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The deadline for the recovery loan scheme is 31 December 2021, so make sure you apply soon to ensure you get it.
Selling old belongings on eBay or something you recently bought for a quick profit? When does selling items on the website become a taxable trade? Here’s everything you need to know.
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2020/21 Income Tax returns and The SEISS
October 1, 2021
Three grants worth up to £21,570 are taxable.
Insider October 2021
October 1, 2021
Curtain comes down on stamp duty land tax holiday, the government launches a new trust registration service and the rise of electric vehicles could create a £30bn tax hole
Accounting for Charities and Non-Profits
September 5, 2021
How the third sector is assessed for tax.
Insider September 2021
September 4, 2021
The deadline approaches for the fifth and final self employed grant, one in five UK employers consider making redundancies and capital gains tax receipts climb 3% to record-high.
Starting a New Business after Covid-19
August 3, 2021
How new businesses can grow and flourish.
Insider August 2021
August 2, 2021
Employer costs increase as furlough comes to an end and lower stamp duty land tax threshold in place until October.
Tax Planning for Residential Landlords
July 2, 2021
After a challenging year for the UK’s residential landlords, you might have read about improvements to the buy-to-let mortgage market
Insider July 2021
July 1, 2021
Sweeping VAT reforms in the EU will affect the UK's online retailers, families hit with big bills after believing gifts would not be taxed and OTS considers bringing the end of the tax year forward.
Costs you can reclaim on the business
June 3, 2021
If you’re self-employed, your business will rack up various running costs throughout 2021/22. Some of those you’re able to deduct as allowable expenses.
Insider June 2021
June 2, 2021
The deadline approaches for SME Brexit support grant, employers are reminded to issue childcare vouchers and HMRC seeks to remove VAT repayment supplement.
Tax Implications of Furnished Holiday Lets
May 10, 2021
COVID-19 prompts high demand for UK holidays and many people are planning to enjoy domestic holidays this summer.
Insider May 2021
May 5, 2021
HMRC brings in four new measures affecting the construction industry scheme cracking down on tackling abuse of the scheme, VAT-Registered firms start using digital links under MTD and workplace pension contributions bounce back after slump.
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