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Labour’s proposed tax on those earning over £70,000 will hit over 1.6 million taxpayers
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.
Auto-enrolment breakfast briefing – 18 May, Boldon
Join us for a free, Thursday 18 May, for a one hour auto-enrolment breakfast briefing aimed at owners of small businesses who are looking for clear, practical advice, delivered by experts.
AIM shrugs off Brexit fears
The Alternative Investment Market has shrugged off Brexit related fears with an improved performance in the last 12 months, according to our latest research.
Finance Bill 2017 – what is happening?
Much of the most complex legislation is being dropped, including the corporate tax measures, the changes for non-doms and the Making Tax Digital clauses.
Stay of execution over proposed probate fee increase
In a roller coaster ride, the Government first sought to rush their controversial hike in probate application fees through Parliament before the anticipated dissolution on 3 May, then overnight conceded that there is too little time to do so and announced that the measure will be scrapped.
What will the General Election mean for Making Tax Digital?
With a snap election due to take place on 8 June, we’ve been giving a little thought to what the impact on Making Tax Digital might be.