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  1. Blog6th Apr 2024

    Jill Walker, Private Client Partner and author of blog about Salaried Member Rules

    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…

    By Jill Walker

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  2. Blog4th Apr 2024

    Carol Sim, author of blog about Norwegian Income Tax Returns

    A Guide To Navigating Norwegian Income Tax Returns

    An important Norwegian tax reporting consideration for individuals who have worked in Norway or offshore on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (unless the individual is taxed under the Norwegian PAYE Scheme) is the requirement to complete and file a Norwegian income…

    By Carol Sim

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  3. Blog3rd Apr 2024

    Carol Edwards, author of blog about furnished holiday let changes

    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 Carol Edwards

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  4. Blog27th Mar 2024

    Tammy Weishuhn

    How to pay Independent Contractors in the US – a step-by-step guide

    It is important to remember that an independent contractor is a worker who does not work for your company, but is on a contract basis instead. Make sure you have correctly classified your workers before considering paying them as a…

    By Tammy Weishuhn

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  5. Blog26th Mar 2024

    Derek Gemmell, Head of Innovations Tax and author of blog about R&D tax relief procedures

    R&D Tax Relief Procedures: HMRC’s Latest Notification Requirement

    In today’s fast-paced business landscape, where staying ahead often means innovating and adapting to change, research and development (R&D) tax credits have emerged as a key tool for businesses, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).  As an R&D tax…

    By Derek Gemmell

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  6. Blog26th Mar 2024

    Callum Gray, author of article about the energy security

    Weighing Up Energy Security, Transition, and Investment 

    In 2024 the energy sector is facing a spaghetti junction of pathways, decision gates and options in a delicate balance between traditional energy sources and the imperative to transition towards renewables. As the world tries to tackle the need for…

    By Callum Gray

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  7. Blog20th Mar 2024

    Do you have an obligation to file an Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) return by 30 April 2024?

    WHAT IS ATED? ATED is an annual tax payable in advance by companies and other non-natural persons (including partnerships with corporate members) who own an interest in UK residential property valued at over £500,000. The charge applies to houses, self-contained flats,…

    By Michaela McCombie

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  8. Blog18th Mar 2024

    Claire Bruce, author of blog about employment tax reporting

    Employment Tax Reporting Deadlines: Are You Prepared?

    The 5th of April is fast approaching, which brings the array of end-of-year reporting to HMRC! We have compiled a list of the key reporting deadlines which your business may need to be aware of in the upcoming months following…

    By Claire Bruce

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  9. Blog15th Mar 2024

    Becki Diamant, author of blog about Payroll Benefits In Kind

    Short Term Business Visitors (STBV) – Are you compliant?

    Are you thinking about taking advantage of the expertise of those based overseas? Do you already have staff coming to the UK for short periods of time to undertake specific pieces of work or to attend meetings? Now more than…

    By Becki Diamant

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  10. Blog13th Mar 2024

    Chris Thompson, author of blog about financial modelling

    Financial Modelling Benefits: A Guide for Construction Businesses

    In the ever-changing and competitive landscape of the construction industry, it’s vital for companies to use every tool at their disposal to stay ahead of the curve. One such strategic tool is financial modelling, a critical element in fiscal management,…

    By Chris Thompson

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  11. Blog11th Mar 2024

    Michaela McCombie, author of blog about PAYE tax codes

    New Tax Year, New Tax Code?

    With the new tax year approaching and ever-changing income tax rates and allowances, there is an increased importance of ensuring your PAYE Tax Code is correct.   PAYE AND TAX CODES Every employee registered in an organisation’s payroll system will…

    By Michaela McCombie

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  12. Blog7th Mar 2024

    Lynn Gracie, author of blog about Non-Doms

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

    Updated: 3rd June 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…

    By Lynn Gracie

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