Spring Budget 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first and last Spring Budget (he decided last year to move them to the Autumn from now on) was predicted to be boring – but judging by the amount of press comment it has attracted it appears […]

Making Tax Digital, not easier

The Treasury Select Committee (“TSC”) published their report in January 2017 on the Making Tax Digital (“MTD”) proposals put forward by the government.  This was done before the government itself had responded to the consultation feedback it had received.  Perhaps one […]

Changes to dividend taxation

The 2016/17 tax year saw a significant change to the way dividends are taxed when received by individuals, and if you are a small business owner this could have a major impact on your tax bill. What has changed? As part […]

P11d deadline is almost here

If you employ people and provide them with benefits in non cash form, like private medical insurance or company cars then you only have a matter of weeks before you have to submit your annual P11d returns. This requirement might […]

Self assessment deadline is looming!

For individuals who are required to file a tax return under self assessment, the deadline is fasting approach – just over 3 weeks to go! To avoid the risk of fines, or simply to take away the pressure of having […]