounting for Christmas Cards Cards are a festive tradition, although lots of organisations may choose to send digital greetings to minimise paper wastage - it is worth noting

June 28, 2022 0 Comments

  Another common question from our clients - are cryptocurrency or crypto asset gains or profits, taxable under Capital Gains Tax? Can you obtain tax relief if you make losses on Bitcoin? In

June 27, 2022 0 Comments

  Following several questions from our subscribers and clients regarding Capital Gains Tax, below is an 'At a glance' guide to Capital Gains Tax reliefs. What are the key Capital Gains Tax reliefs?

June 6, 2022 0 Comments

  A survey on Capital Gains Tax vs. Stamp Duty was recently completed where four in ten people say that stamp duty should be scrapped completely and replaced with a capital gains tax

May 4, 2022 0 Comments

  As discussed when we reported on the Autumn budget announcement, anyone selling a property is affected by changes to the Capital Gains Tax. Previously there was a window of 30 days for