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  1. Blog9th Aug 2022

    Changes to Capital Gains Tax for separating couples

    Under the current Capital Gains Tax regime in the UK there are rules in place to allow for transfers of assets between spouses to be deemed to take place at no gain/no loss for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes. That... Read more

    By Jill Walker

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  2. Blog8th Aug 2022

    Working Remotely – Nine to five at the office is no longer the norm… but neither is working in a UK office

    The impact of COVID has been widespread and far reaching, touching all aspects of work and home life. Many now have the option to work from home, but some are taking this as an opportunity to work from anywhere, including... Read more

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  3. Blog4th Aug 2022

    Cycle to Work Day 4 August 2022

    This week sees National Cycle to Work day, with many getting on their bikes to celebrate today. It is hard to believe that the UK government introduced the Cycle to Work scheme in 1999 with the intention of promoting healthier... Read more

    By Karen Thomson

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  4. Blog29th Jul 2022

    COVID recovery, labour shortages and supply chain issues: the resilience of Scotland’s food and drink sector

    In the last two years we have seen some of the most challenging times in business. In particular, the Scottish food and drink industry has been hit hard by varying restrictions imposed across the country. Despite these challenges, the industry... Read more

    By Derek Mair

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  5. Blog28th Jul 2022

    Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill 

    As the Employment (Allocation of Tips) Bill makes its way through Parliament, it is important to understand what the new Code of Practice to be issued by the Secretary of State would mean, especially for the hospitality, leisure and service... Read more

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  6. Blog25th Jul 2022

    Self-Assessment Taxpayers: is your 31 July ‘Payments on Account’ due for payment?

    Self-Assessment taxpayers who had a liability of more than £1,000 in the 2020/21 tax year are likely to be required to make ‘Payments on Account’ towards their 2021/22 tax liability. The first interim payment was due on or before 31... Read more

    By Carol Edwards

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  7. Blog22nd Jul 2022

    HMRC – Improving the data it collects from its customers consultation document

    It is usually around this time of year, as the holiday season gets underway that government departments publish consultation documents, and HMRC is no different.  HMRC is looking for responses to its consultation on improving the data it collects from... Read more

    By Karen Thomson

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  8. Blog12th Jul 2022

    Government introduces new Bill to protect Seafarer workers when entering UK ports 

    After the appalling actions of P&O in May of this year, the government has now introduced new legislation to ensure that seafarers are paid at least the National Minimum Wage. This new legislation, effective 6 July 2022, applies to any vessels... Read more

    By Katy Christiansen

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  9. Blog6th Jul 2022

    Research & Development tax relief claims

    As Research & Development (R&D) tax relief claims become more popular across the UK for both SME and large sized corporations, it is no surprise that HMRC is cracking down on the review process for who they grant this generous... Read more

    By Alejandro Alcala

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