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) may be due when you sell a second home or a property that has not been...
Landlords of furnished holiday accommodation qualify for tax breaks if their property is available...
All tax credit claimants should have received their renewal pack by 4 June 2021. If you have not...
Umbrella companies employ temporary workers such as contractors on behalf of employment agencies...
Jonathan Walton and Owen Kyffin of Whitley Stimpson shared their knowledge on UK trusts and how they can be used as an effective tax planning tool in B4’s The Business Brunch.
Jonathan Walton and Owen Kyffin of Whitley Stimpson shared their knowledge of Research and Development (R&D) tax relief and the benefits for SMEs in B4’s The Business Brunch.
Stuart Haigh, director at Whitley Stimpson, is retiring after more than 35 years in accountancy.
On 7 April 2021, HMRC will be unplugging its “VAT XML” filing system for organisations that are voluntarily registered for VAT, but who are not yet signed up for Making Tax Digital (MTD).
HMRC will be increasing the validation checks relating to the fourth round of Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grants in an effort to combat fraudulent claims.
A National Insurance number scam has emerged with many receiving fraudulent calls in a bid to steal personal information for malicious purposes.
Two more grants under the self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) will soon be made available, capped at £7,500 each
HMRC has announced that they will use a new points based system to encourage taxpayers to submit MTD updates on time.
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