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  • Spring Statement 2019

    Chancellor Philip Hammond demonstated his commitment to the principle of the Spring Statement as a low-key event, at least in terms of tax and public spending announcements...
  • Tax Rates 2018- 2019

    Download our 2018/2019 tax card for the latest tax rates and allowances...
  • Year end tax guide 2018/19

    Our year-end tax guide looks at the opportunities worth considering before the end of the tax year and provides general information on rates, relief's and allowances...
  • Spring Statement 2018

    Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his Spring Statement 2018, there was no red briefcase, no red book, and no tax changes as the chancellor announced updated economic forecasts in a speech lasting less than half the length of any of his previous statements...
  • Budget Report 2018

    Going into Budget 2018, between leaks and political instability, few expected Chancellor Philip Hammond would have surprises left to spring. How wrong we were...
  • Tax Rates 2017- 2018

    Download our 2017/2018 tax card for the latest tax rates and allowances...
  • Your Self-Assessment Tax Return

    Information required to complete your self-assessment tax return...
  • Being Self-Employed...

    To get your tax bill right, you need to know your profit. Your profit is the difference between your business income and your business expenses.
  • Dividend Payments

    In many small companies, the owners are also the directors, and this gives considerable scope for deciding how profits should be taken out of the company. The declaration of a dividend has for many years been a strategy adopted by many small businesses.