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Wednesday 24 February 2021
Divorce is often a stressful time and tax is unlikely to be at the forefront of the couple’s minds.
HMRC has announced that the VAT deferral new payment scheme (for payment of VAT liabilities due between 20 March and 30 June 2020 that were deferred under the COVID-19 support arrangements) went live on 23 February. Instead of paying the full deferred VAT outstanding by 31 March 2021, businesses can now apply to spread what they owe over up to 11 smaller monthly payments from March.
Tuesday 23 February 2021
As businesses have had to adapt to online ways of working, cloud accounting continues to provide an efficient solution to managing business accounts remotely. Xero, one of the main cloud accountancy platforms, regularly update their platform to ensure it is providing the most efficient service for its users, with February bringing a new Quarterly Product Update.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, is set to deliver his Budget speech on 3 March 2021. The Budget has been delayed from November last year, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
There is much speculation as to whether it is still too early for the Chancellor to announce measures to begin recouping some of the estimated £300 billion spent by the Government in COVID-19 support over the past year.
HMRC has confirmed that self-assessment taxpayers will not be subject to the 5% late payment penalty if a time to pay arrangement is set up by 1 April 2021.
We now have a further update to share with you regarding HMRC’s relaxation of late payment penalty rules for self-assessment taxpayers. It has been confirmed by HMRC that self-assessment taxpayers will not be subject to the 5% late payment penalty if the tax is paid or a time to pay arrangement is set up by 1 April 2021.
Monday 22 February 2021
There has been much recent speculation about future tax increases and that capital gains tax (CGT) may be the subject of an increase.
Family-owned businesses account for one fifth of the total number of UK businesses so it is no surprise that the family owned sector continues to be a significant contributor to the UK economy. But what makes family businesses unique in comparison to other businesses and what are some of the challenges being faced by these businesses right now?
Thursday 18 February 2021
Hazlewoods has a degree of sector expertise, which is hard to find elsewhere. We have developed a number of specialist teams and are renowned for our deep knowledge of our chosen fields.
Wednesday 17 February 2021
It is worth reviewing how rental properties are owned between married couples. With property sales taking place now there might be tax savings to be had on disposals, or it might just be worth reviewing how the rental profits are taxed.
Monday 15 February 2021
The number of law firms in the UK has held up well despite the lockdown with 10,080 firms registered as of December 2020, down just 2% on the 10,278 firms that were registered in December 2019.
The reduction in basic payment scheme (BPS) payments will start to bite this year. If you have not already looked into the CSS offering, now is the time to do so.
Hazlewoods is one of the UK's Top 25 independent Business Advisers and Chartered Accountants, with an established sector expertise that is hard to find elsewhere.
Hazlewoods has provided specialist accountancy, tax, audit and business advice to individuals and businesses of all shapes and sizes since the practice was founded by Marcus Hazlewood in 1919. In 2019, we celebrated our centenary year; we are proud to support our clients and the community and we were delighted to raise a record amount for our 'Charity of the Year'.
We have over 380 staff in two offices across Gloucestershire who work with our clients locally, nationally and internationally.
We enjoy what we do and look forward to working with you.
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If you are looking for a change but still want a challenge, great career opportunities, fabulous clients and an active social scene, then working at Hazlewoods could be the right career move for you.
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Being a strong regional practice, with both a national and international reach, it's a great place to be. If you are looking for opportunities to develop beyond your professional qualification, we offer every opportunity to progress.
From post-qualified training opportunities, to personal development, you can work with us to find the right path for you.
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