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Index to the Tax Guide on Small Companies Tax Planning
An outline as to the advantages, disadvantages, tax issues and practicalities of transferring a business operated via a limited company into a sole tradership or partnership.
A letter to advise clients of the background position, recent events and draw to their attention possible future developments.
An outline as to the advantages, disadvantages, tax opportunmities and practicalities of transferring a sole trader or partnership business to a limited company.
An outline of the main provisions relating to the issue of establishing non UK residence and domicile.
This letter gives an overview on the key issues to be addressed in establishing non UK residence
An outline of the scheme, to whom it applies and in what circumstances, together with practical advice to avoid potential pitfalls.
An overview of the Chancellor's March 20 Budget announcements and Finance Bill proposals concentrating on those proposals affecting smaller businesses.
An explanation of the new Child Benefit tax charge together with client information response form.
Over the next few years significant changes are to take place in respect of payroll procedures and the purpose of this letter is to provide an outline thereof.
An overview of the Chancellor's March 21 Budget announcements concentrating on those proposals affecting smaller businesses.
An explanation of recent and forthcoming changes to VAT Regulations.
This letter summarises the income tax changes from 2010/11 onwards and gives some advice on possible tax planning opportunities
This brief familiarises practitioners with the Research and Development (“R&D”) enhanced tax relief provisions which the Government has introduced in recent years in order to provide companies with enhanced relief for carrying out activities which are generally considered to be beneficial to the UK
This guide covers arrangements whereby husband and wife proprietors of (usually) small private companies share the company’s profits in the form of dividends.