Yesterday’s statement from the Treasury confirmed delays for the Making Tax Digital timetable. The new timeline shows that only businesses with turnover above the VAT threshold (£85,000) will need to keep digital records and will come under MTD in 2019, with other businesses... Read More →
This is a general briefing guide to the US Centralised Withholding Agreement (CWA) arrangement for managers of UK acts who intend to tour the USA. It is a practical guide and not a definitive statement of practice or the law. The practice... Read More →
The digital revolution is not just something that’s just affected our personal lives – it’s also had a profound effect on the business world, with more and more businesses being run ‘virtually’ in the cloud and basing their financial systems around an... Read More →
At some point in time, every business needs the services of an accountant. Whether you’re an early-stage start-up searching for your first accountant, or an established family business that’s looking for a new broom, you’ll find yourself searching the internet for a... Read More →
A phrase that I do not say very often but … I’ve actually found a really useful video care of a Government web site; not one that has been transferred to the GOV.uk web site yet but I’m afraid it is on... Read More →
Whilst it was announced some time ago that the rate of taxation on dividends will increase by a whopping 7.5% the reality of what this actually means is yet to hit home for millions. When will you pay the new dividend tax?... Read More →
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