Firm news, tax planning and finance blogs by our team
We know how important it is for you to be able to find up to date business information, and our people love to share their knowledge about the news, and accounting and tax legislation. Here you will find links to our latest press releases, as well as tax planning and finance blog posts – all written by the Whitley Stimpson team, so you can read our take on topical subjects, and use our advice to help you to run your business. We have also shared the odd blog post or two about what we get up to in our communities, because we are proud to be a part of the areas where we live and work, and to support them where we can.
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Capital gains tax (CGT) rules on residential property are being tightened from April 2020, so farmers and landowners should consider completing any planned sales before this deadline, advises experts at Whitley Stimpson.
Operating a payroll can be both time consuming and complicated, and the introduction of Pensions Auto-enrolment has increased the burden on employers, heightening the potential risk of penalties for non-compliance or late submissions.
Nowhere to hide: why HMRC’s Connect system means keeping your tax affairs in order is more important than ever before
Recent reports have shown that HMRC’s sophisticated automated information system, Connect, is being used increasingly frequently to identify income and gains that have not been declared for tax purposes, and the amount of information that HMRC can access to check whether an individual or business is evading tax is growing all the time.
For the first time in years, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) exceeded its average five-minute waiting time per call target in 2019.
SME’s with legacy IT systems have been given a further year to comply with complex new digital tax rules
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) introduced the new Making Tax Digital (MTD) programme in April 2019. Since then, most self-employed people and business owners with a turnover above the £85,000 VAT threshold have been forced to file their returns online using specialised software.
Whitley Stimpson are hosting a late afternoon seminar about the long-awaited Budget 2020.
Whitley Stimpson are hosting a lunchtime seminar about the long-awaited Budget 2020.
Whitley Stimpson are hosting a breakfast seminar about the long-awaited Budget 2020.
Brethertons Solicitors are hosting a new webinar ‘Preparing Your Business For Sale’ with our very own Ian Parker speaking alongside Brethertonians Lisa Jarrett and Brian Auld.
Following the self-assessment filing deadline we are seeing another wave of scam emails claiming to be from HMRC and advising a repayment is due.
Experts at Whitley Stimpson are urging couples to act now to see if they could get a £900 tax rebate before it’s too late.
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