Autumn Budget 2021 report

Autumn Budget 2021 report

“Today’s Budget does not draw a line under COVID-19; we have challenging months ahead”, said Chancellor Rishi Sunak. Chancellor Rishi Sunak resisted temptation to raise taxes to start paying for the emergency support schemes that kept so many businesses afloat during...
Residence & domicile after Brexit

Residence & domicile after Brexit

How your status affects the amount of tax you pay. For most UK citizens, the question of what income and gains should be included on their tax return is easily answered because they are both UK domiciled and UK tax resident. Anyone domiciled and resident in the UK...
2020/21 income tax returns & the SEISS

2020/21 income tax returns & the SEISS

Three grants worth up to £21,570 are taxable.  A chunk of time has passed since the self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) was launched in May 2020, following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first taxable grant, worth up to £7,500 in total, was paid out...
Caseron Insider – October 2021

Caseron Insider – October 2021

Each month we bring you the latest tax and business updates with our Insider Newsletter. Take a look at this month’s insights below, or download our Newsletter and read it at your leisure. Highlights Curtain comes down on stamp duty land tax holiday Government...
Accounting for charities & non-profits

Accounting for charities & non-profits

How the third sector is assessed for tax. Anyone who’s involved in operating a charity knows how it differs from running a business, both in terms of motives and objectives. HMRC treats non-profit organisations and charities very differently to businesses, offering...

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