During the Budget, the Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER) rules were tightened by an extension of the ‘5% rule’.
Unlike those people whose estates it potentially affects, the proposal has made it back from the dead having been re-tabled on 5 November 2018.
Our automotive team, led by Paul Daly, advised Paul Brayley on his sale of a majority stake in Brayleys Motor Group to AW Rostamani.
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This year’s edition includes again some great case studies from a range of international clients across a variety of industry sectors including: minerals, electronics and IT, energy, construction, media and communications, pharmaceutical, transport & infrastructure and retail.
On 29 October 2018 Philip Hammond delivered his latest body blow to the UK’s buy to let industry, seemingly aimed at the smaller scale end of that industry.
During his Budget speech on 29 October 2018 the Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a 2 year increase in the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) from the current £200,000 level to £1m.
We’ve summarised all the main proposals from the 2018 Autumn Budget that are likely to affect you, to help you cut through the noise and understand what matters most.
What do today’s Budget proposals mean for you? Our tax specialists have watched the Chancellor’s announcement and summarised the key points.
The result is that many UK workers now find themselves paying Social Security and UK National Insurance in two or more countries which is patently contrary to the letter, and intention, of the EU regulations.
Prosper is our magazine aimed at businesses and business owners, covering the pertinent issues currently affecting you and your peers.
Written with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in mind, the biannual publication contains a range of articles exploring the current business environment, including relevant tax and regulatory updates as well as practical advice for businesses at all stages of their lifecycle.