On the morning that the Office for National Statistics announced the latest figures showing inflation at 6.2%, Chancellor Rishi Sunak gave his Spring Statement speech at the dispatch box.
If you’re the director of a limited company, you have a few different options when it comes to taking money out of the company in a tax-efficient way.
Is your current accountant doing right by you at this crunch time? Here are some signs that it might be time to change.
The UK government has altered the tax law around buy-to-let investing considerably in the last few years. For some, it is possible to achieve a more favourable tax position by investing in rental property through a limited company.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Autumn Budget on 27 October 2021, with a host of changes in light of the pandemic and Brexit.
Most UK businesses operate as either sole traders or limited companies – but other structures are available. You might want to consider incorporating your business as a limited liability partnership (LLP).
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.