Rob explores the tax implications of property being jointly owned by spouses or those in a civil partnership.
Rob provides a summary of the announcements relating to VAT and Personal Tax.
The sale of shares is an exempt supply, but a recent tax tribunal decision has determined that, under certain circumstances, the input VAT may be claimed.
HMRC has published amended guidance regarding home charging of electric company cars which means that there will not be a separate charge to tax as a result.
Rob gives a reminder of the changes which came into effect on 11 July 2023.
Rob’s summary of the 4E (Everywhere, Employment, Enterprise & Education) 2023 Spring Budget which set forth the Government plans to tackle inflation, improve growth and as a consequence reduce borrowing.
Rob Case provides a summary of the Budget announcements for VAT, specifically for pharmacists, as well as a VAT consultation on energy savings relief, and simplifying customs procedures.
Commencing with periods beginning with 1 January 2023, HMRC have introduced a new penalty and interest regime for VAT returns and payments.
Rob explains about a new penalty and interest regime for VAT returns and payments which has been recently introduced by HMRC.
We recommend businesses use accounting software such as Xero for many reasons including it’s compliance with HRMC’s Making Tax Digital regulations.
Rob explains the reason behind the delay along with some specifics about who and how individuals would be impacted.
Following the new Chancellor’s first Autumn Statement, Rob provides a summary of the announcements made before we delve into the detail.
Rob summarises what some are saying is the biggest U turn in British History, following some significant announcements of U turns in policy last week.
Today we have had the both the expected tax news from the new Government, and also some more unexpected announcements. Rob gives details about plains for Tax Simplification and VAT among other things.
Rob provides a summary about today’s announcement concerning support for businesses with rising energy costs and the further forecasted increases.
Rob explains more about the Government’s Tax-Free Childcare Accounts which provide a 25% subsidy towards the cost of childcare for which there continues to be a poor take up.
Rob provides an update on MTD for VAT and the upcoming MTD for Income Tax, including the changes and their impact on property landlords in particular.
P11D forms for reporting expenses and benefits in kind provided to employees and directors in 2021/22 need to be submitted by 6 July 2022.
Rob spoke with George Tatham-Losh, Managing Director of Move Estate Agents about what landlords need to know.
Rob chatted to George about winning Young Business Person of the Year award and why he entered in the first place.