If you have a property rental business, you may be running it through a limited company, or you may be running an unincorporated business and wondering whether you should incorporate. There are advantages and disadvantages to incorporation so it is important that you read on.
In this issue we look at IR35, minimum wage payments, Corporation Tax, basis period reforms and ABG’s seminars and webinars for Summer.
A well-designed employee benefits scheme can offer a suite of highly desirable perks without sending your business into the red. They could be the difference between a star candidate choosing you over another firm, or dissuading a current employees from jumping ship.
We all know how important Estate planning is so we asked our Estate Tax Planning and Probate Accounting teams how individuals can prepare themselves and act now, in their lifetime, to protect their estate.
From April 2024, landlords with rental income in excess of £10,000 per annum will need to submit quarterly returns of income and outgoings to HMRC using their Making Tax Digital links.
There are two main R&D tax reliefs: Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) R&D relief, and Research and Development Expenditure Credit.
The Chancellor delivered the Spring Statement on Wednesday 23 March 2022, how will it impact upon you and your business?
In this issue of ABG Times we take a look at tax relief on charitable donations, tax free benefits, taxing of cryptoassets and HMRC tax investigations.
There are many benefits to outsourcing your accounting. Here’s why you should consider bringing in an expert.
For many new or prospective business owners, they will have to choose between running a business as a sole trader or a limited company.
All the useful tax data information for 2022/2023 in one place.
Overseas businesses are opening offices in the UK to make trading easier, but how does the process work? What do you need to know about UK tax?
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