Keep up to date with the latest news and information from UHY Torgersens in Sunderland, Newcastle and Jarrow
Let the VATman save you money on your business’ car
April 28, 2017
In the first of our question and answer articles we take a look at an issue that is frequently raised by our clients in relation to reclaiming VAT on purchases.
Gender pay gap reporting – do you know your obligations and have you considered the long term effects?
April 20, 2017
By April 2018 companies with more than 250 employees will have to publish statistics on the rates of remuneration they pay to men and women.
The Pancake Kitchen – a client case study
April 13, 2017
Set up in April 2015 by Simon Haley, The Pancake Kitchen is a crêperie based at Seaham Harbour Marina.
Why does the tax year end on 5 April each year?
April 3, 2017
Of all the countries who use a traditional Christian calendar, the UK is the only one which deviates from that norm. Have you ever wondered why?
Changes to company carry-forward of losses confirmed
March 30, 2017
Finance Bill 2017 contains provisions to reform the tax treatment of certain types of carried-forward loss for Corporation Tax purposes with effect from 1 April 2017.
People with Significant Control – don’t be caught out by the new notification requirements from 26 June
March 23, 2017
In September last year we commented in some detail about the new requirement for companies to maintain a register of People with Significant Control.
Salary versus dividend: how best to extract profits from a company
March 20, 2017
Despite the introduction of the dividend allowance, and the personal savings allowance, extraction by remuneration and by way of dividend remain the two most widely used methods.
Changes to IR35 rules confirmed
March 8, 2017
HMRC have recently announced changes to the way the intermediaries legislation, or 'IR35 rules', will be applied to off-payroll working in the public sector
Our pre-Budget and year-end tax planning update is out
February 23, 2017
There are several steps that you can take to organise your affairs and legitimately minimise your current or future tax burden.