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  • SPRING BUDGET 2024

    SPRING BUDGET 2024

    INSIDE THIS BUDGET Vote-winning announcements are alwaysexpected from a Chancellor’s Budget inan election year. Despite the stagnanteconomy and limited fiscal headroom,Jeremy Hunt still announced a few taxcuts and other surprises. INTRODUCTIONThe Chancellor delivers a Budget focusedon growth, tax cuts and reforms. ECONOMIC OUTLOOKThe OBR releases its five-year forecast forthe UK economy and public finances. PERSONAL…

  • Tax Card 2024/25

    Tax Card 2024/25

    INCOME TAX ALLOWANCESTax-free income allowance rates. VEHICLE AND FUEL BENEFITS-IN-KINDTaxable vehicle and fuel benefits. TAX-FREE MILEAGE ALLOWANCESMileage rates exempt from tax. CAPITAL GAINS TAXTax on profits from asset sales. INHERITANCE TAXTaxes on estate inheritance. UK COMPANY TAXATIONCorporation tax rates and rules. MAIN CAPITAL ALLOWANCESDeductions for business asset investment. VATValue-added tax rates and rules. TAX-EFFICIENT INVESTMENTSInvestment…

  • Managing cashflow: Tips for small businesses

    Managing cashflow: Tips for small businesses

    Managing cashflow effectively is critical for the survival and growth of your small business. It’s about planning, monitoring and controlling the money coming in and going out of your business, which ensures you have enough cash to cover your expenses and avoid insolvency. Given the nature of the economy and evolving business practices, staying updated…

  • News Round-Up March 2024

    News Round-Up March 2024

    HMRC clamps down on undeclared dividend earnings Starting on 4 February 2024, HMRC is writing to company owners regarding the potential under declaration of dividend income. The correspondence is prompted by a decrease in company reserves despite reported profits, hinting at undisclosed dividend payouts. Recipients are urged to acknowledge the letter by either disclosing any…

  • How to improve your financial health

    How to improve your financial health

    Improving your financial health involves strategic planning, informed decision-making, and constant adjustments. There are many factors to consider – so how do you know where to begin? While everyone’s circumstances are unique, there are steps you can take to enhance your financial well-being. Here are some actions you can employ to boost your financial wellness.…

  • Mastering business expenses

    Mastering business expenses

    In today’s economic landscape, where financial acumen plays a pivotal role in the sustainability and growth of any business, the importance of effectively managing business expenses cannot be overstated. Recognising this critical need, we have developed this valuable resource for business owners. This guide aims to simplify business expenses within the UK, shedding light on…

  • News Round-Up February 2024

    News Round-Up February 2024

    National Insurance cut boosts UK households In a move to ease financial burdens on UK households, the Government has implemented a historic National Insurance (NI) cut, providing relief for 27 million taxpayers. As of Saturday, 6 January 2024, the main rate of National Insurance has been reduced by 2%, dropping from 12% to 10%. This…

  • Is property investment right for you?

    Is property investment right for you?

    Many individuals invest in real estate to boost their income and gain greater financial security. But while the journey can be rewarding, it also requires committing a significant amount of your own time and money. So, how do you know if property investment is right for you? In this guide, we outline what you need…

  • The ABCs of VAT for small business owners

    The ABCs of VAT for small business owners

    Value Added Tax (VAT) is a significant part of the UK tax system. If you run a VAT-registered business, you’re required to charge this tax on most goods and services, which you must then report and pay to HMRC. Basically, you are collecting VAT on the Government’s behalf. While this may sound straightforward at first,…

  • Year-end tax guide 2023/24

    Year-end tax guide 2023/24

    The conclusion of the 2023/24 tax year prompts us to reflect on some of the notable developments in the fiscal landscape.  This past year has been marked by ongoing efforts to recover from the economic impact of the global pandemic. Inflation has emerged as a significant concern, influenced by persistent disruptions in the supply chain…

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