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Changes to ancillary reliefs as stated in the Budget 2018 - consultation closed on 1st June 2019, this represents the proposed legislation to be brought into effect from 6th April 2020.
Nunn Hayward provide various services in relations to Trusts and since the Goverment brough in the fourth anti-money laundering directive.
With the UK continuing to face tough economic challenges and uncertainty, taxpayers are advised to keep their accounts up-to-date.
If you run a business and have employees who receive benefits or certain expenses you may need to complete forms P11d.
Over the coming years, the government will phase in its landmark Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative, which will see the taxpayers move to fully digital tax system.
Chancellor delivers Spring Statement amid 'cloud of uncertainty'.
Most non-resident property owners need to complete a non-resident CGT (NRCGT) return when they sell or dispose of UK property or land. HMRC must be notified within 30 days of the conveyance date using HMRC's online form.
There are a number of significant changes that Employers need to be aware of from 6 April 2019.
Are you aware of what is and what isn't exempt from VAT?
People with Significant Control: What the new company requirements mean for you
DIT launches online tool for international investors
OTS calls for review of PAYE system
MTD for VAT takes effect for over one million businesses
NEF calls for personal allowance to be replaced with 'weekly national allowance'
Rise in probate fees to take effect despite opposition
Experts call for introduction of 'pudding tax' to combat sugar consumption
Businesses urged to prepare now for potential 'No Deal' Brexit
Changes to capital allowances 'could disadvantage some businesses'
Government scraps its plan to abolish Class 2 National Insurance Contributions
Government publishes 'No Deal' Brexit advice
Government publishes draft finance bill 2018-19
Tax body calls for inheritance tax exemptions to be scrapped
HMRC delays full roll-out of making tax digital as result of Brexit
OTS calls for ‘urgent review’ into how UK tax system affects businesses
New tax year ushers in key business and tax changes
Survey suggests two thirds of businesses 'unprepared for GDPR'
Strategies for saving tax ahead of the 5 April year end
Auto Enrolment changes coming into force in April 2018... Are you ready?
Business groups outline priorities as Autumn Budget approaches
Finance Bill confirms Dividend Allowance Reduction
FSB urges Low Pay Commission to delay National Living Wage rise
Government annouces signigicant changes to Making Tax Digital plans
Business groups call for 'softer' Brexit as negotiations begin
UK Businesses impeded by mobile 'not-spots', BCC reveals..
Businesses urged to protect against cyber-attacks
Business group s react to NICs U-turn
Business groups set out Spring Budget priorities
Business groups call for 'pro-business Brexit'
In the recent Autumn Statement, the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced
Chancellor sets out his stall as the Autumn Statement approaches
Making Tax Digital 'delayed until 2019' for many businesses
Sharp increase in auto-enrolment enforcements
BREXIT - what are the likely implications for business?
Business community calls for decisive action following referendum result
EU Remain lead 'narrows amongst businesses' as referendum approaches
New tax measures come into effect
Chancellor's Budget approved after heated debate
Business group calls for business rates reform to be 'top priority' at 2016 Budget.
Tax-saving strategies to implement before the 5 April year end
Chancellor's stamp duty changes are 'ill-designed', says IFS.
Articles featured: Chancellor confirms devolution. National Living Wage will have a 'negative impact' on hiring, says FSB
Articles featured: New penalties for non-payment of the National Minimum Wage and the new National Living Wage to be introduced. Nunn Hayward completes ‘Run the River’ for charity.
Articles featured: Small shops could face 'huge bills' after ATM business rate changes. Lifetime tax liability for average family climbs to £734,240.
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