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) […]
We have provided a fully maintained Budget Pack as an option in our smartphone App
This is a reminder that the tax return deadline is October 31st for filing by paper.
This is our Autumn 2019 Tax Briefing
HMRC are increasing the number of letters issued to taxpayers from its Risk and Intelligence Service, Offshore department.
There are important changes to the conditions that apply in order for a taxpayer to claim Entrepreneur’s Relief (ER) on disposal of their shares in their personal company.
It pays to look after your staff, including ensuring they get necessary treatment for injuries incurred whilst working – these are the tax rules that impact this help
Do you use the HMRC approved starter checklist when taking on new employees? This form is not optional; all new employees should complete it even if they present a completed form P45.
As the VAT registration threshold is to be frozen at £85,000 until at least April 2022, more businesses will be drawn into the VAT net simply by increasing their prices by inflation every year.
The UK tax system is based on the independent taxation of each individual so it is difficult to reward couples for being married, but the marriage allowance attempts to do that.
The IR35 rules are designed to discourage avoidance of payroll taxes by organisations who engage workers through personal service companies (PSC)s or other intermediaries rather than taking them on to the payroll.
Employees travelling on business need to eat. Keeping track of expense claims for meals taken whilst working away from the office can involve a lot extra effort.