21/01/2020, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Lee Sharpe considers the latest update on the Loan Charge, announced 20 January 2020.
HMRC has updated its guidance on the Loan Charge.
The updated guidance may ... Continue Reading
06/01/2020, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Lee Sharpe looks at the findings and recommendations of the recently published Independent Loan Charge Review, together with the government response.
Introduction ... Continue Reading
17/12/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Business Tax
It is often more tax-efficient for private, family companies to pay dividends to shareholders rather than a salary or bonus especially if the shareholder is a basic ... Continue Reading
07/10/2019, by Peter Vaines, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Peter Vaines comments on the notorious Employee Benefit Trust "Loan Charge", and two important cases for Entrepreneurs' Relief and Personal Service Companies, aka ... Continue Reading
19/09/2019, by RSM UK, Tax Articles - Business Tax
RSM UK's George Bull explains why a recent IFS report is wrong to suggest that partnerships should pay more National Insurance Contributions
The title of ... Continue Reading
20/08/2019, by BKL, Tax Articles - Business Tax
BKL looks at the recent Dundas case on Capital Allowances that were claimed out of time - until HMRC opened tax enquiries.
When is a time limit not a time limit? ... Continue Reading
09/08/2019, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Lee Sharpe looks at the new VAT Reverse Charge in Construction regime, coming to a building site near you from 1 October 2019…
Please note important update ... Continue Reading
17/06/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Business Tax
The way you run your business will affect the amount and type of tax and National Insurance that you pay. When deciding on an appropriate structure for a business, ... Continue Reading
12/03/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Business Tax
When working out the profits or losses of your business, you can deduct any allowable expenses that you incur in running your business to arrive at the profit (or ... Continue Reading
18/02/2019, by RSM UK, Tax Articles - Business Tax
RSM UK's Ross Stupart looks at the increasing tax compliance and reporting burden on construction businesses
Construction companies already do their fair share ... Continue Reading