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May 24, 2019

Have You Considered What Your Business Is Worth?

There is an old adage stating, “A business is only worth what someone is prepared to pay” and this will always remain true. Nevertheless, the seller will have…

May 23, 2019

Research & Development Claim Settled!

Our Taxperts recently completed a Research & Development (R&D) claim for a textile manufacturing client based in the East of Scotland, resulting in a client saving of £122,884!…

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May 2, 2019

Taxation News – Spring 2019

Our Taxation News – Spring Edition is now available, featuring segments from each of our tax services, as well as client profiles and the latest tax round-up news….

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April 18, 2019

Capital Gains Tax for Non-Resident Individuals

After 5 April 2015, you are required to tell HMRC if you have sold or disposed of a UK residential property if you fall under certain categories. To…

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April 18, 2019

Non-Resident Individual Landlords

If you live abroad for 6 months or more per year, you are classed as a ‘non-resident landlord’ by HMRC. Our International Taxperts have put together a factsheet…

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Tax Tips

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Angela Haig

Angela Haig

Partner

“Many people have more income than they require, but equally have an inheritance tax (IHT) issue which grows year to year as their estate grows.

By making gifts out of surplus income, inheritance tax breaks can be significantly enhanced and stem the growth of IHT exposure.”

Cheryl Whitton

Cheryl Whitton

Supervisor

“Whilst family trusts can be highly complex and often expensive to administer, when used in the right circumstances they can provide valuable succession support, particularity in relation to asset protection.

If you are considering succession planning, discuss with your tax adviser whether trusts might be a valuable option.”

John Langlands

John Langlands

Partner

“If you are building your own property, have you ensured that you have recovered as much of the VAT suffered on your construction costs as possible?

Discuss the position with your accountant to determine your full eligibility to recover VAT, and watch out for the time limits.”

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