In our previous blog post, we looked at how HMRC, the UK tax authority, uses the terms ‘resident’, ‘non–resident’ and ‘domiciled’ to describe the situation of people living in the country. Each term has a specific meaning relating to your tax liability, so you need...
Your tax liabilities will depend on whether you’re a non-domiciled UK resident or a domiciled one. Here’s what you need to be doing.
If you’re moving to the UK to start a new life, pre-immigration tax planning is essential. Here, we go through some of the basics.
With SEISS and CJRS beginning to wind up for what we are being assured really is the final time, UK business owners are left with some decisions to make around staffing, cashflow and business planning.
From 1 January 2021, new customs procedures apply to trade between UK countries and the EU. The way VAT is accounted for has also changed. Here, in plain English, is the essential information you need to know.
A new 2% SDLT surcharge is now required from non-UK residents buying residential property. Here’s everything you need to know.