Firm News | October 21, 2021

New Office!

We are pleased to let you know that we are in the process of moving to our new office which has been designed to allow us to benefit from the innovations we have introduced since March 2020, not least paperless working and hybrid working. The new office has plenty of scope to expand in the coming … Continued

Business News | December 3, 2021

Budget confirms one-year delay for basis period reform

Reforms to the ways in which unincorporated businesses pay income tax – known as basis periods – will go ahead, one year later than planned.  Proposals and draft legislation were published in July 2021, suggesting the new rules would commence from 6 April 2023. Instead, sole traders and most business partnerships will be subject to … Continued

Tax News | December 3, 2021

Tax reporting deadline for additional property sales extends

Buy-to-let landlords and second homeowners have twice the amount of time to report and pay capital gains tax after selling a residential property in the UK. The deadline to report and pay capital gains tax after completing the sale of additional UK residential property is now 60 days – up from 30 days. The change … Continued

Charity News | January 15, 2020

Mayoral Inclusive Growth Fund Grant

Liverpool City Council (LCC) is offering a short-term grant for organisations across the city, for new* projects, that contribute towards the aims and priorities of the Inclusive Growth Plan. The project must: Tackle an underlying issue in your local community Benefit the wider community and not just support a single user group Make a real long … Continued

Employer News | November 1, 2021

Salary sacrifice could ‘dampen increased NICs costs’

Salary-sacrifice arrangements could help employees negate the National Insurance contributions (NICs) rise during 2022/23.  NICs will rise by 1.25% for employees, employers and the self-employed from April 2022 to fund the Government’s        new health and social care levy. In some scenarios, employees and employers can get around this by striking a salary … Continued

BWM Online News | October 1, 2021

The rise of electric vehicles could create £30bn tax hole

The Government is being urged to introduce a new road-pricing system, because the increasing popularity of electric vehicles risks leaving a £30 billion hole in public finances each year.  Research submitted by the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change called for a new system, with options including charges based on emissions, vehicle weight and traffic … Continued

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