What’s your ideal salary? Could you now be non-resident for Stamp Duty? Has your Government Gateway ID been scammed? What are the recent tax changes and how do they affect me? These and other questions addressed in our March 2021 Fuller Spurling Tax Briefing. Click a heading below to jump straight to that topic, or […]
How does the March 2021 budget affect you or your company? Fuller Spurling’s tax briefing covering the March 2021 budget – with guidance and information covering all the below areas, explains all. Corporation tax complexity Super deduction for capital expenditure Points mean penalties Relief for business losses Frozen bands and allowances Two new SEISS grants […]
Budget Day, Wednesday 3 March, 2021 Fuller Spurling’s own tax specialists, Amy and Philip, covered live the announcements of one of the most anticipated budgets for years. Their coverage as the day unfolded is covered below here. Plus, you can now watch Philip & Amy’s video review of the Budget’s key takeaways, particularly as they […]
Fuller Spurling’s tax briefing on the 2020 Budget Surcharge on home purchases Help with Statutory Sick Pay during COVID-19 (Coronavirus) NIC allowance & holiday, changes from 6 April 2020 Easing the pension charges – thresholds increase Car & van benefits – changes to electric car savings Entrepreneurs’ relief capped Relief from business rates for […]
Fuller Spurling’s December 2019 tax briefing is now available, with updates and information to keep you up to date with the current tax situation regarding… Capital Gains from off-plan homes following a recent Court of Appeal’s decision Changes to company-car taxable benefits Reporting of Offshore Investments Funds on your Tax Return Making tax digital (MTD) […]
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) have published a report containing proposed changes relating to Inheritance Tax (IHT). The Government will decide which of these rules will become law.
Can the builders’ merchant zero-rate the supply of the steel for the construction of this ‘new build’?
Many landlords are deciding to sell their residential properties. What are their options for taxes and reliefs?
Important changes will come into force in April 2020 which relate to tax relief that is due on the sale of property which was previously a taxpayer’s Principle Private Residence “PPR” during any point in the period of its ownership.
The government has shortened the period for paying SDLT from 30 days to 14 days
The cost of acquiring your business premises may be written off in your accounts, but for many years those costs have been disallowed for tax purposes so there is no tax relief until you sell the building.
Most people understand that when you sell your main home the profit you make on the sale is exempt from tax