Land Remediation Relief

Land remediation relief (LRR) is quite often overlooked particularly by smaller property developers and investors. It is a valuable relief, and the claiming of it, is actively encouraged by HMRC. By way of background, LRR was introduced in 2001 to address market...

Offshore Property Ownership

Inspired by long sunny days and holidays abroad, attention often turns to buying a bolt-hole in the sun. However, UK tax legislation has “anti-avoidance legislation” which hypothetically traces the income and gain to the ultimate owner. Although offshore ownership...

Time to Consider Furnished Holiday Lettings?

With recent challenges in the Buy to Let market, property owners are looking at alternatives including Furnished Holiday Lettings. Many consider holiday letting as being in a designated holiday region. However, the success of Airbnb has shown that short term...

CIS Gross Payment Status – Difficult To Get – Easy To Lose?

How to get gross payment status…. Subcontractors working in the construction industry will be aware of the hoops a business has to go through to obtain Gross Payment Status (GPS) in respect of the payments they receive from contractors. A business will have to prove...

The Future World of Work

In a world of continuous change and disruption, Consulting Partner Donal Laverty shares his thoughts on how organisations can prepare, adapt and evolve to thrive in the future. Click here to listen.

Changes to PAYE Tax Codes

Major changes to the way in which PAYE tax codes are calculated have been introduced. The introduction of Dynamic Coding now means that any underpaid tax will be collected in the tax year in which it arises. Once HMRC is advised of a change in circumstances, instead...