Self-assessment tax returns for 2016/17 have to be filed on-line with HMRC by 31 January 2018.
Last week’s Budget didn’t bring much in the way of tax changes. However here is one small point of interest that didn’t make the headlines.
The Chancellor has delivered his first Autumn Budget, which was surprisingly light on tax changes. Here are the key points that we noted:
Uber has lost its appeal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal against their earlier decision that the drivers were workers for employment law purposes.
Did you know that charging interest on any loans made to your company may enable you to receive tax free income? This is as a result…
HMRC has announced two changes which will affect how we make tax payments.
From 6 April 2016, separate rates of capital gains tax were introduced for capital disposals, excluding residential property.
Did you know that we now have 11 different rates of stamp duty land tax (SDLT)?
In a rather strange move HMRC are to launch a Growth Support Service aimed at growing mid-sized businesses.
With effect from 6 April 2017, the tax relief available to buy to let investors on the interest they pay on thier buy to let mortgages is being restricted.