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MAKING TAX DIGITAL (A Burden or Opportunity?)

We would like to invite you to our MAKING TAX DIGITAL event at the Tannery, near Moira, on 21 March 2019.  Join us to get the big picture before it b... Read More >>
8 Reasons To Have a Shareholders’ Agreement

PURPOSE Even though there is no legal requirement to have a formal shareholders agreement, every company with more than one shareholder is well advise... Read More >>
How are dividends taxed?

Dividends received from shares held in UK companies form part of a tax-payers self-assessment. The payments are made by the paying company without any... Read More >>
Brexit , no end in sight

On the 12 March the government updated its advice to traders with the EU. The advice assumes a no-deal outcome. On the basis that being prepared for t... Read More >>
Pension shakeup

The past week, and who knows for how long into the future, has been a crazy week for politics in the UK. Brexit is challenging the way manage our demo... Read More >>
No tax when you sell your home?

The private residence relief allows you to sell your home without paying any capital gains tax (CGT) on the profit you make on the sale. If only life ... Read More >>
Spring Statement 13 March 2019

The following comments were written on the 13th March 2019 immediately following Philip Hammond’s presentation of the 2019 Spring Statement to P... Read More >>
Holiday entitlement

According to government sources if you work a five day week, you are entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday a year. This is known as our statutory ... Read More >>
Register your trade mark

As we take steps to disentangle ourselves from the EU and make our mark in the wider global economy this may be a good time to consider any brand reco... Read More >>
How To Get The Best From Your People

As reported last month (February 2019) in the most recent quarterly sample, the Labour Force Survey details the employment rate in Northern Ireland no... Read More >>
Tax Diary March/April 2019

1 March 2019 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 May 2018. 2 March 2019 – Self assessment tax for 2017/18 paid after ... Read More >>
Changes to minimum wage rates

From April 2019, minimum pay rates will increase as set out below. National Living Wage (NLW) rates for workers aged 25 and over – from £7... Read More >>

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