Subjects: Tax – updates

Tax return must be top on your Christmas list

At this time of year our focus is on buying presents, putting up decorations and preparing for a lavish Christmas dinner, but you need to remember the self-assessment tax return deadline.
The deadline
You have until midnight on 31 January 2018 to […]

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Tax update from Linda Warner, Tax Partner

Linda Warner, Tax Partner gave a tax briefing at our recent client event as well as some pre-budget predictions.
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Contact us to find out more about how we can help you with tax planning.
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Budget 2017 predictions by our Tax Partner

Less than one week to go until Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivers his Autumn Budget on 22 November 2017. Chris Boulet gives his Budget predictions.
Budget 2017 predictions
There is always much speculation around what The Chancellor will introduce, relax […]

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Tax advantages for the staff Christmas party

Staff Christmas parties are a way to celebrate the festive season with colleagues and let your hair down after a long year of hard work. So how does our tax system join in with the festive spirit at Christmas?
The cost […]

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How Trusts can be used for tax planning

Trusts are a useful means of preserving wealth. They allow assets to be passed down through the generations in a secure and tax efficient manner.
Trusts are flexible as they can include a range of assets, including both existing family owned […]

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Three things which you might not know about Enquiry Closure notices

Most practitioners are probably familiar with the basics of enquiry work. However, I thought that I’d highlight three lesser known points about closure notices.
Can a closure notice be rescinded?
If HMRC unintentionally issue a closure notice in the wrong figures can […]

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New register of overseas company owning UK property

If you are an overseas company owning UK property, you need to be aware of a new public register.
The Government is proposing to establish a public register which records information about the beneficial ownership of overseas entities that own UK […]

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Making tax digital preparation tips

The way HMRC collects and assesses data for tax liability is changing with the implementation of Making Tax Digital.
Here are our top five tips for Making Tax Digital preparation, as companies will be required to […]

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Surrey accountancy firm hires Tax Investigations expert

Roffe Swayne have recently welcomed Jane Alsop to lead their tax investigation service as part of their growing tax team.
Jane joins as Tax Investigations Adviser after working for HMRC for 30 years. Whilst with HMRC Jane specialised in enquiry work […]

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So what does the Election result mean for Taxation?

If someone had asked me before the vote the likely outcome for the General Election, I can safely say I would not have guessed at a Conservative government supported by the DUP! I am, however, comforted that I would be […]

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