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Nothing to declare
June 23rd, 2022

Downsizing business operations is a perfectly acceptable response to economic pressures, and this may lead to an absence of activity for a period of time. This would have been the likely experience of businesses subject to recent lockdown restrictions.   Unfortunately, our obligation to file returns to HMRC does not end if there are no […]

Proposed new deal for private renters
June 21st, 2022

The fairer private rented sector white paper published 16 June 2022, will ensure millions of families benefit from living in decent, well looked-after homes as part of the biggest shake up of the private rented sector in 30 years. The white paper marks a generational shift that will redress the balance between landlords and 4.4 […]

Summer Newsletter – Milne Craig
June 16th, 2022

Dear All, As the weather is finally warming up, it is surely time to publish our latest newsletter! CLICK HERE-   2022 Summer Newsletter This newsletter includes a timely reminder about the changes in National Insurance thresholds and the forthcoming changes to bring self employed personal tax returns into “Making Tax Digital” in 2024 (lots […]

Seeing is believing?
June 16th, 2022

It is no longer certain that if you receive a letter, email, text or phone call – purporting to be the tax office or some similar, regulatory authority – that it is a genuine communication.   Red flags should be waved, and warning buzzers sounded if anyone ever requests personal information or your bank details. […]

Will quarterly reporting lead to quarterly payments?
June 14th, 2022

Within a few years, many taxpayers that are presently required to file a tax return, and most businesses, will be required to file quarterly data with HMRC using the Treasury Making Tax Digital portal. In which case, the present annual filing obligations will be replaced by quarterly filing obligations.   Paying tax in arrears Apart […]

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