When you’re ready to sell houses or flats in your portfolio, you may be considering selling through an estate agent or at auction.
Businesses suffering lower revenues due to the coronavirus crisis may be able to offset their expected losses for this year against last year’s taxable profits in order to help reduce their tax bill.
The British have an ongoing love of property with the phrase ‘an Englishman’s home is his castle’ still resonating.
Whilst the 2018/19 tax year end may seem like a distant memory, the 31st January 2020 deadline for filing online Self Assessment tax returns is fast approaching.
One good way to focus on tax savings this year is to ensure you have a tax plan. Unless you specifically plan to save it is very unlikely to happen.
More than 1.6 million UK businesses can struggle to access growth funding or trade credit because there is insufficient information available about their financial track record, according to analysis from Experian.
With less than 60 days to go for submitting a self assessment tax return, many self-employed people in the UK are not taking advantage of an allowance that could help them pay less tax.
When it comes to buying shares, you are either an investor or a speculator. An investor holds a piece of stock for the long term while a speculator capitalises on short term volatility.