Offering a company car as a benefit can be a valuable and attractive perk to any valued employee.
How to use this tax guide The last few months of the tax year are the ideal time to pause and reflect, and to make sure you’ve organised your finances as efficiently as possible before the new tax year begins on 6 April 2020. It’s [...]
With only two months left until the 31 January deadline for online returns, self-assessment is very much on our minds.
From 6 April 2020, HMRC is proposing three significant changes which will potentially increase the capital gains tax paid on the disposal of any residential property by an individual.
Fraud costs the UK around £190 billion a year, with businesses bearing almost three quarters – £140bn – of those losses.
Large and medium-sized organisations have just six months left to prepare for changes to off-payroll working rules, which are due to extend to the private sector next spring.
As the global financial crisis began to bite in 2008, central banks in several nations took action, attempting to shock the world economy back to life by slashing base interest rates.
All of us dream of the day we can retire, saying goodbye to the alarm clock and commute, filling our days with sun-soaked beach holidays, leisurely rounds of golf, or cruising the world.
Few sectors have such an impact in the UK as the construction industry. It not only provides the fabric of our nation – the places where we live and work – but also underpins our entire economy.
The tapered annual pension allowance for high net-worth individuals was in the headlines again recently.