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Probate diversity summary

16th October 2017

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Alwyns tax card 2017/2018

10th October 2017

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Alwyns Newsletter – Autumn 2017

10th October 2017

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Alwyns Newsletter – Summer 2017

10th October 2017

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Alwyns Newsletter – Spring 2017

10th October 2017

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Alwyns Newsletter – Winter 2016

10th October 2017

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Your business structure

22nd September 2017

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What is the construction industry scheme – CIS?

22nd September 2017

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What is automatic enrolment for pension’s purposes?

22nd September 2017

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VAT – the basics

22nd September 2017

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The family home

22nd September 2017

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Starting in business

22nd September 2017

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Stamp duty land tax an introduction

22nd September 2017

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Personal service companies and IR35

22nd September 2017

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Non domiciled individuals

22nd September 2017

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Introduction to the VAT flat rate scheme

22nd September 2017

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Introduction to the VAT annual accounting scheme

22nd September 2017

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Income tax – self assessment tax returns

22nd September 2017

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Income tax – an introduction

22nd September 2017

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Corporation tax self assessment

22nd September 2017

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Capital gains tax

22nd September 2017

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Capital allowances

22nd September 2017

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Budget Statement March 2016

7th June 2016

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Corporation tax self assessment

7th June 2016

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Inheritance tax – an introduction

7th June 2016

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Tax investigations

7th June 2016

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Associated companies

7th June 2016

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Enhanced Capital Allowances for Buildings

7th June 2016

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Practical Ways To Improve Personal Finances

7th June 2016

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Using a company to reduce personal taxation

7th June 2016

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Extracting the profits of a family company tax efficiently

7th June 2016

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Enterprise Investment Scheme Investment

7th June 2016

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Venture Capital Trusts

7th June 2016

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Going Non Resident

7th June 2016

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Income Tax for the over 65s

7th June 2016

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Small Self-Administered Pension Schemes

7th June 2016

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An update on Income Tax Relief for pension premiums

7th June 2016

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An update on tax planning for farmers

7th June 2016

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Limited Liability Partnerships

7th June 2016

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Capital Tax planning for property investment companies

7th June 2016

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Business Taxation : Allowances for equipment purchases and research and development

7th June 2016

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Furnished Holiday Lets

7th June 2016

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Making full use of CGT Entrepreneurs Relief

7th June 2016

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Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS)

6th June 2016

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Structured investment products – what are they?

6th June 2016

Many Financial Institutions are offering Structured Products to investors to tempt them to invest as normal cash deposit rates are so low. But what are they and what are the risks?

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VAT – Supplies of services to non-business customers

6th June 2016

January 2011 brought in changes for Business to Non-Business (B2C) transactions within the EC.

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VAT – Supplies of services overseas

6th June 2016

January 2011 brought in changes for Business to Business (B2B) transactions between businesses based in different EC Countries.

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Tax Efficient Charitable Giving

6th June 2016

Over the years, the tax reliefs for charitable giving have been progressively relaxed to the extent that the formalities are now easily satisfied in most cases. From April 2013, charities that receive small donations of £10 or less will be able to apply for tax repayments in respect of those gifts without any need to obtain a gift aid declaration at all.

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Property Letting and Development

6th June 2016

With the appreciation in property values proving attractive, as well as increased media coverage of the attractions of property renovation activity, more people are undertaking property development as a hobby or as a secondary or primary source of income. Equally buy to let residential property investment has been very much in vogue in recent years, because, although property values may fluctuate, many people see bricks and mortar as the most solid investment they can make.

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Employee Shares in Private Companies

6th June 2016

One of the best incentives which can be offered to key staff in a private company is a shareholding in the company. This is the ideal method to give them a stake in the business and a share in the results of it. It also links the employee to the employer on a long term basis and offers opportunities for rewarding them in a tax-efficient manner so that, with time, much of the profit from the shares will escape the ravages of income tax otherwise payable on earnings. The drawback is of course that if he or she leaves the employment, it may no longer be appropriate for an ex-staff member to continue with a shareholding. Hence it may be advisable to deal with this point at the outset by including pre-emption rights in the company’s Articles of Association, by which other shareholders may have the right to buy out the shares for fair value.

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The Bribery Act 2010 For Businesses – Update

6th June 2016

This briefing note should be read in conjunction with our initial review of The Bribery Act 2010 posted to this website previously. The long-awaited guidance has now been published, both by the Government and by the Director of Public Prosecutions and Serious Fraud Office.

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The Bribery Act 2010 for Businesses

6th June 2016

The Bribery Act 2010 received Royal Assent on 8th April 2010 and is expected to come into force some time during 2011. Despite recent articles in the press it is expected that The Bribery Act 2010 will remain unchanged but guidance as to how the Act will be interpreted will be issued three months prior to implementation.

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Helping Infant Children Through The Tax Maze

6th June 2016

Over the past few years, there has been a sustained attack by the Government on the use of family trusts for general tax planning purposes.

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Will Trusts: Tax Planning Before and After Death

6th June 2016

Making a will is often treated as a project for some future time but it is essential that everyone should give it some priority if only because, in the absence of a will, the arbitrary rules of intestacy will apply.

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