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Smelling of Roses

The Chelsea Flower Show is perhaps an unlikely casualty of Brexit. But with a number of key sponsors – like the Daily Telegraph, Brewin Dolphin, L’Occitane and Harrods – pulling out, this year there will be just 8 show gardens down from 14, last year. The show’s director – Nick Mattingley – speaking to the[…] Read more »

The Malta Files

Malta has become a “pirate base” for tax avoidance in the European Union, that’s according to a piece in the country’s Independent newspaper. Under the country’s tax system, companies pay the lowest tax on profits in the EU, at just 5%. And the European Investigative Collaboration (EIC) have demonstrated how large companies and wealthy individuals[…] Read more »

Australia’s biggest-ever scam?

A $165 million tax fraud – alleged to involve the deputy commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and his 30-year-old son – looks sets to be the biggest white-collar crime that the country has ever seen. Leanne Close, deputy commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, told reporters, “We are alleging that this is an[…] Read more »

Building a Better Business…

As I promised last month, I’ve made some changes to our newsletter. Yes, its in a different format and it has a different name, but its now much more focused on developing your business rather than just tax stuff which I’ll continue to send, but separately around mid month. The reason I’m doing this is[…] Read more »

A better deal for young people?

With the general election just a few short weeks away, it’s interesting to see the main parties setting out their stalls full of tantalising post-election promises. It’s even more interesting to see – pushing that metaphor still further – how the parties are planning to pay for the goods on those stalls The Green party[…] Read more »

Bust the myths about striking out on your own

Setting up your own business is time-consuming, costly and complicated. We’ve got news for you. It’s time to ditch the self-limiting beliefs. Because none of those three opening statements are necessarily true. With a great idea, some fire in your belly and oodles of free advice at your fingertips, it’s not beyond the realms of[…] Read more »

Wearable Technology

  Wearable technology is one of the biggest trends in IT and tech at the moment. The consumer market has embraced wearables such as smart watches and virtual reality headsets. However most businesses are still developing their strategies for making the most of the wearable technology trend.   While attention to wearables is widespread, adoption[…] Read more »

Do You Have Enough Shares To Qualify For CGT Entrepreneurs’ Relief?

  Entrepreneurs’ Relief reduces the rate of CGT to 10% on the first £10 million of gains on the disposal of qualifying business assets. This would include sole traders disposing of their business and partners disposing of their interest in a partnership carrying on a business. With many businesses operating as limited companies these days[…] Read more »

More Tax Free Allowances From 6 April 2017

  In addition to the current £5,000 tax free dividend allowance and the personal savings allowance of up to £1,000 there will be two further tax free allowances starting from 6 April 2017. These will be a new £1,000 tax free allowance for self-employed income and a £1,000 rental income allowance.   These new allowances[…] Read more »

Stuff you need to know – May 2017

Bank Holiday Monday… My wife’s at work and I’m at home with Netflix and coffee having spent two more days of back braking gardening (if I’m hobbling next week, that’s why!).   I’m working my way through Mad Men and rediscovering why I love this series whilst I write this month’s newsletters.   Obviously the[…] Read more »

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