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With property being one of the most reliable investments around in a period of historic low-interest, many money-savvy people these days end up owning additional properties. They might rent them out, live in them or simply sit on them to sell on when the time is right. Whatever your reason for owning multiple residential properties,[…]
Last March, one of the headline-grabbing measures announced in what will be the only Budget speech of 2020 surrounded what we knew as entrepreneurs’ relief. The relief was designed to be an incentive for entrepreneurs to start a new business by reducing the amount of capital gains tax payable when the time came to dispose[…]
Congratulations to our Tax Associate Humairah Perager on being voted Employee of the Month by her colleagues for October 2020! Humairah won for always being so helpful, and a great teacher when training staff on new processes. Humairah also received a nomination for how she goes out of her way to help clients, and for[…]
On Friday 30 October, we published an article on the Job Support Scheme (JSS) which was due to come into effect on 1 November. Now that England will enter new National Restrictions from 5 November, the JSS has been withdrawn. Extended Furlough Scheme In its place is a new furlough scheme which will pay employers[…]
The Chancellor announced on 24th September that the Job Retention Scheme is changing to the Job Support Scheme (JSS). This is to support individuals and businesses during the challenges created by coronavirus. It should allow employers to retain their employees in the event of less demand, or a mandatory shutdown. The JSS will be split[…]
Historically, landlords have enjoyed generous income and capital gains tax reliefs which helped make residential property an attractive investment for those looking to add to their monthly incomes or provide for retirement. But over the years the Treasury has eroded these reliefs, both income and capital. You might remember mortgage interest relief at source, which[…]
Congratulations to our Accounts Associate Molly Lunn on being voted Employee of the Month by her colleagues for September 2020! Molly has only recently joined our team and has settled in very well. She won for her willingness to learn, and for demonstrating her engagement with the work during her training. Molly also happily provided[…]
If you are considering moving home in the second half of 2020/21, you are by no means alone. In the month leading up to 8 August 2020, 149,000 properties were put on the market – the highest number since before the financial crash in 2008. This might be attributed to the pent-up demand caused by[…]
The Chancellor has scrapped his Autumn Budget, but this afternoon he set out a series of measures to help businesses over the next six months. All the measures are welcome, and below you can see more detail (taken from the Government website). In summary Rishi Sunak announced the following A new Job Support Scheme where[…]
With everything that’s happened so far this year, it might be easy to forget your obligations to file a tax return for 2019/20 by midnight on 31 January 2021. The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic crisis has caused chaos with businesses up and down the country, most of which closed entirely during April 2020. The[…]