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What could the Labour and Conservative manifestos mean for business?

With the General Election less than three weeks away, the major players vying to secure a majority government have now released their […]
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Businesses have ‘a decade to drive growth’ with East Midlands Freeport and investment zones

Aiming to create 28,000 jobs for the region and having already secured £175 million of private investment, the now fully operational East […]
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Changes to the High Income Child Benefit Charge threshold

The High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) was a tax charge announced back in 2012 by the then Chancellor George Osborne, with […]
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Theatre Tax Relief Guide

The government first introduced Theatre Tax Relief (TTR) in 2014 to support and encourage the creation of theatrical productions and there are […]
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Duncan & Toplis appoints two new service-line heads

Damon Tunnicliffe has been promoted to Head of Payroll and Graeme Hills has been promoted to Head of Tax.
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Download your tax card for 2024-2025

Our tax card is up-to-date with everything announced in the 2024 Spring Budget, giving you all the key numbers in one place.
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The introduction of Making Tax Digital for landlords and sole traders

Since Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self Assessment - MTD for ITSA for short - was announced back in 2015, HM […]
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How to protect your wealth for future generations

Considering how to financially plan for the future can feel like a daunting and overwhelming task, but one that is vital to […]
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Reduce your tax liability: The taxable benefits of maximising your business' charitable contributions

If your business is a limited company, you’ll have to pay Corporation Tax on your profits - but by making charitable donations, […]
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An unsavoury lesson for food manufacturers: Walkers costly court loss proves VAT rules can’t be contravened

VAT is arguably Britain’s most baffling tax, with 71% of UK VAT-registered businesses arguing that the rules are too complex and hard […]
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Tax relief extended for zero-rated energy-saving materials

As of 1 February 2024, zero-rated VAT relief for the installation of energy-saving materials (EMS) has been extended to include a broader […]
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