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31/08/2021

Basis period rules in line for reform

Unincorporated businesses could be about to see significant changes to the ways in which they are taxed, following the launch of a Government consultation.

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27/07/2021

Planning in your later years

While many people do not want to consider the implications of getting older or, even less, dying, these are unavoidable events and it is important to plan so that our nearest and dearest are not left with a mess to untangle.

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21/07/2021

Recovery loan scheme for business explained

The Recovery Loan Scheme is available until 31 December 2021 and ensures businesses of any size can continue to access loans and other kinds of finance up to £10 million per business once the existing COVID-19 loan schemes close.

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13/07/2021

Rewarding your staff with trivial benefits

As employers look for more ways to attract and retain staff in today's busy job market, the offering of incentives is moving beyond simply providing tea and coffee. In this article we look at what trivial benefits are and the conditions they have to meet in order to be free of tax and National Insurance.

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17/06/2021

Tax implications of buying an electric car and the related financing options

The popularity of electric cars has continued to grow in recent years helped by the government offering several tax advantages for low emission vehicles. In this article we look first at the tax benefits of buying an electric vehicle and then at the various options available for financing your new car.

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17/06/2021

Creating a home office and how it affects your tax

With home working becoming so widespread, we are often asked what are the tax implications and pitfalls of building a home office. In most cases this is an office in the garden, as this is usually far cheaper and a more practical way of creating space than building an extension or converting a loft.

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