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Capital gains tax reporting, even if there’s nothing to pay

A few landlords have contacted us to inquire whether they are required to use HMRCs new digital

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Will taking dividends affect my mortgage lending capability?

Company directors frequently pay themselves through a combination of wages and dividend payments

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What records should the landlord keep?

Accurate record-keeping is vital to ensure that your tax return does not cause you stress – but

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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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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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Vital Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for business owners

When running a business, you may start out using gut instinct and some quick checks to keep an

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Building a Garden Office: Tax implications for the Company and the Director/Employee

There are several tax issues directors need to consider when building or purchasing a garden

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VAT Consequences on Selling/Purchasing a Business

VAT is usually due on taxable supplies made by a VAT-registered business. VAT would also apply to

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Auditing Working From Home – Taking Approach Holistically

Due to lockdown situation, a long term model of working from home has been introduced in the last

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Change in Accounting Period

Company’s financial year normally runs for the time period of 12 months but you can change it as

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Changing Date of Birth of Director

Change in the details of the director may be a simple task in almost all the cases but may not be so

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