January 2018: Navigating the devolution revolution - Scotland and Wales unveil draft Budget proposals
Find out about the changes to the Scottish rate of income tax (SRIT).
The oncoming summer can allow businesses the time and opportunity to renovate their premises, but consideration should be given to the financial implications – especially if you want to maximise the available tax reliefs.
Now is the time to ensure that your business and personal finances are as tax-efficient as possible.
In the 2013 Budget, Chancellor George Osborne announced plans to introduce a new Employment Allowance designed to reduce the employer national insurance liability for businesses and charities, and to encourage businesses to expand and take on new staff.
A robust financial planning strategy should include a tax-efficient estate plan. If your estate is large it could be subject to inheritance tax (IHT). However, even if it is small, planning and a well-drafted Will can help to ensure that your assets will be distributed in accordance with your wishes. IHT is currently payable where a person’s taxable estate is in excess of £325,000.
An outline of the highlights from the 2014 Budget Statement.
This factsheet provides an update on some of the recent developments most likely to affect charities and other not-for-profit organisations.
From 2016, a new single-tier state pension will replace the existing two-part system.
Key tips for raising business finance.