Plug-in vehicle grants reduced
December 21st, 2021

From 15 December 2021, the government is making the following reductions to the grants made available for certain electric vehicle purchases. It will provide grants of up to £1,500 (previously £2,500) for electric cars priced under £32,000. There are currently around 20 models on the market that would qualify for this grant. Support for wheelchair […]

Recent damage to electricity distribution network
December 16th, 2021

Many individuals and businesses will have been affected by the disruption in electricity supplies due to recent storm damage. Most of the serious damage that disrupted supplies was reconnected fairly quickly, but for many home and business owners, reconnection has become a protracted affair. A recent letter from the Secretary of State for Business to […]

Time to pay taxes
December 14th, 2021

January 2022 is a ‘taxing’ month. It is the last month to file a self-assessment tax return (electronically) for 2020-21 and avoid late filing penalties. It is also a month when significant tax bills may become payable. Companies Companies that have a 31 March 2021 year end will need to pay any corporation tax due […]

Travel between places of work
December 9th, 2021

A reimbursement of expenditure incurred by an employee in travelling between two or more places of work is not “earnings” and therefore not taxable. This is because the expenditure would be an allowable claim if the employee had paid it out of their remuneration, as he or she would be travelling in the performance of […]

Tax Year End Planning Newsletter
December 8th, 2021

Dear All, As we move into mid winter, this is a great time to be thinking about the tax year end – well ahead of 5th April. Our firm has (again) published a rather nice glossy booklet which you should download at your leisure. Please click here – Year End Tax Review 20212022 As ever, […]

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