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Getting it done

“Getting it done” is the soundbite Chancellor Rishi Sunak clearly wanted us to take away from his debut Budget speech, but “giving it away” might be more accurate.

MTD delayed by HMRC

HMRC has confirmed the requirements for digital quarterly reporting are being stripped back to cover only VAT in a revised road map for Making Tax Digital (MTD).

Making Tax Digital - Be ready...

Did you know that just as businesses are getting over the huge cost and upheaval from the Automatic Enrolment regime HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are introducing ‘Making Tax Digital’(MTD)?


A number of changes are set to take place in 2017, including changes to the VAT flat rate scheme which could significanly affect the tax liability of many small businesses. Therefore, it is important to...

Year-End Tax Guide 2016

April is fast approaching and with it come changes to many rules, rates and allowances that will affect both business and personal finances. Our Year End Tax Guide has information and advice on: Dividend taxation, personal savings allowance, property tax, pensions, inheritance tax and...

The 'New' Marriage Allowance

From 6 April 2015 married couples and civil partners may be eligible for a new tax break.
The new transferable tax allowance means spouses and civil partners can transfer up to 10% of their personal tax-free allowance to the other partner, which means £1,060 for the 2015/16 tax year.

Tax Avoidance schemes are 'In the Spotlight'

HMRC turns its spotlight onto certain tax avoidance schemes. Robyn director at HSJ Accountants discuss.

Are you looking for tax free income?

Take up the opportunities for tax free income before 5 April 2011

Year end tax planning tips - Act Now!

Here are our top tax planning tips to make the most of your money before 6 April