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  • Sheepish Activities – May 18

    It was a fairly wet and cold lambing day – but this little lamb is an orphan and still needed bottle feeding. When we arrived, he was sitting on top of his foster Mum keeping warm.  The ewe had lost her lamb and very unusually didn’t seem to mind adopting ‘108’.  ‘108’ means his mother […]

  • eNews – May 18

    In this month’s eNews we report on the latest announcement from HMRC regarding Making Tax Digital. We also consider the looming deadline for GDPR, changes to tax reliefs following the Scottish Budget and issues to do with EMI share options. With articles on benefits in kind forms P11D,the  VAT fuel scale charges and a new […]

  • Sheepish Activities – May 2017

      The barn has been converted into a maternity ward and lambing is well underway.  In fact last night, there were only 11 ewes left to lamb. The new Mums get their own pen for the first day or so.  Then the family moves into a slightly bigger pen with one or two other ewes […]

  • eNews – May 2017

    In this month’s eNews we report on the short Finance Act which has been rushed through Parliament in advance of the General Election. We also include details of changes to the off payroll working rules that exclude some businesses from being unintentionally caught by the provisions. We also consider changes to the timing of issuing […]

  • PLANNING AHEAD – ELECTRIC CARS 2020/21

    RECAP: BASIC RULES The current regime for taxing the benefit of a company car is by reference to a combination of its list price (ie when new!) and CO2 emissions level. This has been around since 2002. The cash equivalent value of a company car, i.e. the value on which the benefit is taxed, is found […]