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Date: 12th March 2020 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Budget News
Just four weeks into his new role of Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak delivered the budget on the 11 March 2020. As expected, the first topic the Chancellor addressed was the coronavirus outbreak, so many are worried about. After announcing fiscal stimulus, sick pay, the NHS and assistance for small businesses –...
Date: 2nd March 2020 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Budget News, Company Tax Updates & Information, Personal Tax Updates & Information
[“Downing Street” by RachelH_ is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0.] New Chancellor Rishi Sunak is due to release his first budget on the 11th March 2020. After the success of the last election and the quick exit of former Chancellor Javid, Chancellor Sunak is likely to want to ensure his Budget Statement supports the...
Date: 20th February 2020 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information, Personal Tax Updates & Information
Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV) We start with that old favourite, Making Tax Digital (or difficult!) for VAT. We covered MTDfV in previous blog posts when it became compulsory from the 1 April 2019. However, we wanted to remind businesses, particularly SMEs, that as from your first VAT quarter beginning on or after 1...
Date: 7th February 2020 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information, Personal Tax Updates & Information
In previous HaesCooper articles we have detailed the ‘off payroll’ tax rules that first came in from April 2017 for contractors operating within the Public Sector and the extension of these tax rules to contractors operating within the Private Sector as from 6 April 2020. With little over a month from the start of the...
Date: 23rd January 2020 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information, Personal Tax Updates & Information
Major changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules on sales of residential properties are coming in from the 6th April 2020. Forgetting to prepare for the changes could result in costs and expensive penalty charges from HMRC. The proposed changes to CGT rules for the sale of residential property (the sale contract date, not...