As accountants, we are often asked about the financial and tax implications of buying a second home. Sometimes the pull of
If you are a female entrepreneur in the UK, you can now access a new resource designed to help you access the finance you need to start, grow, and scale your
With our personal and work lives now requiring us to have so many passwords, it is difficult to keep coming up with new passwords.
The news is currently full of reports on the general election, so much so that you may be inclined to switch off rather than hear any more about it!
The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Act has become law and will affect owners of freeholds for leasehold properties as well as house builders. The new reforms mean that leaseholders no longer
The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 brought in reforms to Companies House procedures and powers with the first phase applying from 4 March 2024.
The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act has now received Royal Assent and become law in the UK.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued its updated guidance on salaried members in limited liability partnerships (LLPs), in relation to capital contributions.  
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned that a new wave of fraudulent text messages is targeting taxpayers using iPhones, claiming that recipients are owed
As of 1st May 2024, Companies House has implemented revised fees, marking a significant change in the cost structure for various services.  
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has recently announced new Advisory Fuel Rates (AFRs) that will take effect from 1 June 2024.  These changes include a reduction in the Advisory Electric Rate (AER) for electric vehicles
The Treasury Committee has warned about the negative impacts of unfair banking practices and inadequate financial regulation on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The report, stemming from an inquiry into SME access to finance,
Updated guidance has been issued by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to help employers. The guidance provides advice on what employers can do to prevent pregnancy and maternity discrimination at work.
A new service has been launched to help employers and managers with employee health and disability. The guidance contained in the service will help in supporting employees and to understand any legal requirements.
New planning laws that have come into force simplify the conversion of unused farm buildings into new homes, farm shops, and gyms. These changes aim to help farmers diversify and expand their businesses
Measures to support farmers and help the UK’s farming and food sector grow were announced last week by the government. The support package is designed to support domestic food production
While commenting on the GDP growth and what it indicates about the economy, the Prime Minister again drew attention to National Insurance. The article released by the Prime Minister’s
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have released figures showing that 295,250 Self Assessment tax returns were filed in the first week of the new tax year. Almost 70,000 were filed on the first day – April 6th. Tax returns do not need to be filed until 31 January 2025,

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