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Factsheets are a library of concise summaries of information.
Factsheets are a library of concise summaries of information. Click on the links below to access the relevant topics. Please contact us if we can provide further help and guidance.
This group of factsheets covers taxes on the disposal, generally by way of sale, of capital assets and the taxes due on death.
The taxation issues you need to consider for both unincorporated and corporate businesses.
Concise summaries of information on employment law related topics relevant to both employers and employees.
Concise information on the tax issues relevant to both employers and employees.
Issues to consider when running your own business.
Concise information on ICT matters.
Pensions are an important consideration for all and become more so the older you get but what are the rules?
Concise information on a variety of topics relevant to an individual.
A round up of some specialist areas from Money Laundering to Charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs.
The issues to consider when starting up in business.
The VAT issues you need to consider when running your business.
04 Feb 2021
HMRC has revealed that more than 10.7 million taxpayers submitted their 2019/20 Self Assessment tax returns by the 31 January deadline.
HMRC has published the names of 139 named companies that failed to pay minimum wages amounting to £6.7 million to over 95,000 workers.
Finance Secretary Kate Forbes delivered the 2021/22 Scottish Draft Budget on Thursday 28 January 2021, setting out the Scottish Government's financial and tax plans.
As part of the Scottish Budget, Finance Secretary Kate Forbes also announced changes to Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) which apply from 1 April 2021.
The government has announced that employers can now apply for a £1,000 bonus, a cash boost, to help them take on new trainees.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has urged the government to raise the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) threshold to avoid it affecting basic-rate taxpayers for the first time in April 2021.