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  1. Blog18th Apr 2024

    Are The Goalposts On Salaried Member Rules Moving?

    What are salaried member rules? The salaried member rules for Limited Liability Partnerships (“LLPs”) were introduced in 2014 to ensure only those members who held a genuine ‘partner’ role were taxed as self-employed individuals, such that those with arrangements closer…

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  2. Blog4th Apr 2024

    Tom Andrew

    Navigate the End of the ‘Furnished Holiday Let’

    The number of Furnished Holiday Lets (FHLs) in the UK has increased in recent years, driven by the ever-growing popularity of UK ‘staycations’.  However, Jeremy Hunt announced in the 2024 Spring Budget that the Furnished Holiday Letting regime will be…

    By Tom Andrew

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  3. Blog13th Mar 2024

    Lock In Tax Relief By Topping Up Your Pension Fund Before 5 April

    Any financial advisor will tell you it’s never too early to start paying into your pension fund, but what many don’t necessarily appreciate is the significant tax savings that can be made whilst also building a secure plan for retirement.…

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  4. Blog11th Mar 2024

    Two Sagars colleagues chatting to each other over a laptop.

    Non-Dom Tax Status Abolished But A New 4-Year Residence Scheme May Soften The Blow

    For someone who has been working in tax for several years, non-domicile tax status and the UK tax breaks this provides has always been a controversial tax policy, no matter what government has been in power and no matter how…

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  5. Blog15th Dec 2023

    Tom Andrew

    Tax Domicile: why is it important & how can your family affect it?

    It goes without saying that family is super important to everyone on so many levels. It usually drives decisions on where someone chooses to live, perhaps leading to an overseas relocation to keep their family close. Your family (usually your…

    By Tom Andrew

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  6. Blog15th Dec 2023

    Self-Assessment Tax Return Deadline is Coming – Tick Tock On The Compliance Clock

    The festive season is on the horizon, and it might be fair to say completing your tax return may not be at top of the priority list, but it’s important to remember the online self-assessment filing deadline of 31 January…

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  7. Blog7th Dec 2023

    Unravelling The Secrets of Tax Codes

    At the beginning of a new financial year, we find ourselves trying to start off on the right foot and ensure our tax affairs are in order. We do this to avoid any nasty surprises at year end or, when…

    By Alison Hirst

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  8. Blog21st Nov 2023

    Tom Andrew

    Autumn Statement – What Changes Can We Expect?

    A lot can change in a year – and after the 2022 Autumn Statement promised wide ranging tax cuts, only for many of the key measures to be swiftly reversed, 2023 could well grab fewer headlines in comparison.  Having said…

    By Tom Andrew

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  9. Blog17th Nov 2023

    Furnished Holiday Lets – Qualifying Conditions & Elections

    To gain the tax advantages of a Furnished Holiday Let (FHL), the property must qualify, and HMRC have a series of qualifying conditions which must be met. If the criteria is still not met, the property will be treated as…

    By Bev Holroyd

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  10. Blog28th Oct 2023

    Would you be ready if HMRC lodged a formal enquiry into your Income Tax Return?

    A tax enquiry is the process by which HMRC check in detail that the information on a tax return is correct and complete. HMRC have the right to make a formal enquiry into every tax return submitted to them. This…

    By Gunhild Dam

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  11. Blog9th Oct 2023

    Charlie Dunning

    What Is The Basis Period Reform For 2023?

    What is the basis period? The basis period is the accounting period on which a business calculates their tax each year.  Ordinarily the basis period on which a business is taxed is the 12 month accounting period that ends within…

    By Charlie Dunning

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  12. Blog5th Oct 2023

    New Spanish Digital Nomad Visa allows access to the very attractive… Beckham tax law

    How does living & working in Spain for up to 5 years, whilst only paying 24% tax sound to you? Spain has always been a ‘go to’ holiday and retirement destination for Brits. The attraction is obvious – what’s not…

    By Charlie Dunning

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