Income Tax

Limited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

A director can decide how much and by what means they extract the profit from their business by balancing salary and dividends.

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Limited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

Conducting year-end work can be difficult to prioritise. Read through our ten strategies that can make your year-end process a more seamless.

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IndividualsSole Traders & Partnerships

These are relevant dates and potential penalties for self-assessment returns, alongside possible options if you can’t meet the deadlines.

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Sole Traders & Partnerships

Sole traders & partnerships: If your year-end is not 31 March or 5 April, HMRC is changing how it will assess your profits.

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IndividualsSole Traders & Partnerships

The new tax year has begun; this means we can now submit your tax return for the year ending 5 April 2023. The final deadline may seem a way off, but submitting as early as possible is always preferable, so you are aware of any tax liabilities in good time. Here’s a checklist of things you may wish to consider.

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Limited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

There are always competing factors to consider when thinking about your March year-end as a company. How prepared do you feel?

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IndividualsLimited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

For a round-up of what the Spring Budget contained and how this might affect you, please read our summary of some of the major changes.

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Sole Traders & Partnerships

The government announced back in September that the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Income Tax Self-Assessment (ITSA) is being delayed by one

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Limited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

The rules for deciding whether a gift given in the course of business is deductible are complex. The rules for business gifts generally follow

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Limited CompaniesSole Traders & Partnerships

The Government giveth, and the Government taketh away – or so it seems. Most COVID support grants paid out by central govenment or though

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Individuals

Your tax code is used by your employer or pension provider to work out how much Income Tax to take from your pay or pension.

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Sole Traders & Partnerships

Having listened to stakeholder feedback from businesses and the accounting profession, the government have announced that they will introduce Making Tax Digital (MTD) for

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