Capital Gains Tax property disposal return needs to be filed within 60 days of completion of sale of your second property (CGT). If you have sold a second property that is not your main residence (this includes an inherited or gifted property) you must file a CGT UK property return within 60 days of comptetion (unless the property has made a loss).Continue reading
Unlike the usual calendar year, the Tax Year 2022/23 starts today 6th April 2022. 5th April 2023 will be the last date of the Tax year – check out the latest tax rates and what this means for you and your business hereContinue reading
Against a backdrop of rising inflation, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first Spring Statement on Wednesday 23rd March 2022 – find out what that means to you and your business here in our HB Accountants Spring Statement 2022 highlightsContinue reading
With the end of the 2021/22 tax year on 5th April just around the corner – you still have time to take action. Check out our top tax tips and make your money work as hard as possible for you. Plan ahead to minimise your tax bill. Your aim: a financial plan that is as tax-efficient as possibleContinue reading
Some non-VAT registered businesses have recently received letters from HMRC claiming that they are trading above the VAT threshold. Any business that has received such a letter needs to act quickly. They should share the letter with their tax agent/accountant then work together to review the rolling 12-month turnover figures.Continue reading
In 2009 there was one single cryptoasset called Bitcoin. Today, there are multiple cryptoassets – also known as cryptocurrencies These are digital assets, not physical ones.Continue reading
The 2020-2021 tax year runs from April ’20 to April ’21, the last date for submitting returns for those who do self-assessment was 31st January 2022 – this is referred to as the tax return deadline. Will you find yourself in trouble with HMRC if you didn’t submit your return in time, along with any tax you owe?
Here’s what you need to know…Continue reading
If you’re a director of a limited company, can you borrow money from your company? The simple answer is yes, however, there are a number of things to consider before doing so, in particular, tax implications and pressures on cash flow.Continue reading
Corporation tax is a huge source of revenue for the Government. Collected by the Government from the profits of companies operating in the UK and it is changing. (The profits of unincorporated businesses, sole traders and partnerships are subject to income tax as opposed to corporation tax)Continue reading
The SEISS fifth grant period ends today as does the furlough scheme, with employers having until 14 October to submit a claim for the latter – as does the VAT reduction for hospitality and tourism to 5%, which will see an increase to 12.5
The ICAEW have issued a handy timeline for the remaining schemes.
Two forms of data are shown in the chart: how much money has been spent or lent on each scheme so far, and each scheme’s end date.
The chart does not include all of the support measures provided by the government or the Bank of England to businesses and individuals, for example the £20 a week uplift in universal credit to those on low incomes that also comes to an end on 30 September or the corporate finance lending facilities provided by the Bank of England to very large businesses.Continue reading