If you are selling a property that is not your main home, you will likely have to pay capital gains tax on any profit. Here is what you need to know.
Small businesses are often run as sole traders — that means that, to the world, you are the business. For freelancers, this is very common.
In this blog, we’ll guide you on what stamp duty means in 2023 and help you understand how it works.
With the new tax year approaching, it’s best to get ahead and prepare for your tax returns. Here are some helpful tips.
The self-assessment deadline of the 31st of January is a vital milestone in your calendar for next year and will be here before you know it.
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, made a statement on Monday, 17 October revealing measures ahead of the Government’s medium-term fiscal plan.
We know IR35 has been through a period of change and is likely to go through more.
Change is coming to the R&D relief system, as announced by the Chancellor in his Spring Statement.
We’ll explore what kinds of benefits you can offer, and how these can benefit you and your employees, as well as keep you tax efficient.
From capital allowances to the National Insurance contributions (NICs) threshold, there was a lot of information to digest.
When entering into the world of business, it can be hard to work out how you want to structure your company.
Whether you’re able to have a full-blown Christmas party, or you’ve scaled it back to a virtual event, what can and can’t you claim as a business expense before calculating corporation tax?
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