Ellie MacKenzie

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Charging rent for business premises - A CGT pitfall by Mark McLaughlin

Mark McLaughlin warns that company shareholders who personally own the trading premises and charge their company rent for occupying it to achieve income tax and National Insurance contributions... Read more

Accountex 2016 Highlights

May 2016 brought our 4th year attendance at the annual Accountex show at the Excel centre in London. This event is for Accountancy professionals from all divisions in the sector and this year over... Read more

Property Tax – Why can’t corporate landlords deduct their finance costs in calculating their profits? by Satwaki Chanda

Did you know that a corporate landlord can’t deduct its borrowing costs when calculating the profits of its rental business? Don’t believe me? Well, it’s true. And in this article we are going to... Read more

A new investors’ relief by Rebecca Cave

In the Budget on 16 March 2016 the Chancellor outlined yet another relief designed to reduce the tax payable on gains made on the disposal of shares: Investors’ Relief. Read more

Budget 2016 Summary

A review of some of the key announcements in the 2016 Budget. Read more

Practical Pension Scheme Accounting: Are you up to date?

The new pensions SORP is now in place and Crowe Clark Whitehill are authors of “Practical Pension Scheme Accounting”, a book that provides guidance on the implementation of the new SORP requirements.... Read more

Incorporation and the dividend tax regime

Mark McLaughlin points out that the proposed new dividend tax regime should not necessarily be seen as a stumbling block for unincorporated business owners seeking to incorporate, but that any... Read more

Mistake and rectification

When Peter Robin Hood Hastings-Bass died, he gave rise to the principle that robbing the rich - the Inland Revenue in those days - to assist the relatively poor - his family - could be successful,... Read more

The 3% SDLT surcharge on second homes

Over Christmas the Treasury issued their promised consultation document on the 3% SDLT surcharge that comes into effect on 1 April 2016. Read more

Review of the Year 2015. The Highs and the Lows...

Nick Parkes, Founder of Parkes Content Services and creator of Bloomsbury Professional’s Tax Planner Interactive product Read more

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