29/03/2019, by BKL, Tax News - Business Tax
What’s the difference between Christa Ackroyd and Lorraine Kelly, asks BKL's David Whiscombe.
No: it’s not the start of a joke: it’s a ... Continue Reading
01/03/2019, by RSM UK, Tax News - Business Tax
RSM UK's George Bull looks at how quickly (or not) UK businesses are signing up to Making Tax Digital.
Latest government figures show that 1.2 million businesses ... Continue Reading
09/01/2019, by BKL, Tax News - Business Tax
BKL's David Whiscombe gives some timely reminders on corporate partnerships.
For those who are dealing with tax returns of corporate partnerships, here ... Continue Reading
11/12/2018, by BKL, Tax News - Business Tax
David Whiscombe of BKL warns that the Budget 2018 Entrepreneurs' Relief changes could have implications for so-called alphabet shares that many OMB or family company ... Continue Reading
11/12/2018, by RSM UK, Tax News - Business Tax
RSM UK's Andrew Hubbard and Brad Ashton warn that some businesses will have to register NOW if they want to trade in the EU after Brexit.
Trading With the ... Continue Reading
30/11/2015, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - Business Tax
TW Ed is reassured that the new anti-avoidance provisions will not prevent conventional agreements between vendor and purchaser to fix a price.
When the new anti-avoidance ... Continue Reading
01/06/2015, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - Business Tax
There are several articles in the press relating that the online retailer has announced that it has started to account for sales through the UK rather than its European ... Continue Reading
17/03/2015, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - Business Tax
The Telegraph and other news sources are running a news story that the Chancellor will announce a major review of Business Rates in this week’s Budget. This ... Continue Reading
29/08/2014, by Lee Sharpe, Tax News - Business Tax
HM Revenue & Customs has issued updated guidance for those intending to seek Advance Clearance for a Company Purchase of Own Shares in an unquoted trading ... Continue Reading
18/06/2014, by HM Revenue & Customs, Tax News - Business Tax
Formula 1 racing giant McLaren has lost its claim that a £32 million fine imposed against it by the sport’s governing body should be tax deductible.
McLaren ... Continue Reading