UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt gave his Spring Budget yesterday telling MPs “the OBR is now forecasting that there will be no recession”. Worth noting, no extension was given to the super deduction tax which WILL now end 31 March ’23 and the planned Corporation Tax rate increase IS going ahead from April ’23
The UK’s main rate of corporation tax will increase from 19% to 25% with effect from 1 April 2023. Not every company will pay at this rate. A small profits rate of 19% will be introduced for companies with annual chargeable profits of £50,000 or less, with a tapered tax band for those with profits between £50,000 and £250,000.
Your personal affairs, your family and business affairs, and your plans for the long term, need to be arranged as tax efficiently as possible. The period before the end of the tax year, on 5 April 2023, is the BEST time to do this. Make sure to check out our year end-tax planning guide 2022-23 – a must read, right now, to maximise the opportunities availableContinue reading
The strong theme of the new Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng’s first budget has been the stimulation of growth. The mini-budget 2022 (not so mini) is designed to boost economic growth through tax cuts, which will be paid for by increasing the UK’s national debt.
UPDATE 3 October: *since the mini budget on Friday 23rd September, the government have made a U turn on abolishing the 45% high rate of income taxContinue reading
If you’re a director of a limited company, can you borrow money from your company? The simple answer is yes, however, there are a number of things to consider before doing so, in particular, tax implications and pressures on cash flow.Continue reading
As the end of the tax year approaches, it’s a great time to consider if there are any opportunities to benefit from tax relief. Here are HB’s top tax tips for businesses for the year end – if you want to know more, give the tax team at HB Accountant a call.Continue reading