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HMRC delays issuing late tax return penalties

Everyone will be aware that HMRC issues late filing penalties to anyone that does not submit their tax return by the filing deadline, which for many was 31 January 2019 for the year ended 5 April 2018. Usually these penalties are issued in February, however this year...

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Can you do anything to save yourself some tax?

As the end of the tax year is nearly upon us, now is the time to be thinking about what action can be taken to assist in reducing tax liabilities for the year ended 5 April 2019. Ensuring that all the appropriate reliefs and allowances have been used should always be...

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It’s chilli at Igloo!

I’d heard from a colleague that there’s a new venue opened in Castle Street, Cirencester called Igloo. I had in mind visiting it in the warmer weather for an ice cream float, but this is not an ice cream parlour but a family owned restaurant serving locally sourced...

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This too shall pass

Let’s face it, you can’t avoid the headlines of the mess we’re in over the BREXIT negotiations and the impact it will have on our lives and investments. Nor the state of global stockmarkets with talk of US trade wars, fears over inflation and a host of other issues to...

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Jumping for Jacks

  It’s my first working lunch of 2019 and today, with partner Dave Marshall, we set out to discover why everyone is raving about Jack’s in Old Town, Swindon. It doesn’t take us long to find out!  Inside the café/bar/restaurant with its American styled décor we...

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National Minimum Wage

Some of you may have read recently that Iceland Foods appear to have been given an unwanted Christmas present from HMRC in the form of a demand to pay £21m in back pay, with potential penalties to follow, for failing to adhere to minimum wage regulations. Some might...

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