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What are the Company Secretarial Duties and Responsibilities

Posted by on 5.28.24 in Updates

The company structure offers businesses the benefit of limited liability protection with the company being a separate legal entity from the individuals who own and run it. Some specific company information must be recorded on the public register. This includes: Generally, providing this information and ensuring it is maintained and up to date has been […]

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Enterprise Investment Scheme – Tax Relief

Posted by on 4.15.24 in Uncategorized

This guide is focused on the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) that gives individuals the ability to invest in start up companies with the ability to claim tax relief on gains or losses arising from these investments subject to strict criteria set by HMRC. Private investment entails providing funds to businesses in exchange for shares, that […]

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R&D Tax Credits Explained

Posted by on 4.12.24 in Knowledge Base

Various incentive schemes exist to encourage UK companies to invest in innovation, including R&D Tax Credits. HMRC estimates that for every £1 forgone in tax, through Research and Development Tax Credits, £1.53–£2.35 is stimulated in R&D spend by UK companies. What are R&D Tax Credits? Research and Development Tax Relief schemes were introduced by the […]

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Spring Budget Updates 2024

Posted by on 3.10.24 in Uncategorized, Updates

In the budget announcement on 6th March 2024 Chancellor-of-the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt outlined the plans to boost the economy by cutting taxes and boost public spending. One of the most expected changes to current taxes has arrived. Government has decided to reduce Employee’s National Insurance from 10% to 8%. ‍The main changes in the Spring budget […]

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UK Property Tax Guide

Posted by on 2.2.24 in Knowledge Base

Landlords typically need to pay property tax on the profit generated from rental properties. Simply put the profit is the difference between the rental income and the deducted expenses or allowances. Rental profits are taxed at the same rates as income you receive from your business or employment – 0%, 20%, 40% or 45%, depending […]

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