Corporate Tax Planning- August edition

Corporate Tax Planning- August edition

Even among those who follow good tax-planning practice and maintain forecasts running several years forward, it is unlikely that many foresaw the dramatic end to the 2019/20 tax year. Looking forward through the next 12 months, tax management and planning could play...
Economic Update 2020

Economic Update 2020

It’s safe to say that Chancellor Rishi Sunak did not expect to be delivering the official fiscal statement less than four months after his maiden budget back in March, but here we are. The economic impact of COVID-19 has resulted in the UK’s debt-GDP ratio...
TC Group- Tax card 2020/2021

TC Group- Tax card 2020/2021

These rates and allowances are based on Spring Budget 2020 announcements made by the UK and Northern Ireland, Scottish and Welsh Governments and are for information only and you should contact us before making any decision to act All information is subject to change...
Spring Budget 2020 – Biggest spending spree for 28 years

Spring Budget 2020 – Biggest spending spree for 28 years

“As we deal with coronavirus, this is a Budget that provides security today but it is also a plan for prosperity tomorrow.” Chancellor, Rishi Sunak. “Getting it done” is the soundbite Chancellor Rishi Sunak clearly wanted us to take away from his debut Budget speech, but

HMRC’s approach to taxing cryptocurrencies

HMRC’s approach to taxing cryptocurrencies

Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrencies have grown steadily into the public consciousness, and the taxman’s too. Once the realm of geeks and hackers, cryptocurrencies are becoming more mainstream…

Employer issues with auto-enrolment

Employer issues with auto-enrolment

Back in 2012, less than half of private-sector employees in the UK had a pension scheme. Today, that figure is 85% and this huge increase is due to the successful rollout of auto-enrolment. It started with the largest companies and now applies…