It’s about saving your clients tax, isn’t it?

It’s about saving your clients tax, isn’t it?

It’s about saving your clients tax, isn’t it? A conversation with the MD of an engineering company last week confirmed something which the author of Tax Tuesday has long known to be true. Until a client has received good tax advice and planning, they typically don’t...
The Tax Merits of the Limited Company

The Tax Merits of the Limited Company

The long-term march towards an overwhelmingly incorporated UK continues unabated. Only very recently, City AM reported that 4,890 out of 10,400 UK law firms (ie 47%) are now operating as limited companies, up from 32% five years ago. Even in the professions, the...
A Trick and a Treat

A Trick and a Treat

In a week when YouGov tells us that 74% of Dads tax our own children by helping ourselves to the candy (because we’ve earned it), our blog-post offers readers a Trick and a Treat. The following is for everyone (except, perhaps, the 4% of parents who allegedly eat all...
The Case for a Registered Pension Scheme

The Case for a Registered Pension Scheme

The Case for a Registered Pension Scheme is our offering for this week. In our opinion, this is something which virtually all of us should take seriously (and invest more in), because the tax benefits of the UK’s approved pensions regime are, to be frank, outstanding....
The Challenges of VAT

The Challenges of VAT

We are very conscious that you received a double dose of you-know-what last week, with our tax-filled monthly newsletter arriving on top of Tax Tuesday. So, today, here is some light relief (still from the fiscal world), an item which you might find entertaining and...
Tax Efficient Benefits

Tax Efficient Benefits

Last week, KPMG, one of our main competitors (!!), decided to take back mobile phones previously issued to a large number of administrative staff (as part of a cost-cutting drive they have going on there at the moment). Those mobiles were not only very useful to their...