Registering for Making Tax Digital for VAT

Registering for Making Tax Digital for VAT

Making Tax Digital zero-hour is here. The moment has come: if your business has a taxable turnover above the VAT-registration threshold, which is currently £85,000, you’re now obliged to keep records in digital form and to file your VAT returns using HMRC-approved...
The politics of tax breaks

The politics of tax breaks

How did we end up with such a complex system of tax reliefs? If there’s one thing accountants love, it’s identifying obscure tax reliefs to which you may be entitled and using them to reduce your tax bills. Tax reliefs, or tax breaks as they are sometimes called,...
Brexit: Preparing businesses for leaving the EU

Brexit: Preparing businesses for leaving the EU

What can your firm do before 29 March 2019? As the clock continues to tick down to the 29 March 2019, when the UK is scheduled to officially leave the EU at 11pm, there is still much uncertainty around what Brexit will mean for UK business. What is certain is that it...
Caseron Insider – March 2019

Caseron Insider – March 2019

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 HMRC error hits early-paying self-assessment taxpayers Minimum...
Changes to probate in 2019

Changes to probate in 2019

Controversial fee increase set to take place from April. From April 2019, some estates in England and Wales could be required to pay almost £6,000 for a service that currently costs less than 4% of that amount. This is because of a proposed change to the fees families...

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