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11-08-2022
Do you qualify for the marriage allowance?

Do you qualify for the marriage allowance?

HMRC is using the wedding season to issue a reminder to married couples and those in civil partnerships to sign up for marriage allowance if they are eligible and haven’t yet done ... read more

11-08-2022
Using the Customs Declaration Service

Using the Customs Declaration Service

The Customs Declaration Service (CDS) is a new customs IT platform that has been designed to modernise the process for completing customs declarations for businesses that import or ... read more

11-08-2022
Reminder that the plug-in grant has ended

Reminder that the plug-in grant has ended

The government plug-in grant was first introduced 11 years ago to help drivers make the move to owning an electric car. Since the scheme was introduced the amount of the grant ... read more

11-08-2022
Reminder of compensation limits for bank deposits

Reminder of compensation limits for bank deposits

The bank deposit guarantee limit is the amount of money that is guaranteed for savers in UK banks and building societies should the institution become insolvent. The Financial ... read more

11-08-2022
Bona Vacantia – dissolved companies

Bona Vacantia – dissolved companies

The final step in bringing a company to a legal end is dissolution. However, one of the important points to consider when doing so is that the dissolved company can no longer do or ... read more

11-08-2022
Termination payments

Termination payments

The tax treatment of termination payments has changed significantly over recent years. The changes have aligned the rules for tax and secondary National Insurance contributions ... read more

04-08-2022
Duty free limits if you are travelling abroad

Duty free limits if you are travelling abroad

Here is a reminder of any duty payable and tax-free allowances if travelling abroad this summer. If you are travelling from outside the UK and arriving home in Great Britain ... read more

04-08-2022
Tax-free trivial benefits

Tax-free trivial benefits

There is a benefit in kind (BiK) trivial exemption that applies to small non-cash benefits like a bottle of wine, or a bouquet of flowers given occasionally to employees or any ... read more

04-08-2022
Using Advisory Fuel rates

Using Advisory Fuel rates

The easiest way to ensure that no car-fuel benefit charge (for private journeys in a company car) is payable, is to use the advisory fuel rates published by HMRC to repay any ... read more

04-08-2022
Scope of Trade

Scope of Trade

There is no statutory definition of ‘trade’. The only statutory reference to the term is that ‘trade’ includes a ‘venture in the nature of trade’. This absence of a formal ... read more