Overseas Tax

  I am taking a quick break from my series of postings on cars and companies for a word on overseas tax. We have a number of French speaking clients.  I have taken calls from a few of them [...]

Employers: take note

  WORKPLACE PENSION SCHEMES From April 2018, there are changes to workplace pension schemes which have to be put into effect to comply with the law. At present, employers and employees pay 1 [...]

Other matters

  This blog is based on points from the Chancellor’s 2017 Budget.   • Next April, the annual personal allowance will be raised to £11,850.  A personal allowance is the amount of money [...]

Capital Gains Tax

This blog is based on points from the Chancellor’s 2017 Budget.   From April 2019 (once again, from more or less the day after we are scheduled to leave the EU) all non-resident individuals [...]

VAT

This blog is based on points from the Chancellor’s 2017 Budget.   The VAT registration threshold is £85,000 per annum and will be for the next two years.  Once again, the Government is [...]

IR35

This blog is based on points from the Chancellor’s 2017 Budget.   The Government have said that there will be no action on IR35 other than that which has already been taken, but they intend [...]

Making tax digital

This blog is based on points from the Chancellor’s 2017 Budget.   Firstly, there is no mention in the Budget about “making tax digital”.  We must therefore assume unless told otherwise that [...]