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January 2019 
 

Welcome to our January newswire

Our aim is to keep you up-to-date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us.

This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

  What happens if I do not think about tax planning?

The 31st January self-assessment tax return deadline is rapidly approaching and while it can be very easy to overlook your tax planning until it is too late, now is the perfect time to act.

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 Taxpayers treated unfairly by HMRC, says House of Lords report

The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has criticised some of the powers granted to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), describing them as disproportionate and lacking effective taxpayer safeguards.

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  Taxpayers offered online tool to assess their self-assessment requirement

It should seem obvious whether an individual must submit a self-assessment tax return annually. Yet, each year, thousands of people find themselves brought into the regime unwittingly.

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 Tax rates rise twice as fast in the UK than the international average

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), UK tax revenue as a percentage of GDP rose to 33.3 per cent in 2017.

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  An end to the Entrepreneurs’ Relief ‘dilutions dilemma’?

As a business takes off, the level of investment it needs in order to expand can significantly outpace growth in revenues and profits.

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Brexit uncertainty sends small business confidence to a seven-year low

Confidence amongst small businesses has tumbled to a seven-year low – in part due to the uncertainty of Brexit.

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  Debt recovery costs small businesses an average of £9,000

The cash flow difficulties that late payments cause small businesses are well known. However, the cost of recovering late payments is less well publicised, despite being a major and growing expense – coming in at around £9,000 last year for an average business.

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