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Claiming trading losses can generate significant tax savings for both companies and unincorporated businesses. This temporary extension to the rules currently allows losses to be carried back for up to three years prior to the loss-making year rather than the standard 12 months. Here we provide a summary of the rules for both companies and unincorporated businesses.
Selling a property can be stressful at the best of times. To add to the complexities, you might then need to deal with your Capital Gains Tax (CGT) obligations immediately following completion. This article lists some frequently asked questions which may assist you in determining your obligations.
If you are looking to purchase a new vehicle and are considering going electric, the government are offering a grant of up to £2,500 giving an automatic discount against the cost of the vehicle.
In this article we are exploring some of the options available to you when you decide to exit your business. You have created a business and lifestyle that is a going concern, but it is time for you to pass on the reins, sell the business, retire, or just do something else. There is much to consider, let’s take a look at the options…
When a corporate entity purchases a residential property costing more than £500,000 there is an additional SDLT corporate surcharge of 15% applied to the transaction. One exemption from the 15% surcharge is based on the property not being occupied by a shareholder, Director, or other such persons.
We are so excited to announce that Chemmy Alcott will be our speaker at the next SportsAid Lunch at the Old Albanian Sports Club on 19th November 2021. This is a great opportunity for you to network, enjoy a relaxed lunch and listen to an inspirational speaker, whilst raising valuable funds for SportsAid to help the next generation of young athletes who are giving everything to represent their country in the future.