Concerns by the Audit profession regarding the increase of audit exemption limits would lead to more instances of poor financial reporting were rejected by the Government.
When it comes to travel and subsistence not all costs are equal and not all will count as expenses for tax purposes.
Read our April Newsletter for a round-up our latest tax news:
- Lack of management skills limit business growth
- 150,000 secure home ownership from Help to Buy
- National living wage - employer responsibilities
- Business announcements from Budget 2016
Effective Estate Planning ensures that your property and possessions go to the people you choose when you die. Read our quick guide on estate planning as it can be financially beneficial to the recipients of your estate if you can reduce the amount of tax paid to HMRC.
As the tax year ended 5th April 2017 approaches, it can be worthwhile to review your tax affairs to ensure you have used all available tax reliefs and tax exemptions to reduce your tax bill.
Have a browse through this month's newsletter for the latest news affecting businesses.
It's a good time to review your taxes and finances.
The Lifetime ISA (LISA) is the newest entry to the individual savings market and Daly Park looks at how you can use it.
Retirement may not be a high priority in your 20s but you have the best chance to prepare.
In your 30s, you may find your priorities change especially as you get on the property ladder, get married and maybe start a family. You will find a lot of calls on your finances.
With around 20 years left until you retire – if you’re lucky! – now could be a good time to have a look at your pension pot and review how it is invested.
Following our day at NI Chamber's Annual Networking & Business Showcase at St George's Market in Belfast, we were delighted to meet the winner of our raffle prize.
Now that many employers have auto-enrolment up and running, you need to be aware of your on-going responsibilities with regards to re-enrolment of workers every 3 years.
Read our newsletter for the latest news - on auto-enrolment compliance, food & drink exports etc.
Read the latest tax and accounting news affecting small and medium-sized businesses
Our complex tax system has a variety of reliefs and allowances to enable you to reduce your tax liabilities with HMRC and help you navigate your way to a wealthier future, but where do you start?
Our Year End Tax Guide provides tips to help you reduce your tax bill in advance of the end of the current tax year on 5th April 2019. Tax planning to ensure you avail of all relevant tax reliefs and tax allowances can be very beneficial and should be undertaken before the end of the tax year.
Despite a ban on cold calls about Pensions coming into effect on 9th January 2019, people are being urged to still be on their guard. Pension scammers have used cold-calling to offer free pension reviews to try and steal people's life savings or to encourage people to invest in high-risk schemes.
With the introduction of the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) in January 2013, those households with an individual earning over £60,000 are no longer entitled to Child Benefit whilst those where the highest earning individual’s income reaches £50,000, the HICBC starts to claw back Child Benefit through the tax system.
Our latest tax newsletter brings you the latest on auto-enrolment obligations and fines, the streamlined company registration process, the avoidable inherited ISA tax charge and proposals to tighten wealth taxes.
The latest tax news to affect small business, employers and employees - Making Tax Digital countdown, online Brexit advice tool, employer contribution to workers' pensions to increase next month.
With the end of the 2018/19 Tax Year fast approaching, people often ask us how to reduce their tax liability.
With the new tax year commencing on 6th April 2019, we’ve listed some of the changes that may affect you over the coming year.
Catch up with the latest tax news affecting you as an individual and your business:
Every three years you, as an Employer, will need to put any of your eligible employees who previously opted out, or stopped saving into your pension scheme, back into it.