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Changes for non-resident corporate landlords take effect

April 2020 sees the change of tax treatment to some companies which have a UK property business. What’s happening, which clients will be affected and how can you ensure you’re able to continue acting for them?

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Advising on the changes to CGT on property sales

The way that capital gains tax on property gains is paid is changing from 6 April 2020. What are the new requirements and how can you take advantage of the rules in some circumstances to gain your clients extra time to pay? More...


How to save tax as tenants in common

A married couple have asked for a meeting to discuss their jointly owned property portfolio. What can you suggest to help them save income tax, and how could their trading company be used to buy a new home? More...


IR35 changes: how to close down a redundant company

The extension to the off-payroll working rules might mean you will have clients with personal service companies they will no longer use. When might this be the case, and what options do clients have to ensure tax efficiency? More...


Do you need to prepare final period accounts?

One of your new clients has a company used to run a failed side project. They want to close this down with as little fuss as possible. You find that up to date accounts have not been prepared. Do you need to report the loss-making endeavour? More...


Place of supply rules: don’t get caught out by exceptions

In most cases clients supplying services to overseas customers don’t need to charge UK VAT. However, there are exceptions to this. When do these apply, and will things change after the transitional period ends on 31 December 2020? More...
Last updated: 29.05.2020

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