11 November 2021

HMRC Issue Nudge Letters to Cryptocurrency Investors

27 July 2021

Payment on Account – What is it and how does it work?

If you’re new to the world of self-employment, knowing when to pay HMRC as well as how much you need to pay can sometimes be difficult. So, we’ve put together a quick guide to help you keep on top of this and maybe even help you save some money next time you pay in.
13 July 2021

Tax Planning for Higher Rate Taxpayers earning over £100,000

Tax planning for high earners and those earning over £100,000. From contributing to pensions to investing in startups, here are some top tax tips to follow.
17 June 2021

VAT Deferment – Action by 21 June

For those who took advantage of the HMRC VAT deferment scheme last year, the potential to delay repayment until 2022 runs out on 21 June.
3 June 2021

Tax Benefits of Electric Company Cars

The latest tax rules introduced by the government mean that switching to an electric company car is no longer just about reducing the climate impact, but provides a significant tax benefits for both employer and employee. From April 2021, fully electric company cars attract a Benefit in Kind rate of just 1%, rising to 2% from April 2022. This means, a Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with a purchase price of £80,000 would have a benefit rate of just 1% in 2021-22, equating to an annual taxable benefit of just £800.
20 May 2021

What would you do with an extra £102,000?

£102,000 – that’s the average amount we’ve secured in R&D tax relief for our clients. R&D tax relief is one of the best tax reliefs available to both loss-making and profit-making companies.
9 March 2021

SME R&D Tax Credit & the new PAYE Cap

HMRC have introduced a restriction for the amount of R&D tax credit received by SMEs in a year. Effective from 1 April 2021, the cap is set at £20,000 plus three times the company’s total PAYE and NIC liability for SMEs claiming R&D tax credits.
4 March 2021

Budget 2021 – Detailed Report

The Chancellor has attempted to strike a balance between continuing to prop up the businesses worst affected by COVID-19, while setting out a roadmap to wean the UK economy off this emergency support.
3 March 2021

Budget 2021 – Read the Key Points and Announcements

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, delivered the 2021 Budget on 3 March 2021. Our specialist Personal and Corporate Tax Teams have summarised the key announcements below, with a full report to be published on Thursday 4th March 2021.