Tax

Tax articles published on the Goringe Accountants website blog. We have an extensive library of business advice and technical know-how articles all written by top industry experts. For information on different types of taxes or to find out what taxes Goringe Accountants can help you with please see our Tax Services page.

These include business and personal taxes that Goringe Accountants specializes in such as: Capital Allowances, Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), Corporation Tax, Employment Related Securities (ERS), Gambling Duties, Investment Schemes, IR35: Working Through An Intermediary, PAYE, Self-Employment, Stamp Duty And Other Tax On Property, VAT, Capital Gains Tax, Income Tax, Inheritance Tax, National Insurance, Rental Income, Self Assessment, and Tax On Savings And Investments.

Property Taxes: New UK Policies

2016-10-23T16:57:06+00:00 September 4th, 2016|Tax|

The UK Government has introduced several new property tax policies in recent months which may affect you if you are planning to buy, let or sell property in the UK. Some have interpreted these changes as an attack on landlords [...]

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Business Rates for SMEs – good news!

2016-10-23T11:26:57+00:00 April 4th, 2016|Business Advice, Tax|

The March 2016 Budget delivered good news to SMEs regarding the future small business relief for Business Rates. What are business rates Business Rates (also known as National Non-Domestic Rates) are a tax on business properties. The tax [...]

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Save Tax With EIS & SEIS Relief

2017-03-03T15:27:30+00:00 May 29th, 2015|Tax|

As the Government quite rightly cracks down on tax avoidance schemes, there are fewer and fewer opportunities for private individuals to save tax. However, SEIS and EIS relief remain as highly tax efficient ways of investing in shares in [...]

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EMI Share Scheme Options: Ultimate Guide

2016-10-22T15:11:17+00:00 April 29th, 2015|Tax|

Many small and medium company owners would like to reward and incentivise key employees by awarding them shares in the company. But they are often put off by the complexity and cost, by tax issues, and by anxieties over giving [...]

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