When you sell a property, are you making a trading profit or are you making a capital gain on an investment? – James Bailey looks at the distinction between the two – and why it matters.
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Property Development or Property Investment?
On the road again – travelling expenses for the self-employed
With HMRC challenging travelling expenses for the self-employed, and no clear legislative guidance, business travel can lead to expensive arguments with HMRC. James Bailey tries to make sense of the mess.
Home Free – IHT and the Family Home
The threshold at which IHT starts to be charged on a deceased person’s estate is £325,000, and there are many people who would escape any IHT on their estates if it were not for their home – their most valuable asset in many cases. What can be done to reduce the IHT payable?
Passing On The Family Company – Summer 2014
Auto Enrolment – Summer 2014
Charity Newsletter Spring 2014 Issue 24
The Budget 2014
Tax Rates 2014/15
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