In the 2015 budget the government set out its grand vision – the abolition of tax returns! Yes, that’s right – if you are presently self-employed, in a partnership, run a limited company or are a landlord then you’ll presently be submitting a self-assessment tax return. But in stages fromRead More
The forthcoming budget is widely touted as being likely to increase the UK tax take, in the face of worsening pressures on government debt and difficulties in increasing cuts in public spending. Could you pay less tax?
It has been said about inheritance tax (IHT) that it is a voluntary tax;Read More
If your business is VAT registered, then you will no doubt have had to wrestle with how to treat overhead expenses that you are recharging to your customers, and may be struggling with your VAT calculations. This is particularly so with contractors, who commonly have arrangements with customers along
In our latest Guest Blog, Andy Kemp – Director of Tax and Business Planning at Astar – offers his invaluable insight into the implications of the Chancellor’s proposed changes to the tax charge on dividends.
For many years it has been the basic strategy of many contractors operating via their ownRead More