Hog’s Back Road Race – more than a Fun Run!

Bob Southey

14 December 2017

I am pleased to say that I was once again persuaded to enter the annual Hog’s Back Road Race – a road race that takes place in Guildford every year. I have taken part in previous years and it’s a … Read More >>

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The collapse of Monarch – Should the law be changed to soften the blow?

David Tann

04 December 2017

The collapse of Monarch Airlines caused a shock across the airline and tourist industry. The reasons for the collapse have been well covered in the media. A fatal combination of a fall in passenger numbers to destinations such as Turkey, … Read More >>

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Mind the gap? Replacement residence relief

Tom Lacey

29 November 2017

Following on from my earlier blog about replacement residence relief, there are some details relating to circumstances, which could make way for a tax claim. Home buyers can be liable to the 3% SDLT surcharge if they sell their main residence … Read More >>

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SDLT post-Budget: A guide to the Chancellor’s new legislation

Tom Lacey

24 November 2017

Mr Hammond has started to get himself a reputation for producing the rabbit from the hat at recent Budgets and Autumn Statements past. At the first Autumn Budget of its kind, the Chancellor certainly didn’t disappoint, and his last-on-the-list promise … Read More >>

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Finally, some good news for landlords

Jemima Jones

22 November 2017

The Chancellor’s budget announcement provided a rare piece of good news for landlords who run a property letting business. Tucked away in today’s speech was a brief reference to the fact that landlords will now be able to claim the … Read More >>

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Budget 2017: charging up interest in electric

Dave Hedges

22 November 2017

The Chancellor has finished delivering the first “Autumn Budget” of its kind and it was pleasing to see that there was some progress in the drive to go electric, as well as future promises to address employee travel and reimbursement … Read More >>

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ER extension on dilution of Shares will be welcome news for shareholders

Jemima Jones

22 November 2017

As the Chancellor delivered the first Autumn Budget, we eagerly awaited what was in store – especially in the world of tax. There were plenty of things to talk about, not least the “rabbit from the hat” with his announcement … Read More >>

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A retailers budget compendium

Phil Mullis

22 November 2017

This morning we published a request to the Chancellor in the form of a shopping list from the retail sector – and it looks as though one of the wishes was granted. Business rates The main concern was surrounding business rates … Read More >>

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Autumn Budget 2017 First Thoughts

Jemima Jones

22 November 2017

GDP growth forecast 2017-18 – 1.5% 2018 -19 – 1.4% 2019-20 – 1.3% 2020-21 – 1.5% 2021-22 – 1.6% Inflation Annual rate of CPI inflation forecast to fall from peak of 3% to 2% in the year. Public sector net borrowing as % of GDP … Read More >>

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A rates shopping list for the Chancellor

Phil Mullis

22 November 2017

All eyes will be on the Government today as the first “Autumn Budget” of its kind is delivered. For retailers there will be peaked interest around businesses rates as well as how the Government plans to support the industry going … Read More >>

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