Recently there has been a craze of moving properties into partnerships and limited companies in order to benefit from allowances in capital gains tax (CGT) and stamp duty land tax (SDLT). Learn about;

  • Capital gains tax (CGT) and stamp duty land tax (SDLT)
  • Tax planning and negotiation with the tax authorities
  • Budget changes and the implications on property

  • Difference and similarity between limited companies and LLPs

  • Benefits of limited companies or LLPs


How will Brexit Affect Contractors and Limited Companies 

The Referendum that took place in 2016 in the UK, voting to have the UK leave the European Union, also known as Brexit, took the world by surprise. Many across the world were astounded to see the new changes that seemed to have swept across UK politics within a short span of time. While wondering what the implications were for the future of the UK with Brexit, one of the main areas of concern was and is, how will Brexit affect businesses tax-wise? In particular, how will the tax policies affect contractors and limited companies within the UK since they are a huge player in the UK economy?

  • The beginning of Brexit
  • Tax effects due to Brexit coming into effect full swing
  • The potential pros and cons for contractors in the UK due to Brexit
  • The future of contractors working in the UK


The prospects and opportunities involved for contractors due to this project is looked into and the benefits associated with Business Summits in relation to this innovative construction project is touched upon. Both the financial and social aspects of such a project are highlighted

  • A New Milestone for Heathrow
  • A Major Infrastructure Change
  • The M25
  • An Opportunity for Contractors
  • Business Summits



Revealing the enigma of IR35

You may have heard the term IR35 before, but do you know what does it exactly stand for, or more importantly what it entails? IR35 is a tax legislation designed to deal with tax evasion by workers who are providing their services through intermediaries like a limited company, who otherwise would have been an employee if there was no intermediary used. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) refers to these workers as “disguised employees”. IR35 is a set of rules affecting the contractor’s Tax and National Insurance who works for a client through an intermediary.

  • What is IR35
  • Rules and regulations of IR35
  • Reasons for imposition of IR35
  • Financial impacts of IR35
  • Consequences of IR35