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Debunking clients’ preconceptions can lead to CAs savings

You believe a new client has substantial unclaimed capital allowances in respect of commercial premises. The client is convinced that these can’t be claimed due to previous poor advice and preconceptions. How can you help?

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Can clients claim home to office travel?

Several of your clients and their employees are working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown. If any of them need to travel to the office, e.g. to collect post, can they be paid a mileage expense tax free? More...


Welcome delay to final phase of MTD

The final phase of Making Tax Digital for VAT has been deferred as HMRC looks to ease pressure on businesses during the pandemic. What’s on ice, when will it be back, and how can you best keep up to date with new developments? 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...


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? More...


Is VAT deregistration a sensible option?

Many businesses have had to stop trading as result of the coronavirus crisis and others have suffered reduced sales, which could be a long-term problem. Is it possible to deregister some of your clients from VAT, and what do you need to be aware of if so? More...
Last updated: 03.06.2020

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