Against the backdrop of a cost-of-living crisis, a near-stagnant economy and a looming election, the 2023 Autumn Statement was seen to reflect a pivotal moment in the UK’s economic trajectory.
As Jeremy Hunt stepped up to the dispatch box for his second Autumn Statement as Chancellor of the Exchequer, the nation’s attention was firmly fixed on potential tax cuts.
In our report, we provide a comprehensive overview of the Chancellor’s key announcements, guiding you through the intricacies of the latest fiscal changes and dissecting the impact on businesses and individuals alike.
If your business deferred VAT payments for the February, March or April 2020 VAT returns, HMRC has issued updated guidance in relation to the repayment of these outstanding amounts.
Detailed guidance regarding the extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Just a fortnight after a summer statement Chancellor Rishi Sunak insisted wasn’t a ‘mini-Budget’, the Government has slipped out a raft of policy statements on the eve of parliamentary recess – including big news about Making Tax Digital.
There are many ways to reduce or eliminate the inheritance tax payable on your estate without using trusts.
But for some, especially if you are very wealthy, they may not be enough. For others, the control that trusts give over who benefits from your wealth, and how, is vital for estate planning.
A summary of the announcements made in the chancellors mini-budget on 8th July 2020.
In advance of SEISS applications opening tomorrow, we have prepared the attached update and guidance to ensure that our Self-Employed (sole trader and partnership) clients and contacts are fully prepared to claim the grant.
The Welsh Government has announced a new support package for the sport and creative sector in Wales to help mitigate the impact of Coronavirus.
Please read our guide detailing the recent updates to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.