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  • 17 July 2018

    Tax Advice: Mitigating inheritance tax

    Spouse exemptions on inheritance and gifts – tax saving tips. Inheritance tax is a tax on the estate (the property, money and possessions) of someone who has passed away. You...
  • 15 June 2018

    Freelance contractors facing life-changing tax bills

    Writing for the Standard, Russell Lynch says freelance contractors are about to be hit with a “tax time-bomb”. In April next year, an estimated 100,000 freelance contractors who have used schemes such...
  • 13 June 2018

    Tax Advice: Capital gains tax (CGT) allowance

    Capital Gains Tax is a tax on the profit when you sell (or ‘dispose of’) something (an ‘asset’) that has increased in value, such as a second home, art, antiques...
  • 8 June 2018

    Tax Advice: P11D Forms Due Soon

    As set out in the following table, employers need to submit details of benefits in kind provided to directors and employees by 6 July 2018. Further information on this topic...
  • 24 May 2018

    HMRC cracks down on Royal Wedding entrepreneurs

    HM Revenue & Customs to scour newspaper adverts and online sites in search of entrepreneurs capitalising on the Royal Wedding. All eyes were on Windsor on Saturday 19 May 2018...
  • 22 May 2018

    Tax Advice: Changes to termination payments

    Care is always required when employees are made redundant or payments are made on the termination of employment. Not only are there employment law considerations, there are also important tax...
  • 17 May 2018

    UK increasingly tax competitive

    Britain placed second only to Ireland, as the most attractive tax regime in the world. According to a survey of 77 of the UK’s largest listed companies and 58 non-UK...
  • 26 April 2018

    IHT receipts reaches new record £5.2bn

    UK families paid £5.2 billion in death duties in the 2017-18 tax year. According to HM Revenue & Custom’s latest monthly estimate, the taxman enjoyed an additional £400 million in...
  • 17 April 2018

    Don’t miss out on IHT reform

    People executing wills online without seeking professional advice could be losing out on changes to the residence nil-rate band, an investigation by the Times has found. This is because the...
  • 17 April 2018

    Is your business eligible for R&D tax relief?

    Whilst many companies are spending large amounts of money on developing their IT and infrastructure, as well as creating new and innovative products, a large number are still unaware that...
  • 13 April 2018

    When a pay rise causes a tax headache

    Excited about your latest pay rise? Then you realise that you’ve just been pushed into a higher tax bracket! With your pay rise comes some unwanted tax changes. The amount...
  • 10 April 2018

    HMRC phishing email warning

    The Revenue is once again warning of a phishing email campaign claiming to be from HMRC. The email, entitled ‘Accelerated payment notice’, looks like it has come from HMRC, but...
  • 10 April 2018

    25% rise in average sentence for tax fraud

    The average length of tax fraud sentences has increased significantly, as HMRC and the Crown Prosecution Service pushes for tax fraud cases to be considered in more serious categories of...
  • 9 April 2018

    IHT payments hit record high

    The Revenue collected a record £5.3 billion in inheritance tax (IHT) last year, according to data from HMRC. The report, compiled by private client law firm Wilsons, shows the Revenue...
  • 5 April 2018

    Record level of highest rate tax payers

    A record number of people are paying the highest rate of income tax, due to a "profound change to the tax system", says former pensions minister Sir Steve Webb. The...
  • 19 March 2018

    UK R&D spending lags behind Europe

    According to the latest figures published by the Office for National Statistics, Britain's spending on research and development (R&D) as a proportion of GDP stands at 1.67 per cent. Despite...
  • 30 January 2018

    HMRC set for record IHT and CGT haul

    HMRC is set to bring in record amounts of inheritance tax (IHT) and capital gains tax (CGT), according to official predictions. In 2017, the Revenue took more than £5.3 billion...
  • 29 January 2018

    Too many tax hurdles for self-employed

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been accused of placing "hurdle after hurdle" in the way of the self-employed paying their bills as the self-assessment deadline approaches. The Federation of...
  • 23 January 2018

    HMRC warns of latest tax scam

    Ahead of the 31 January self-assessment deadline, HMRC has issued a warning about the latest tax scam targeting those completing their tax returns by sending fake emails that promise the...
  • 16 January 2018

    Top 5 most popular self-assessment questions

    With the 31 January self-assessment deadline fast approaching, HMRC has published its top 5 most popular self-assessment questions, with answers to help customers complete their return. - Do I need...
  • 10 January 2018

    Self-assessment tax deadline fast approaching

    HMRC is reminding individual provisional taxpayers that the deadline of 31 January 2018 to complete your online tax return is fast approaching! With more than 10 million people expected to complete...
  • 5 January 2018

    Tax update: Subsistence

    As announced in the Autumn Budget, to reduce the burden on employers, legislation is to be introduced so that they will no longer be required to check receipts when making...
  • 5 January 2018

    SMEs unaware of impending tax changes

    A report commissioned by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) reveals widespread ignorance among small and medium sized (SMEs) about Government’s upcoming ‘Making Tax Digital’ (MTD) proposals which will encourage digital...
  • 4 January 2018

    Tax update: Plug-in grants

    Both private and business motorists purchasing new qualifying ultra-low emission cars can receive a grant of 35 per cent towards the cost of the vehicle, up to a maximum of...
  • 11 December 2017

    Tax update: Evasion, avoidance, and compliance

    The government remains committed to tackling tax evasion and avoidance, aggressive tax planning and non-compliance, including those seeking to evade or avoid tax using offshore structures. Since 2010 the government...
  • 7 December 2017

    Tax and travel: Car and fuel benefits

    The taxable petrol and diesel car benefit is based on the car's CO2 emissions. It is calculated using the car's UK list price and applying the 'appropriate percentage', as shown...
  • 5 December 2017

    Tax Advice: Investing in knowledge-intensive companies

    The annual limit for individuals investing in knowledge-intensive companies (KICs) under the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) will be increased to £2 million, as announced in the Autumn Budget, provided that...
  • 29 November 2017

    Offshore trusts: anti-avoidance rules

    As announced in the Autumn Budget 2017, the government will legislate in the ‘Finance Bill 2017-18’ to introduce new anti-avoidance rules relating to the taxation of income and gains accruing...
  • 27 November 2017

    Reclaiming foreign VAT on expenses

    If your business has suffered VAT on expenses incurred in another EU country, for example overseas hotel and restaurant bills, then it is possible to reclaim the foreign VAT. The...
  • 27 November 2017

    Taxing non-residents' gains on immovable property

    The government has published a consultation on taxing non-residents' gains on immovable property. This measure will broaden the UK's tax base to include disposals of UK commercial property by non-residents,...
  • 27 November 2017

    Inheritance Tax receipts set to soar

    New forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility shows that inheritance tax receipts are set to soar, with the government anticipated to collect an extra £900 million more than expected...
  • 21 November 2017

    PM announces record boost to R&D

    The UK will see its biggest ever increase in research and development (R&D) investment, the Prime Minister Theresa May has announced. As part of the Industrial Strategy’s aim to improve...
  • 17 November 2017

    Tax Advice: When is a company van not a van?

    The P11D benefits on company vans are generally much lower than company cars and where private use of the van is merely incidental to its business use by the employee,...
  • 13 November 2017

    Many will not get a self-assessment tax return next year

    The government is gradually phasing out the self-assessment tax return and replacing it with an individual tax account pre-populated with data supplied by employers, pension companies and State Pension figures...
  • 27 October 2017

    Tax relief: Get smart and save money

    With the tax man taking an even bigger chunk than ever of your wealth, now is the time to seek specialist tax advice to help you save money. HM Revenue...
  • 10 October 2017

    Too many SMEs not claiming key tax relief

    Three in five (57 per cent) of small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in the South West are unaware they can claim tax relief on premises they own.   According...
  • 6 October 2017

    Hammond hints at tax rise

    Philip Hammond has indicated that he could raise taxes in his Budget next month. When asked whether he will raise taxes to implement strategies such as increasing state employees’ wages...
  • 6 October 2017

    Families hit by IHT liabilities

    British families paid £2.4 billion in inheritance tax (IHT) in the first five months of the current tax year - nearly a fifth more than in the same period in...
  • 3 October 2017

    HMRC prosecutes 1,135 tax offenders

    HM Revenue & Customs issued 1,135 prosecutions for tax offences last year, according to research by Thomson Reuters.   With an increased focus on investigating the “bigger ticket” tax evasions...
  • 27 September 2017

    R&D support grants bring exceptional returns

    The Enterprise Research Centre has found that Research & Development (R&D) grants have boosted the economy by £43 billion, returning £5 for every £1 of taxpayer support.   The study...
  • 19 September 2017

    HMRC collects billions in APN tax

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) recovered £1.3 billion in disputed tax last year from individuals and small businesses under the “accelerated payment notice” initiative (APN), up by a fifth on...
  • 8 September 2017

    Tax paid by non-doms tops £9bn

    Non-domiciled taxpayers (non-doms) in the UK paid more than £9 billion of income, capital gains tax and national insurance in 2014-15, figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) reveal. There...
  • 31 August 2017

    Surge in IHT receipts

    The latest official figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) show total inheritance tax (IHT) receipts are up by 6 per cent to £11.2 billion on the same time last...
  • 22 August 2017

    Increase in dawn raids by HMRC

    Dawn raids on suspected tax evaders by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have increased 34 per cent in the last five years, from 499 in 2011-2012 to 669 in 2016-2017,...
  • 17 August 2017

    Bereaved savers miss out on Isa tax breaks

    An investigation by the Mail has found that bereaved savers are in danger of missing out on a new tax break due to a lack of information. Widows, widowers and...
  • 25 July 2017

    HMRC collects 'record' £29bn in tax clampdown

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has collected an extra £29 billion from its crackdown on tax avoiders, according to its 2016/17 annual report. The taxman marks its seventh consecutive year...
  • 17 July 2017

    MTD rollout delayed to 2020

    HMRC has moved the launch date of the Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Business programme until at least 2020 in a move which will enable three million of the UK's...
  • 30 June 2017

    Tax clampdown to bring in £1.5bn

    The Government is set to bring in an extra £1.5bn in tax from small business owners this year, according to recent research. The extra income follows a clampdown on Entrepreneurs'...
  • 23 June 2017

    Inheritance tax receipts push past £5 billion

    A record £5.1 billion has been collected by HM Revenue & Customs through inheritance tax (IHT) receipts this year. According to the findings, the jump of 9 per cent on...
  • 14 June 2017

    ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ risks tax trap

    Nearly half (47 per cent) of parents and grandparents do not understand the tax rules around gifting, with almost three quarters (73 per cent) admitting they find the rules 'very...
  • 14 June 2017

    Warning over rebate tax scam

    Taxpayers are being warned to ignore scam text messages claiming to be from HMRC following a spate of attempted frauds. ‘You have an outstanding tax refund of 265.84 GBP for...
  • 6 June 2017

    Record numbers paying highest rate of tax

    A record number of people are now paying the highest rate of income tax, according to HMRC's Income Tax Liabilities Statistics report. By the end of this tax year, 364,000...
  • 26 May 2017

    Prioritising science and innovation

    Director of Science Policy at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), Dr Jo Reynolds, says that, whoever wins the UK election on 8 June, science and innovation will continue to...
  • 15 May 2017

    Inheritance tax planning is more than tax

    A recent study has found that “millions of over 55’s” are now attaching conditions to legacies to protect their family’s wealth should their children divorce at some time in the...
  • 20 October 2016

    Taxman benefitting from lack of IHT awareness

    According to a new survey by insurer Canada Life, three fifths of people who face a potential Inheritance Tax (IHT) bill fail to realise their estate may be liable. More...
  • 28 October 2016

    UK car industry grows

    The UK car industry is racing ahead, with almost 160,000 vehicles built last month and more than one million cars exported in 2016, the highest since records began in 1995....
  • 1 November 2016

    Unwitting business leaders personally responsible for VAT

    Businesses and their directors could be penalised for employees going behind their back and undertaking fraudulent actions if they “knew or should have known their transactions were connected with fraud”....
  • 21 November 2016

    Autumn Statement 2016

    The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, will deliver his Autumn Statement to Parliament on Wednesday 23 November at 12:30pm with a focus on preparing the economy for the "challenges that will lie...
  • 21 November 2016

    Investors in film schemes face bankruptcy

    At least 70 per cent of investors who put cash into film investment schemes are facing financial ruin. The statement, issued by a representative of hundreds of investors in the...
  • 22 November 2016

    Government pledges investment in British business and R&D

    Prime Minister announces review to address lack of long-term capital investment and encourage research and development (R&D) Prime Minister Theresa May spoke yesterday at the Confederation of British Industry annual...
  • 25 November 2016

    Autumn Statement 2016: The impact on UK SMEs

    In his first major fiscal statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday, 24 November, the Chancellor Philip Hammond, acknowledged the "sharp challenges ahead", but pledged a post-Brexit economy "that...
  • 8 December 2016

    HMRC calls for football tax review

    The chief executive of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), Jon Thompson, has told MPs he would like to see a review into the way footballers reduce their tax bills by...
  • 13 January 2017

    Fifth of UK’s large firms investigated

    According to a recent survey by YouGov for law firm Allen & Overy, nearly a fifth of Britain's large corporations have been subject to a dawn raid by tax investigators...
  • 13 January 2017

    Warning - HMRC scam email

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is warning of an email scam whereby fraudsters are targeting those completing their tax returns, by sending fake emails asking them to create a "government...
  • 25 January 2017

    ICAEW: HMRC service levels not improving

    An ICAEW poll shows that, despite HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) saying they are committed to improving customer service, 55 per cent of its members do not trust HMRC to...
  • 26 January 2017

    UK manufacturing “firing on all cylinders”

    The latest quarterly CBI Industrial Trends Survey shows that the UK manufacturing sector is performing well, with domestic orders rising at their fastest rate since July 2014 (+16 per cent)...
  • 27 January 2017

    HMRC told to get tough on high net worth individuals

    The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) says the government must take tougher stance on taxing the very wealthy, saying that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is failing to properly pursue Britain’s...
  • 1 February 2017

    Significant rise in fines for inaccurate returns

    HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) issued a record number of fines in 2016 to taxpayers who made mistakes on their returns. According to recent figures, the Revenue imposed 143,000 penalties...
  • 6 February 2017

    Mitigating inheritance tax

    Recent predictions by Law firm Wilsons, show the number of people liable to pay inheritance tax (IHT) will rise by 15 per cent to 30,000 in 2017, nearly double the...
  • 8 February 2017

    UK taxes to hit 30-year high

    The tax burden is set to rise to its highest level in over 30 years, according to a report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). The IFS Green Budget...
  • 13 February 2017

    CBI urges Government to back business growth

    The CBI’s Budget submission letter* to the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, calls on Government to back businesses’ growth ambitions in order to build greater prosperity across the UK. The letter also...
  • 21 February 2017

    CGT investigations earn HMRC an extra £140 million

    According to research from law firm Collyer Bristow, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) collected an additional £140 million from investigations into unpaid capital gains tax (CGT) over the last financial...
  • 28 February 2017

    IHT break – families could miss out

    A report published by the Telegraph says that many people who established trusts as a way of limiting inheritance tax (IHT) liabilities risk losing out on a valuable new tax...
  • 7 March 2017

    SMMT: New car market holds steady

    The UK's new car market held steady in February with figures showing a slight dip (-0.3 per cent to 83,115 units) compared to the same month in 2016, according to...
  • 14 March 2017

    More must be done to commercialise UK R&D

    The world-class research and development (R&D) carried out across UK universities needs more investment from British businesses, a new report by MPs indicates. Stephen Metcalfe, MP and Science and Technology...
  • 21 March 2017

    Chancellor reverses decision on NIC rise

    Following the announcement in the recent Spring Budget of plans to raise National Insurance Contributions (NIC) for the self-employed, the Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced in an open letter to...
  • 28 March 2017

    HMRC now even tougher on taxpayers

    Latest research shows that in the past year HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has almost doubled the amount it pays to private sector debt collectors to chase those who have...
  • 28 March 2017

    Dividend tax restrictions to hit 90,000

    Following the Chancellor’s announcement of changes to the Dividend Tax Allowance, due in April 2018, new research by the Share Centre suggests that tens of thousands of people could see...
  • 2 May 2017

    What next for UK taxation?

    In the run up to the general election there will be the usual opinion, comment, claim and counterclaim as to what changes to UK taxation the next government will make....
  • 2 May 2017

    Tax investigations

    Tax officials have raided the grounds of football clubs Newcastle United and West Ham United. It is understood that the HMRC investigations concern transfers between English and French clubs, image...
  • 4 May 2017

    Complaints about HMRC

    The adjudicator’s office at HMRC is reported to have a huge backlog. Tax payers who submit disputes about their tax bills could wait for up to twelve months for a...
  • 4 May 2017

    Inheritance tax planning

    After the local elections on 4 May, we can expect the political campaigning for the general election to move up a gear. In that run up, the Labour party has...
  • 27 September 2016

    Lobby group urges government to relax EIS rules

    The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) has said the rules governing tax-efficient enterprise investment schemes (EISs) should be eased following the Brexit vote to boost investment in early-stage companies. According...
  • 21 September 2016

    Dramatic increase in CGT paid by Britons

    The 2016 Tax Action report from Unbiased.co.uk and Prudential shows that individuals in the UK are paying dramatically increased amounts of capital gains tax (CGT) at a cost of £208m...
  • 12 September 2016

    Chancellor dismisses pledge to cut corporation tax

    According to Chancellor Philip Hammond, his predecessor George Osborne's plan to cut corporation tax to 15 per cent was merely a suggestion, indicating that he has no intention of doing...
  • 2 September 2016

    The use of trusts to minimise IHT

    There have been a number of articles in the press recently about the use of trusts in order to minimise Inheritance Tax (IHT) liabilities. The structuring of trusts is a...
  • 1 September 2016

    Salary sacrifice review may push up tax bills

    Employee tax bills could rise, after ministers launched a consultation paper looking at salary sacrifice deals with employers. The paper, which covers cars, healthcare, phones and computers, outlines plans to...
  • 30 August 2016

    Tax ruling could see contractors out of pocket

    If the Government goes ahead with planned tax changes for the self-employed, more than half of the 26,000 Personal Service Companies will leave public sector work, according to the Association...
  • 29 August 2016

    Increase in requests for advice on IHT

    There have been a number of enquiries recently from people seeking advice on Inheritance Tax Planning (IHT), as there is ongoing confusion surrounding the impact of the proposal to increase...
  • 25 August 2016

    Barrister’s Pension Contributions

    Barrister’s Pension Contributions Article published in Barrister Magazine and Barrister Lifestyle blog – August/September 2016 Opinions vary on the benefits of pensions. With falling annuity rates, some no longer regard...
  • 22 August 2016

    Tax avoidance clampdown concerns

    There have been many reports in the press recently about HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) cracking down on tax avoidance by targeting financial advisers and accountants who manage avoidance schemes....
  • 16 August 2016

    Small businesses win digital tax exemption from HMRC

    The Chairman of the Commons Treasury Committee, Andrew Tyrie, has welcomed HMRC’s decision to exempt the smallest businesses and landlords from new plans to make tax reporting digital, as has...
  • 16 August 2016

    HMRC proposes penalty point and late payment system

    The new “penalty point system” proposed by HMRC will see those late in submitting information about their tax affairs being fined £100 after four offences, with each additional point resulting...
  • 12 August 2016

    Inheritance Tax - The "avoidable tax"

    In light of the recent death of Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, the sixth Duke of Westminster, inheritance tax (IHT) is once again hot on the news agenda. Whilst most of us...
  • 28 July 2016

    Baby boomers not planning to leave inheritance

    Study findings published this week show that baby boomers, those born in the years following World War II, when there was a temporary marked increase in the birth rate, are...
  • 27 July 2016

    IHT receipts forecast to reach record high

    With inheritance tax (IHT) receipts forecast to reach a record high of £4.6bn in the 2015/16 tax year, it's no wonder that more and more families are seeking advice on...
  • 26 July 2016

    Thousands miss out on IHT breaks

    The government announced in last year's Budget that new, more generous Inheritance Tax (IHT) rules will be introduced in April 2017. Campaigners, however, believe this is too long, saying that...
  • 19 July 2016

    HMRC risks losing confidence through digital shift

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has said that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) risks losing the confidence of businesses and individuals after it overestimated the number of staff reductions made...
  • 18 July 2016

    Warning issued about phishing emails from HMRC

    A warning has been issued about phishing emails or texts claiming to be from HMRC. This comes ahead of the deadline, which is 31 July, to make advance payments towards...
  • 14 July 2016

    Corporation tax cuts questioned

    The Chancellor is gone on record to say that he wants to bring down the UK’s corporation tax rate to 15 per cent in order to demonstrate that Britain is...
  • 8 July 2016

    Third of tax paid by London, study reveals

    London is the number one taxpayer since the financial crash in 2008, a study by thinktank Centre for Cities* has revealed. With Londoners paying almost as much tax as the...
  • 6 July 2016

    Call on R&D tax credits to be doubled

    In his five-point Brexit economic strategy, sent in a letter this week to the Telegraph, business secretary Sajid Javid’s has stated a wish for HMRC's Research and Development (R&D) tax...
  • 20 June 2016

    Tax planning is always key

    A recent article in The Times argues that the main cost of inflation is not economic, but taxation related. If the tax bands are not indexed linked, then those with...
  • 15 June 2016

    Manufacturing growth fastest in four years

    BBC Office for National Statistics (ONS) latest figures show positive news for the manufacturing sector which, as a result of a slowdown in the economy, has been dealt a number...
  • 8 June 2016

    The Future of Inheritance Tax

    The Guardian A recent report by the Pru suggests that Inheritance Tax (IHT) may soon be a thing of the past, with research indicating that fewer than three in 10...
  • 15 March 2016

    Tax Planning in 2016 for Owner Managed Businesses

    Despite the increased rate of taxation, running your own business can still be very rewarding, provided the right structures are in place. Here we discuss some options to help Owner...
  • 8 July 2015

    July 2015 Budget - summary

    In the 2015 Summer Budget delivered on the 8th July 2015, the Chancellor George Osborne announced the following key tax measures;   Corporation tax rate to be cut to 19%...
  • 19 March 2015

    UK Budget 2015

    In the 2015 UK Budget delivered on the 18th March 2015, the Chancellor George Osborne announced the following tax and financial measures;  an increase in the personal tax allowance to...
  • 4 December 2014

    Autumn Statement

    In the 2014 UK Autumn Statement delivered on 3 December 2014, the Chancellor announced the following; •    Personal Tax Free Allowance raised to £10,600 from April 2015 •    High rate...
  • 23 May 2014

    EIS – A Legal & Ethical Tax Haven

    An investment in an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) or Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) is not for the fainthearted. Shares which fit the criteria for either of these schemes are...
  • 19 March 2014

    Budget 2014

    In the 2014 UK Budget delivered on the 19th March 2014, the Chancellor announced the following business tax measures; •    a doubling of the AIA (Annual Investment Allowance) from £250,000...
  • 28 November 2013

    Tax Strategies 2013/14

    We live in a world of complex and ever-changing tax legislation, in which making the most of your money and achieving your financial goals requires careful and expert advice. Through...
  • 16 October 2013

    Autumn Statement 2013

    The Autumn Statement 2013 will be made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne on Thursday 5 December 2013. The statement provides an update on the government's plans for...
  • 21 March 2013

    Beavis Morgan Budget Commentary

    The Chancellor George Osborne delivered his 3rd full Budget to the House of Commons yesterday. It was designed to support an aspiration nation? We'll find out in time if that...
  • 6 December 2012

    Autumn Statement

    As expected, the Chancellor has produced a statement which will not cheer many in time for Christmas. With the extension of austerity measures until 2018 it looks at present to...
  • 31 May 2012

    Tax Strategies for 2012/13

    We live in a world of complex and ever-changing tax legislation, in which making the most of your money and achieving your financial goals requires careful and expert advice. Through...
  • 22 March 2012

    Beavis Morgan Budget Commentary

    George Osborne delivered his third Budget announcing wide reaching reforms to the tax system to reward work and support growth. His desire is for a fairer, more efficient and simpler...
  • 19 January 2012

    Tax Exam Results

    We are pleased to announce some excellent results for the tax team here at Beavis Morgan with examinations passed both with the Chartered Institute of Taxation and Association of Taxation...
  • 29 November 2011

    Autumn Statement

    The Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered his Autumn Statement on Tuesday 29 November 2011. The Autumn Statement replaces the previously entitled “Pre Budget Report”. Our full commentary
  • 24 March 2011

    Beavis Morgan Budget Commentary

    George Osborne has delivered his second budget speech aimed at achieving strong, sustainable and balanced growth. The budget was intended to be fiscally neutral and not a "tax raising" budget...