Monthly Archives: October 2014

Can entertainment costs ever be tax deductible?

Posted on by S&J

There is a fine line between promoting your company to potential customers and providing business entertainment, but the difference is important. Costs involving advertising are tax deductible whilst those in providing entertainment are not. Although this is the format that … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Can entertainment costs ever be tax deductible?

Is it tax abuse to share income with your spouse?

Posted on by S&J

  The tax general anti-abuse rule (GAAR) is now law, and there have been rumblings that HMRC will use this to attack income shifting between spouses. Should you be concerned about this? There are a few ways in which company … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Is it tax abuse to share income with your spouse?

Casualties of the pension revolution

Posted on by S&J

According to The Sunday Times there are a number of individuals who may become a casualty of the new pension revolution announced by George Osborne earlier this year, particularly those over the age of 55. In¬†April of 2015¬†pension savers aged … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Casualties of the pension revolution