Tax Tips

Even though the Brexit date has been pushed back again, to 31st January 2020, and with a General Election now looming, the Institute of Chartered Accountants has been granted funding by the Government to start issuing information to businesses to advise on some of the many issues they’re facing, regardless if we leave with or without a deal.

We are just over one month in now to a new tax year, so we thought it was a good time to highlight a few of the more popular tax topics we’ve been asked questions about over the last 30 days. Do any of these apply to you?

The Langdowns DFK Year End Tax Guide 2018/19 shares some important tax and financial planning tips which should be considered prior to the end of the tax year.

Today (6th March 2018) marks the start of the new tax year. With this in mind, here are 5 tax changes that may affect your finances for 2018/19.

Those of you that know me will probably have heard me go on about Bitcoin over the last five years. It’s a technology that I’ve been interested in for a while and even looked at making Langdowns DFK one of the first accountancy practices to accept Bitcoin. However, volatility and the general stigma attached to Bitcoin put us off going down this route; how I rue that decision now!