Category Archives: VAT

Bad Debt – what are the tax reliefs on bad debt?

bad debt tax

Not many businesses operate without a bit of bad debt, although hopefully it is just the odd one! However, for tax purposes, there are different rules depending on the tax involved. VAT There are detailed instructions for VAT relief on bad debts which is set out in VAT Notice 700/18, […]

Tax reliefs and tax advice opportunities

more money for my business

With a little glowing light at the end this long tunnel, we want to bring hope and open your eyes to tax advice options that until now you might not have considered for your business. More options than you realise. You’re probably feeling like you’ve exhausted all of the support, […]

VAT Reverse Charge for construction – overview

VAT reverse charge

Big changes are coming to the way in which VAT is administered to the construction industry. From 1 March 2021 the CIS VAT Domestic Reverse Charge Measure will apply to supplies of construction work. Proposals: When the reverse charge applies the customer must account for the supplier’s output VAT This […]

Has Covid-19 affected my UK tax residency?

non resident tax

The rules regarding UK residency and UK tax position are not straightforward and we recommend that this is carefully reviewed to ensure your peace of mind. As well as the usual regulations, HM Revenue & Customs’ rules include a 60 day “exceptional circumstance” get out clause. However, this may not […]

Temporary reduction of VAT explained

The Government has today (15.07.20) temporarily reduced the VAT rate to 5% (from 20%) in order to support the hospitality sector on certain good or services. This reduction will apply to food and non-alcoholic drinks supplied by restaurants, pubs, bars, cafes and to hot take-away food outlets. The reduced rate […]