Errors in HMRC’s Self Assessment web forms, used by more than 85% of Self Assessment taxpayers – over ten million people last year – mean that online returns will be rejected, and affected taxpayers will have to file again on paper.
Dreams Come True is a national UK charity that works hard to make dreams come true for children and young people, aged between two and 21 years old, with serious and life-limiting conditions.
The figure is a significant increase on the 37 wine producers and vineyards opening in 2016, and marks some 204 producers and vineyards having opened…
Andrew Snowdon has joined us as a partner and Head of Corporate Tax in our London office.
Individuals feel increasingly more comfortable leaving money in their wills to charities, as rising life expectancy means their dependants, such as their children, will frequently already have built up substantial savings by the time of the death of their parents.
The City of London has stretched its lead as the strongest economy in the UK over the past decade confounding critics who expected the City to shrink after the banking crisis, our research shows.
These proposals will hit many taxpayers who already see themselves as the “squeezed middle”, who already feel the pinch from taxes and the cost of housing.
The Alternative Investment Market has shrugged off Brexit related fears with an improved performance in the last 12 months, according to our latest research.
England saw a 25% increase in new distilleries over the last year, jumping from 28 to 35. The ‘Gin-naissance’ has seen many new gin distillers pop up as consumers become more discerning when it comes to spirits.
The UK economy is lagging behind the European average in capital investment in its business resources and public infrastructure as a share of its GDP…