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Landlords Beware: fraudulent tenancy applications soar

There is little doubt that the pandemic and its consequences have fuelled a huge rise in fraudulent

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Property development: Converting houses into HMO’s

The process of converting your dwelling house to an HMO varies according to the council in which

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Non-residents using an offshore company to own UK properties

UK real estate has long been an attraction for foreign investors, particularly the affluent

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Popular tax breaks start-ups should be aware of

Nobody wants to pay more than required in taxes. And, while the tax system contains numerous

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CT61: Paying interest to individual lenders or directors

Many businesses will require investment from their directors at some point, whether for start-up

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Inside IR35: Claiming expenses from the Company

It’s understandable that many contractors continue to be concerned about the impact of being

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Landlords’ eviction ban phased out – New notice periods from June 2021

The ban on bailiff-enforced evictions, introduced as an emergency measure during the lockdown,

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Penalties for not telling HMRC about SEISS grant over payments

In March 2020, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a support package for those people that are

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What financial information do I need in my Business plan?

While not all new businesses begin by writing a business plan, it is still considered vital to

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Pension credit

If you live in England, Scotland or Wales and reached the State Pension age, you could be eligible

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Super deduction and first-year capital allowances

The Spring 2021 budget introduced a new relief under the capital allowances regime called the

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Tax tips for Individuals and Company Directors

Individuals and Directors are looking for ways to reduce their tax liabilities now more than

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