Real Time Information – are you ready?

Most employers will be legally required to report payroll information in real time from April 2013. This means every employer will need to submit information about PAYE to the Inland Revenue every time a payroll is run and employees are … Continue reading

Planning a large extension? Be careful, the cost may go up from April

Have you heard of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)? No, not many people have, but it might hit you hard in the pocket if you are planning an extension. CIL is a new planning tax that has been introduced in … Continue reading

What is a car or commercial vehicle?

We all know the difference between a car and a van, don’t we? For tax purposes, as you might expect, it is not always that obvious but, given the tax treatment of vans is much more favourable than cars, it … Continue reading

Not all Tax Avoidance is Risky!

Delay your dividends until the intro of 45% tax rate SMEs can put dividend payments on the back burner until income tax rates for higher earners drop to 45% from April 2013. Not as sexy or high profile as the … Continue reading

Business with Commercial Property? You may be owed a tax rebate

Small business owners could be due a hefty tax rebate from HMRC, according to capital allowances tax specialists, CA Tax Solutions. It says that any company that owns a commercial building has a high probability of receiving a capital allowances tax … Continue reading

Online is the place for sales growth but how do you find it?

UK online companies have increased sales six times as fast in the past three years as those based purely offline, according to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group and 23 per cent of retail sales on these shores … Continue reading