Archives by: shelley

Antrams Accountants – Spring 2018 Tax Briefing

In our first Tax Briefing for 2018: Paying your child from the business NMW and directors Scottish income tax rates Welsh land taxes Rent a room relief Annual tax on enveloped dwellings Check your PAYE code for interest Gifts liable to IHT Avoid VAT penalties VAT on rewards for crowdfunding Spring 2018 Tax Briefing   […]

Read more

Antrams Accountants – Winter 2017 Tax Briefing

In our last Tax Briefing for 2017: Simple assesments have arrived NIC for the self-employed Property allowance Money laundering regulations Budget for your tax bills Paying HMRC State pension: when to stop How to fight a non-resident capital gains tax Making tax digital: VAT first Winter 2017 Tax Briefing Please follow and like us:

Read more

The Chancellor’s second Budget of 2017

Mr Hammond will probably be pleased if commentators decide that his Autumn Budget was a steady-as-she-goes, broadly modest Budget. After the national insurance u-turn he was forced to make after his March Budget this year, that was probably his aim. In any case, for a variety of economic and political reasons, the Chancellor announced a […]

Read more

Scam Warning: Protect you and your loved ones from fraud

Ring-Fencing is a new legislation affecting some of the UK’s largest banking groups. This new legislation may mean that for some customers and banks sort codes and account numbers may change. As a result, there is a concern that this could potentially open the door to fraudsters using the new legislation as an opportunity to target […]

Read more

Antrams Accountants – Autumn 2017 Tax Briefing

Our latest Tax Briefing outlines the latest tax changes and updates, in our Autumn 2017 edition: Backdated tax law Inheriting holiday cottages Making tax digital Online filing of tax returns Myths about letting Selling your UK home Why your tax code may be wrong Why your P800 many be wrong Reclaim overseas VAT Read Antrams Accountants Autumn 2017 Tax […]

Read more

Antrams Accountants – Summer 2017 Tax Briefing

It’s the beginning of summer and with it comes our latest Tax Briefing outlining the latest tax changes and updates, in this edition: What’s on the scrap heap Tax reporting is going digital Tax free childcare PAYE penalties Paper tax return Simple assessment Reclaiming SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) supplement Inheritance tax residential nil rate […]

Read more

Don’t fall foul of the fraudsters

The value of fraud committed in the UK last year topped £1bn for the first time since 2011, the increase in cyber crime and the risk of more large-scale scams will continue to be a problem as the economy comes under pressure. Ensuring that you conduct your financial transactions securely and protecting your personal details can help […]

Read more

Have you fully utilised your annual 2016/2017 Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowance?

As we approach the end of the 2016/17 tax year, have you fully utilised your annual Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowance? The ISA limit for 2016/17 is £15,240, rising to £20,000 in 2017/18. Anyone wishing to utilise their allowance should do so before the deadline at midnight on Wednesday 5 April 2017. The date marks the […]

Read more

UPDATE – U-Turn On Self Employed Class 4 NIC Increases, Spring Budget 2017 round up

The Chancellor announced on 15 March that he would not be going ahead with his Budget proposal to increase the National Insurance Contribution rates for self-employed people. In the Budget of 8 March 2017, he announced that Class 4 NIC rate for the self-employed would rise by 1% to 10% in 2018/19 and by a further […]

Read more

The Chancellor’s first – and last – Spring Budget

The 2017 Spring Budget will be the last of its type. Probably. The publication of the Finance Bill in the spring/summer of this year will presage a change in Parliamentary proceedings. A second Budget in autumn 2017 followed by a Spring Statement in 2018 marks the start of a process enabling Parliament to scrutinise tax […]

Read more
Page 1 of 3123