It used to be simple: the closest lawyers and estate agents got to giving tax advice was to hand out the address of their nearest accountant.
Now that the UK is no longer a member of the European Union, it is important to have a good view of the facts and the best plan of action for your business.
At 11pm on 31st January 2020, the UK ceased to be a member of the European Union (EU). This isn’t fresh news, and yet we still all face the uncertainty that has existed since the vote in 2016, whichever side you were on.
If you complete a self-assessment tax return, no doubt you have received lots of communications from HMRC in the run up to last month’s deadline.
Nikhil Oza gives some final tips and tricks of the trade, in the last instalment of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
The introduction of more in-depth questionnaires is changing the way HMRC conduct compliance checks, and it is important to be prepared for new risk areas.
Nikhil Oza gives advice on how to navigate the complex world of tax deductions, as part of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
In advance of every Budget, there will be at least a dozen people asking me: “what’s going to happen to Entrepreneurs’ Relief?”
Nikhil Oza explains some important tax considerations for sole traders, as part of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
On 11 March Sajid Javid will present his first Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, which will also be the first Budget in nearly a year and a half.