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Our pre-Budget and year end tax planning issue of our Tax Update outlines several steps you can take to organise your affairs and legitimately minimise your tax burden ahead of the Budget and tax year end.
We have produced a detailed summary of the key measures, focusing on the issues pertinent to you, your family and your business.
Download our publication to find out more about the tax relief that is available on research and development activities for companies on an amount up to 225% of the total spend.
If your partnership or LLP has a range of capital and profit sharing arrangements, you will need to review the robustness of your position.
George Osborne presented his Budget on Wednesday 19 March 2014. In his speech the Chancellor set the scene for the announcements stating that ‘If you’re a maker, a doer or a saver: this Budget is for you.’
In July 2013, the Charity Commission issued an exposure draft of the new ‘Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP): Accounting and Reporting by Charities’ for consultation. The new SORP will have a significant effect on the future of UK financial accounting and reporting for charities and other not-for-profit organisations. We at UHY Hacker Young are well aware of this and, therefore, submitted our comments to the Charity Commission during the consultation period.
This update brings you the most recent developments for charities and not-for-profit organisations including forthcoming changes to financial reporting, Gift Aid declaration wording, auto-enrolment, fraud awareness and Charity Commission news and guidance.
Our regular summary of all the latest tax issues that will affect you and your business. In this issue we concentrate on the General Anti-Abuse Rules, the annual tax on enveloped dwellings, the statutory residence test, announcements surrounding Limited Liability Partnerships and employees’ NIC, the impact of the XBRL two years on and the guidance issued by HMRC for the new system of Real Time Information.
Our June Taxflash discusses changes to the rules on the taxation of loans made by close companies to their participators, which were introduced in the Finance Bill 2013 and took effect from Budget Day, 20 March 2013.