Tag: tax



Millions in Tax Relief Missed out by Small Companies

Millions in tax relief missed out by small companies
Posted on 14 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Industry News

A new study by FreeAgent has found that around £250 million of expenses every year are not being claimed by UK micro-business owners, saying the amounts are too small or time consuming to put into their accounts. An aggregated sample of 2.5 million... Read More

Sole Trader Vs Ltd Company: What you need to know

Sole trader vs Ltd Company
Posted on 6 April, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

It was reported that the way dividends are taxed is set to change from today, and will affect sole trading and Ltd companies alike. So we decided to give you a rundown into what they both have to offer, which will give you a good indication in what choice is... Read More

SMEs Want Chancellor to Make a Simpler Tax System

SMEs Want Chancellor to Make a Simpler Tax System
Posted on 15 March, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

Ahead of the budget this Wednesday, a survey commissioned by accountancy firm Moore Stephens revealed that the majority of SMEs are in favour of a change to the tax system and introducing a flat rate of tax. It revealed that around 55% of SMEs are... Read More

Is Commercial Leasing the Answer to Increased Stamp Duty?

Is commercial leasing the answer to increased stamp duty
Posted on 28 January, 2016 by admin under Economy, Industry News

New changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) are making some investors explore whether commercial property investment is becoming a viable alternative to residential buy to let. According to the Office for National Statistics, residential property... Read More

Starbucks in UK Tax Row

Starbucks-in-UK-Tax-Row
Posted on 22 October, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

According to Reuters, Starbucks has paid a mere £8.6 million in UK taxes on a reported £3 billion in sales in the UK since 1998, when it opened its first UK coffee shop, despite having opened 735 outlets subsequently.   The revelation led to... Read More

Manchester is Open for Business

Manchester-is-Open-for-Business
Posted on 29 September, 2012 by Neil Bird under Industry News

Costs for businesses in Manchester are among the lowest in the world when compared to other large industrialised cities, a new report from KPMG reveals.... Read More

CA Government Offers Loans for Conservation Projects on Business Premises

CA Government Offers Loans for Conservation Projects on Business Premises
Posted on 25 September, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

Commercial property owners can request funding for projects that lower energy and water use under a new California programme called CaliforniaFIRST.... Read More

JD Wetherspoon Records Impressive Sales Despite Rise in Taxes

JD-Wetherspoon-Records-Impressive-sales-Despite-Rise-in-Taxes
Posted on 18 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

In May we reported that JD Wetherspoon was contradicting a trend in the pub industry that despite many pubs closing, the pub chain was in fact expanding.... Read More

Self-Managed Super Funds Invest In Commercial Properties for High Yields

Bruton's Investment in UK Commercial Property Wiped Out
Posted on 14 September, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Industry News

Self-managed Super Funds (SMSFs) are looking to commercial properties as investment vehicles for their members.... Read More

Price at Pumps Set to Rise Yet Again, Warns AA

Price at Pumps Set to Rise Yet Again, Warns AA
Posted on 22 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

Motorists across the country prepare to groan despairingly – petrol and diesel prices are set to rise yet again.... Read More