Cash basis for landlords

Cash basis for landlords

The default basis for landlords’ accounts. Traders have been able to prepare their accounts using the cash basis since April 2013, as long as they meet certain eligibility conditions. This option was extended to landlords running unincorporated property businesses...
Devolution of tax powers within the UK

Devolution of tax powers within the UK

What tax powers are moving away from Westminster? It may feel like we’re living in increasingly uncertain times ever since the UK voted to leave the EU. That centred on most of the electorate’s desire to obtain more devolved powers from Brussels, but in reality,...
HMRC Investigations – What to Expect

HMRC Investigations – What to Expect

What to expect when HMRC comes knocking. Anyone whose business comes under the microscope of HMRC is usually in for a roller-coaster ride. HMRC has upped its game in recent years when it comes to probing businesses or sole traders who may be suspected of falsely...
Giving to charity in life & death

Giving to charity in life & death

How to include charitable donations in your tax planning strategy. Incorporating charitable giving into your tax planning strategy can be a useful way to reduce both your income tax and the inheritance tax (IHT) that will eventually become payable on your estate. As...
Online Self-assessment

Online Self-assessment

How to complete your self-assessment tax return online. For self-employed people, company directors and those receiving other sources of income, it’s the time of the year to send your self-assessment tax return. Self-assessment is the process used by HMRC to collect...

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