IHT is payable on your wealth, so if you are willing and able to give away your wealth your IHT liability will decrease…if only it was so simple! more »
…except for businesses above the VAT threshold who will be required to keep digital records for VAT purposes only from 2019. more »
The value of a trading business, be it sole trade, partnership or shares in a private limited company, should qualify for business property relief “BPR”. more »
A massive £5.1 billion inheritance tax was collected by HMRC in the year to 31 May 2017. This represents a 9% increase on the previous year. more »
6 July 2017 is the deadline for notifying HMRC of non-cash benefits provided to employees. This is usually done via form P11D. more »
Continuing our look at buying commercial property, this week we consider capital allowances. more »
Last week we started a series of tax chats looking at the tax considerations for those buying commercial property. This week we turn to VAT.
It is very important to think about VAT early on. more »
Over the next few weeks we will be looking at some of the tax considerations for those buying commercial property, starting this week with the ownership structure. more »
@RevellWard have gone @HTAFCBusiness crazy as the excitement builds ahead of their trip to Wembley. The whole office is donned blue and white and the odd Leeds fan in the office has taken the day off as they couldn’t cope with the banter!
You name it we’ve got it – hooters, scarves, wigs, hats and flags of all sizes. We should have shares in @htafcmegastore.
Revell Ward joined forces with Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club, Towngate PLC and Schofield Sweeney to host what has now become an annual corporate tennis tournament. more »