It’s never too early to submit your self-assessment tax return, even if the deadline for the 2021/22 tax year is all the way in January 2023.
Significant changes to the corporation tax system are being introduced in April 2023. We explain what they are, who they affect, and what else may change in the future.
As the current tax year winds down, what does the inaugural SNP-Green Budget have in store for you in the 2022/23 tax year?
Taxpayers now have until 28 February 2022 to file their 2020/21 returns, although 31,000 did theirs over the Christmas period.
The deadline to submit your tax return for 2020/21 approaching, and this time you need to account for any SEISS grants you received.
What did Westminster’s Autumn Budget mean for Scottish firms ahead of our devolved Budget to be delivered on 9 December?
As the various COVID-19 business support measures draw to a close, what was their impact and what can businesses do next?
From April 2024, MTD for ITSA will replace the self-assessment tax return for most self-employed taxpayers.
Should basis period reforms get the green light, it will impact on LLPs, partnerships, and GP practices who don’t operate to year-ends of 31 March or 5 April.
A brief overview of the construction industry scheme (CIS), including how to register, four new changes for 2021/22, and penalties for non-compliance.