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Corporation Tax

UK Budget – What it means for small businesses

Marginally beneficial to small companies and lower paid individuals The Spring Statement (effectively a mini budget) reduces the tax burden slightly on lower paid and smaller companies. The most relevant announcements to our clients are an increase in the tax-free allowance for National Insurance (beneficial to businesses and employees) and an increase in the Employment […]

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Tax planning for companies

The tax on companies is going up There are some big tax changes scheduled to be introduced over the next couple of years, which means that company tax bills are going up. You can mitigate some of the tax increases by thinking ahead and acting appropriately. This note provides you with some pointers and themes […]

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Are UK Tax Cuts by 2024 Really a Possibility?

Are Potential UK Tax Cuts by 2024 likely? Surprisingly, news has emerged in recent weeks about discussions the UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has held with Treasury advisers to reduce taxes. We say ‘surprisingly’ because the discussions come just a few months after the Chancellor has committed to increase National Insurance and the tax on dividends. […]

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Annual Investment Allowances and Capital Allowances

Writing down and Annual Allowance – The principles In this article, we look at the two ways of writing down your capital expenditure on assets, as part of your Corporation Tax return – either through Annual Investment Allowances or Capital Allowances. Expenses you incur in your business will be one of two types – Revenue […]

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UK Tax Rates & Budget Update

Budget update From a tax perspective, not much new was announced. The main items that are likely to impact our clients are: confirmation of the increase in dividend taxes by 1.25% (See below and our note 8/9/21) confirmation of the 1.25% increase in National Insurance from April 2022 (See our note 8/9/21) extension of Capital […]

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Corporation Tax Rates in the UK

There’s no better time to set up a business in the UK. The UK’s exit from the EU, combined with an expected post-pandemic lift to the economy, makes business in Britain an attractive proposition. However, there’s a more concrete reason why opening up in the UK deserves strong consideration. Corporation Tax (tax on company profits): […]

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2021 Budget Update

Aim of note The aim of this note is to summarise some of the policies announced in yesterday’s budget. I have selected the points that are most likely to be relevant to our clients. The list is not meant to be comprehensive. You can see a summary of the points here and the full budget […]

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