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The Enterprise Management Incentives (EMI) scheme is a tax-advantaged share option scheme that can work particularly well for smaller companies. It has had an unexpectedly chequered history this year, hitting the headlines in April when it ran into problems obtaining continued authorisation from the EU.
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Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV) is on the horizon. There is now less than a year to prepare for this momentous change in the way VAT registered businesses interact with HMRC. We cover this in our front page article.
Cyber security is an increasing problem for business, and according to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018, it exists on an extensive scale.
VAT can seem daunting to the smaller business, not least because of a strict penalty regime. But a good grasp of the basics can help reduce errors and minimise the risk of penalties. This Briefing offers guidance in a number of key areas.
The question of how to pay family members is perennially important. This area can be the subject of scrutiny by HMRC, and our lead article covers a recent tax case where the taxpayer made a number of critical errors jeopardising his claim for tax relief on payments made to his son.
Property letting is a complex area, subject to significant ongoing change. One major development is the restriction on tax relief for landlord interest costs, currently being phased in over a four-year period.
The question of whether to run a business as a limited company is a major decision. In this briefing, we look at some of the points to consider.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his first Spring Statement on Tuesday 13 March 2018.
We look at recent developments in employment law and payroll practice.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) represents a major change in the way taxpayers will interact with HMRC.
Is your business prepared for forthcoming changes in the data protection regime?
Our lead article is of particular relevance to corporate clients, and covers the correct procedure to be followed when making dividend payments. Highlighting some common errors, the article offers guidance on best practice, and how best to avoid challenge from HMRC.
Timing is often the key ingredient in tax planning. The period leading up to the end of the tax year on 5 April is a prime time to take stock of your finances and tax position to minimise liability. As always, we are happy to advise on appropriate action.
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