What are ULEVs?
November 11, 2021

ULEV expands to Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. It is an acronym that we will see on a more frequent basis as climate issues climb in importance.

Most families have cars, some use commercial vehicles. The majority are presently fuelled by...

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Chips are down
November 10, 2021

Mention the words chips to most people and fried potatoes would come to mind.

 

Suggesting that there is a growing shortage of chips would no doubt generate a stampede to the local supermarkets. This sudden...

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Tired of slow internet connectivity?
November 4, 2021

In a recent press release the government confirmed that more than 500,000 rural homes in the UK are to receive access to better broadband plans. They said:

 

• 570,000 more rural premises in line for best broadband...

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Budget planning opportunities
November 3, 2021

It was difficult to find any changes proposed in the budget last week that gave rise to great optimism or that swept away the nagging feeling that we are not out of the woods just yet.

We have summarised below some of the issues that...

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Tax Diary November/December 2021
November 2, 2021

1 November 2021 - Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 January 2021.

19 November 2021 - PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended 5 November 2021. (If you pay your tax electronically the due date is 22 November...

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Budget 27 October 2021
November 2, 2021

We now know the Chancellor’s preferred strategy for plugging any hole in the UK’s finances is by tweaking taxation and using the proceeds to pay-back government borrowings.

Various government departments will also need to...

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Company filing dates
November 2, 2021

In most cases, the statutory filing date for a Corporation Tax return is twelve months after the end of the relevant accounting period.

HMRC considers reasonable excuse to be something that stops a company from meeting a tax obligation...

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Self-assessment tax deadline approaching
November 2, 2021

There are still two ways to submit your self-assessment tax return.

Most taxpayers chose to file electronically, and if we file your tax return, this is the way we would file on your behalf. If you do file electronically, the filing...

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Changes in VAT rates for hospitality traders
November 2, 2021

The temporary reduced rate of VAT (5%), introduced to assist qualifying hospitality trades disrupted by COVID lockdown measures, was increased to 12.5% on 1 October 2021. Based on present information, from 31 March 2022, this 12.5% rate will...

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Autumn Budget 2021 Summary
October 28, 2021

As with the Spring Budget 2021, much of the detail for the Autumn Budget had been leaked to the press prior to the official report to parliament, 27th October 2021.

But we now have all the details and, as usual, there is much to...

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