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Do sole traders have to register for VAT?

Starting a business as a sole trader comes with many advantages, but it also means that you are personally responsible for your business’s finances. One of these responsibilities includes registering for VAT if your turnover exceeds the threshold set by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

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General Election tax policies

General election tax policies: What to expect

We have summarised the general election tax policies that parties have outlined in their campaigns so you can look out for potential changes.

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P11D form

What you need to know about the P11D form

With the deadline for P11D approaching it is important for employers to know the essential details about P11D forms and benefit in kind.

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Budget announcement

The 2024 UK Budget: Key Points

The 2024 UK Budget was announced on Wednesday, 6th March by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt. It outlines the government’s spending plans, UK tax policies, and economic goals for the coming year as well as introducing changes to existing legislation. In this blog, we will discuss the key points from the 2024 Budget.

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Limited Company Directors: Prepare for Companies House Changes

The beginning of 2024 has seen people who earn extra income through online trading on websites such as eBay, Vinted, etsy and Depop become concerned about the changes to reporting requirements of online marketplaces

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General Election tax policies

Side Hustle Tax: Should You be Worried?

The beginning of 2024 has seen people who earn extra income through online trading on websites such as eBay, Vinted, etsy and Depop become concerned about the changes to reporting requirements of online marketplaces

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General Election tax policies

Don’t Miss the Deadline for Your Self Assessment Tax Return

The deadline for submitting your self assessment tax return for the tax year 2022-23 is approaching soon and ensuring you have sent off your return in advance of this date is important.

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General Election tax policies

Does the Autumn Statement Mean More Take Home Pay?

The Autumn Statement was announced on the 22nd of November by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and it brought along changes to UK national insurance contributions, but crucially there was no mention of income tax cuts that we have come to expect in the year leading to a general election.

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Job expenses – What do you need to know?

At first glance, managing job-related expenses may seem intimidating due to a myriad of rules and regulations that can easily overwhelm employees.

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Autumn Statement: The IR35 Offset Mechanism

As a contractor, navigating the world of taxes and regulations can be overwhelming. With the changes in IR35 legislation over the past few years it has been more challenging for off payroll workers operating through personal service companies (PSCs) to find contracts, due to companies wanting to reduce their use of contractors.

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Autumn Statement 2023: The Key Points

The Autumn Statement 2023 was announced on the 23rd of November by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, bringing with it a range of changes that could impact small businesses and self-employed individuals across the UK.

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Making Tax Digital: Understanding the Basics of MTD

As a business owner you may have heard of Making Tax Digital (MTD), indeed if you are VAT registered then you will be familiar with the requirements that it places upon you.

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