VAT on Digital Supplies

VAT on Digital Supplies

A new VAT rule came in on New Year’s Day which will specifically affect those of you whose market is in the EU and who supply services digitally. In today’s electronic economy, I’m guessing that this is quite a number of you. Up to now, VAT has been...
Get Your Tax Return In!

Get Your Tax Return In!

HM Revenue & Customs have published a list of the ten most common (and bizarre!) excuses given by tax-payers for not getting their tax return filed online by 31 January. I think my favourite is the fifth one – if Barack Obama has time to spare from running...
When Ceasing In Business Is A Relief!

When Ceasing In Business Is A Relief!

You may have thought from the title that I’m going to be talking about the benefits of retiring – but you’ll have to wait for a later blog for that! Now, if you’re selling your business, or your shares in your business, or your partnership share, then it’s...

The Budget Explained

  Man alive…. It’s number 5!  Osborne achieves a full house with his 5th budget.   Mr. Osborne delivered his budget to support a resilient economy with targeted help for the makers, doers and savers and more specifically for bingo playing, beer drinking house...

Mr Osborne’s Breath of Autumn

  It’s a week since the Chancellor let us all into his revised plans for the future – and although he acknowledged that a slow – very slow!  – economic recovery has started, he obviously wasn’t in a mood to give much away – no surprise...

Anything Goes At Christmas!

  It’s the season of good cheer and you decide to have a seasonal event for both employees and customers – happy in the knowledge that it’s all tax-free and normal policies are suspended. Well, it’s Christmas isn’t it?   So let’s have a look at a possible...