HMRC is seeking to generate an extra £29.7m from investigations into whether contractors have the correct employment status
The number of companies delisting from the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) fell to its lowest level in over a decade last year, our research shows.
The number of employees receiving major job perks has fallen to a 12-year low*, as corporate cost cutting and increasing taxes on these perks make them less attractive for businesses to provide
Brian Johnson and Neela Chauhan join Restructuring & Insolvency and Private Client Tax teams
HMRC has collected £37bn from brand-new taxes that it has introduced over the last decade (year-end May 31), our research shows.
The number of UK buy-to-let landlords admitting to not paying tax on their rental income has risen by 145% over the past year, increasing to 16,110 in 2018/19 from 6,600 in 2017/18*, our research shows.
Diesel car sales in the UK fell by another 242,000 in just the last year, from 930,000 to 688,000, far outweighing the 131,000 rise in petrol car sales, our research shows.
The number of distillery businesses in the UK has increased by 21% in just a year to 205 in 2018*, up from 170 in 2017.
New proposed powers announced today will allow the Small Business Commissioner to fine large businesses for late payment to their small business suppliers for the first time.
UHY Hacker Young’s London office is hosting another exclusive event as part of our NextGen Leaders series. This event is for contacts of UHY and is for those who are looking to build their network.