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Tax on residential property

20 September 2018

Our second active practice update for September looks at how devolution has affected what tax you pay.  We look at what rate of stamp duty you will pay on a property depending on where you reside in the country, how much capital gains tax will arise if you own more than one property and also making […]

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Capital allowances for plant and machinery

14 September 2018

Our first active practice update for September looks at how to minimise business tax in 2018/19.  We look at the three different types of allowances which can be applied to plant and machinery including annual investment allowance, first year allowances and writing-down allowances. To view the article in full please click here.

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September Insider newsletter

10 September 2018

In this month’s Insider newsletter we look at how HMRC are relaxing the reporting requirements for the first year of Making Tax Digital for VAT registered businesses; how stamp duty tax breaks have saved first time buyers £284m; we also look at the HMRC statistics showing The Treasury received £5.2bn in inheritance tax receipts last […]

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Capital gains tax planning

23 August 2018

Our second active practice update for August looks at how to reduce your capital gains tax bill in 2018/19.  The article looks at the rates applicable dependent upon a person’s income tax band, personal allowances (including tax free amounts and tax free assets) and for businesses it looks at entrepreneurs’ relief, holdover relief, incorporation relief, […]

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The marriage allowance explained

15 August 2018

Our first active practice update for August looks at how to make this tax break work for you.  The article explains how the entitlement is calculated and who can benefit.  It provides examples of calculations and details what will happen on separation, divorce or death of a partner and complications that could arise. To view […]

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August Insider Newsletter

9 August 2018

In this month’s Insider newsletter we look at why a contractor group has criticised the HMRC saying its online tool for assessing an individual’s employment status is flawed; the government’s consideration of introducing tax incentives to landlords offering longer tenancies; MPs say a new tax for the over 40s should be introduced to help with […]

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Furnished holiday lettings

31 July 2018

Our active practice update looks at the pros and cons of letting furnished holiday accommodation.  It provides a clear definition of holiday lettings, looks at the tax relief advantages, the conditions that must be in place for the advantages to apply, capital gains tax relief and also the disadvantages involved. To view the article in […]

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