The way VAT is being collected in the building and construction industry is changing from 1st October 2020. The domestic… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Tax
Budget 2020: Crunchers Edinburgh’s Hamish Sheppard gives a short overview of the key points which will affect you and your… Read more »
If you run a limited company, you may have a director’s loan. You may also have discovered that the tax… Read more »
Make sure there’s no last minute self assessment panic – take a look at our list of seven costly self assessment mistakes to avoid.
We’ve all heard excuses for being late – but here’s five brilliantly bonkers excuses that people tried to use in order to explain their tardiness to HMRC. And, yes, these are all genuine!
New Scottish Tax Rates In April there will be new Scottish tax rates in force. These separate rates of income… Read more »
Auto Enrolment Contribution Rates By law, on 6 April 2018, Employers are required to increase the amount of their minimum auto enrolment contributions… Read more »
Student Loan Repayment As a company director, what happens if you have a student loan repayment to make? Normal practice… Read more »
Tax on Employee Gifts So as we near Christmas as a company owner, you want show your appreciation of your… Read more »
Recently The government announced that they remain committed to the rolling out of Making Tax Digital (MTD). However the timing… Read more »