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Changes to Entrepreneurs Relief

In the Chancellor’s 2018 Budget, new criteria were introduced in relation to Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER) to apply from 6 April 2019, with transitional rules applying to disposals from Budget Day (29 October 2018). This tightening of the rules in order…

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Trivial Benefits

As of 6 April 2016, employers can provide an employee or a member of his/her household with a benefit in kind, with no tax consequences, provided all of the certain conditions are met, deeming the benefit ‘trivial’.   Conditions A…

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The new SDLT headache

The new 3% additional rate of SDLT applies from 1 April 2016 and was expected to apply to second homes and buy to let investments by individuals. It was however, announced in Finance Act 2016, that the extra charge will…

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The Personal Savings Allowance

  Q: What is the Personal Savings Allowance and how can you claim it? A: From 6 April 2016 a basic rate taxpayer will be able to earn up to £1,000 in savings income tax free. Higher rate taxpayers will be…

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Tax State of the Nation

  The first Budget of a new Parliament is often the most harsh: the Government know that they will be in power for the next few years and don’t need to worry about pleasing the electorate, who tend to have…

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IHT and School Fees Planning Seminar

Gander Tax Services Limited are putting on a seminar in conjunction with an Independent Financial Advisor colleague of ours, Sam Neale of Station Associates Limited, at Churcher's College, Petersfield on 18th September. It is very much for clients as well as fellow…

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