Entrepreneurs Relief may be claimed by individuals or trustees who sell shares or securities in a trading company or dispose of the whole or part of a trading business, providing certain conditions are met.
It has been 10 years since the global credit crunch and recession of 2008. Is the retail sector finally overcoming the squeeze, or, has the credit crunch set a more permanent precedent?
See our quick flow chart to check if you are ready for MTD.
Everyone has a charity close to their hearts. It can be for personal reasons, or, people can choose to support charities they believe have an extra special cause. Whatever the reason, charity funding is extremely important in keeping these organisations opening. But, as we found out at one of our recent Charities Seminars, this is easier said than done.
If you inherit property, there is usually no Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), unless the beneficiary is paying money into the estate or paying other beneficiaries. However, there are an increasing number of people getting caught up in an SDLT ‘trap’ when circumstances relating to the inherited property change.
This week is National Payroll Week, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to run through a few need-to-knows if you are entering the world of payroll for the first time. If you have taken our quiz, you will find the answers below!
The Government’s child care voucher scheme is coming to an end. Applicants can only apply up until 4 October 2018, after which time new entrants will not be allowed. However, the Government launched a new scheme in 2017 called tax free child care which will replace child care vouchers. What is the difference and how will it affect employees?
Take our National Payroll Week Quiz and see if you are up to speed. All answers will be revealed later in the week – tweet us your answers @wilkinskennedy