With Brexit, challenging economic times and growing inequality, is it time to give our tax system a complete overhaul? Read what The Independent has to say here.
McPhersons have summarised yesterday’s Budget and our book is available to download here.
From this week customers can call, text or download data on the same basis as they do at home. However, how long will this last for countries choosing to leave the EU? Read.
Last year saw an important change to the way tax-deductible business expenses, which are paid to employees, are dealt with. Until the beginning of the 2016-17 tax year, employers who did not have a dispensation from HM Revenue & Customs
With the clocks now having sprung forward and the new tax year upon us, what better time to give your business’ finances a spring clean? There are a number of steps you can take to ensure that you make the
Figures published recently by the Prudential have shown a significant increase in the total amount put away by UK workers towards their pension pots. UK workers’ pension contributions last year amounted to more than £9.3 billion – a 17 per
If your business only uses one property and that property has a rateable value of less than £12,000, you may be due a Business Rates refund if you have not already claimed small business rate relief. You may also be
With the confusion and uncertainty of the last few months it is easy to forget the upcoming changes to the buy-to-let sector. Landlords who own residential properties as a private individual can currently claim income tax relief on the total
A new survey by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has revealed a staggering lack of knowledge about alternative finance options amongst businesses. The BCC survey of 1,000 businesses has shown that, while 93 per cent of firms were familiar
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced that it is making changes to the deduction of student loan repayments from employees’ pay with the introduction of two types of student loan. These have been referred to as plan one and