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A welcome boost for SME funding

Date: 01/12/15

The government's move to introduce flexibility for replacement capital within Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Venture Capital Trust (VCT) schemes, as revealed in the recent Autumn Statement, has been welcomed as it is a boost for small... Read More

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SME's will benefit from Autumn Statement

Date: 25/11/15

Measures announced in the Autumn Statement are set to benefit Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) and ensure their success however there are fears for individuals buying a second home.  Recognising the financial burdens faced by SMEs,... Read More

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HMRC has set its sights on the affluent

Date: 24/11/15

Those with high incomes are warned to get their tax affairs in order as HM Revenue and Customs bolsters its Affluent Unit. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has announced this week that it has doubled the number of inspectors trawling through the tax... Read More

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HMRC failings won't go unanswered

Date: 18/11/15

People are reminded that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) could be forced to waive or reduce penalties for taxpayers who filed returns late or incorrectly because the tax authority did not answer their telephone calls. Ministers have condemned HMRC for... Read More

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Business and home owners are encouraged to consider CGT when selling

Date: 10/11/15

Business and home owners are encouraged to give greater consideration to capital gains tax (CGT) when selling.  The message comes after new figures show that the amount of CGT being collected by the government is growing at a rate of 43 per cent... Read More

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