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View HMRC’s Top Criminal Cases Of 2019

HMRC’s Top Criminal Cases Of 2019

Not all penalties levied by HMRC are civil, many cases are serious enough to warrant a criminal investigation. The first post in the “money” section of the gov.uk website in 2020 reflects on this. The title of the post is a giveaway: “Busted! HMRC reveals biggest criminal cases of year 2019” In what could be…

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View High Street Rejuvenation Funding Announced

High Street Rejuvenation Funding Announced

The first 101 places to benefit from up to £25 million each from the Future High Streets Fund were announced over summer. In the latest step of the £3.6 billion investment in towns and high streets, 20 pilot areas across England will lead the way in rejuvenating town centres with expert and tailored support from…

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View End Of 2019 | Still Time To File Tax Returns

End Of 2019 | Still Time To File Tax Returns

The deadline to file your 2018-19 tax return to HMRC is fast approaching. Most of our clients will have the reassurance that we have filed their returns online. But, for those who still need to file their 2019 return, it’s time to get into action. If you file after 31 January 2020 late filing penalties…

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View An End To Brexit Uncertainty

An End To Brexit Uncertainty

The UK can finally breathe and celebrate an end to Brexit uncertainty. Whatever your political motivation, most of us will be relieved that last week’s election has created a government with a working majority. At last, there is a light at the end of the uncertainty tunnel. End To Brexit Uncertainty If you have any…

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View Year In Review | 2019

Year In Review | 2019

It’s that time when we all become a little nostalgic about the 12 months that are coming to an end and reflect on the year’s journey. We have a lot to look back on and a lot to be proud of… Moving On And Moving In  2019 was the year when we opened two new…

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View Do You Need To File A Tax Return?

Do You Need To File A Tax Return?

We are often asked if it is necessary to register for Self-Assessment and file a tax return each tax year. The following notes are a brief outline of circumstances when you may need to register. Those Required To Submit Tax Return According to HMRC, you may need to send in a tax return in the…

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View Land Registry Property Alert Service | Sign Up

Land Registry Property Alert Service | Sign Up

Property owners are potentially more at risk from the activities of fraudsters. They have more to lose and there are very real risks that the Land Registry property alert service is set up to counter. Why Consider This Service? Since 2009, HM Land Registry has prevented 254 fraudulent applications being registered by fraudsters. Common attempts…

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View Received A Letter From The Taxman? Don’t Panic!

Received A Letter From The Taxman? Don’t Panic!

A letter from the taxman is enough to bring anyone out in a cold sweat. And if that missive is asking rather probing questions about your landlord, it has the potential to send you into a full-blown meltdown. Tweeting Tales Reports that these letters are in fact a scam have circulated through social media, but,…

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View What Constitutes Profit For Tax Purposes?

What Constitutes Profit For Tax Purposes?

There is no simple answer to this question. We have listed below some of the matters that need to be are considered. As self-employed business owners’ profits are subject to income tax and National Insurance – and limited companies to corporation tax – we have divided our comments accordingly. Published Tax Figures Before making this…

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