Keep up to date with the latest news and information from UHY Torgersens in Sunderland, Newcastle and Jarrow.
HMRC announcement could change the way you pay your tax bill
December 5, 2017
If you settle your tax liabilities by paying at the Post Office or using a personal credit card, then changes are coming into effect...
Do you understand your accountant?
November 27, 2017
Every profession has its own jargon which is used to streamline communication among its members. The accountancy profession is no different...
Draft legislation published for HMRC’s Help to Save scheme
November 10, 2017
Following an earlier period of consultation about the new Help to Save accounts scheme, HMRC have published draft legislation alongside a further technical consultation document.
Executive pay: are we paying ourselves what we’re worth?
November 1, 2017
Whilst the media frequently reports on high executive pay, we have dealt with cases where SME entrepreneurs have found it challenging to decide on their directors' remuneration. So how do you measure what you're worth?
Q&A: Inheritance Tax, tax relief and lettings relief
October 26, 2017
For our Q&As this month, we're looking at inheritance tax on a gift, tax relief on an unpaid bill and tax relief on a Buy-to-Let property.
Buy-to-let: a summary of recent changes
October 9, 2017
There have been several significant changes affecting this market in the last 12 months, and there are now political threats on the horizon that you will need to consider if you are planning investments in this sector.
It’s all good with the team at UHY Torgersens!
October 4, 2017
We are delighted to bring you some excellent news regarding our dedicated and hard-working team.
Q&A: The Flat Rate Scheme, expenses and tax on electric vans
October 2, 2017
In this Q&A session, I look at questions relating to the Flat Rate Scheme, sole trader expenses and the tax position for electric vans.
Are business rates fair? Look out for the Staircase Tax!
September 25, 2017
The latest alleged taxation by stealth comes in the form of a ‘Staircase Tax’, with the issue sparking a debate on the fairness of business rates and much discussion on possible alternatives.