Member Since: 1st Feb 2008
22nd Nov 2017
It's in the press releases on the HMRC site. But disposals after 31 December will still attract IR to December 2017 so it's not a cliff edge
22nd Nov 2017
I can see nothing restricting BPR, which is what I was worried about. Indexation for companies ceases after 31 December. Tighter on EIS but could have been much worse and appears to provide an opportunity to get in before 6 April.
Not a lot has happened at first glance
31st Jan 2016
I wouldn't advise any client to seek an accountant in February.
We've all had our fingers burned with January late comers and some of us are pledging "never again". Any prospect seen in February will have any anticipated difficulties well priced into the quote we give.
Leave until May when memories have dimmed.
29th Jan 2016
Client showed up at 6-30pm tonight
What occupation does he have?
It's nearly always one of three or four isn't it!
7th Dec 2015
Just a point
It is the court that imposes a term of disqualification, not the ICAEW.
16th Nov 2015
Also further changes to increase the yield from ATED, which has already way surpassed expectations.
10th Jul 2015
Certainly wouldn't join them if I wasn't already a member. They are of no value to the member in a small practice in the UK.
18th Mar 2015
If this makes some contributors to AW panic, it will make lots of taxpayers out there panic - and that creates opportunities for us.
Small firms who find it difficult to recruit staff could do worse than approach one man bands. There will be many who will wish to avoid wholesale change, but who do not wish to retire yet.
16th Mar 2015
It's impossible to determine the tax yield because IR35 has never been enforced properly.
5th Mar 2015
Values, vision and community ethos
These words do tend to make most accountants suspicious.