The Government has published new regulations aimed at consolidating the law on distance and doorstep selling, providing further protection for consumers and making it easier for them to know their rights.
The Charity Commission (the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales) has launched a consultation seeking views about proposed changes to the Annual Return for 2015. The consultation follows changes to the Annual Return for 2012 and 2013, which were made as a result of information gained through previous consultations.
When was the last time you “vacuum-cleanered” your house, took a dip in a “whirlpool bath” or even used a “search engine” (as opposed to “googled it”)? OK, so the last one is not quite there yet (hence the explanation) but you get the picture.
The value threshold above which residential properties become subject to the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) is to be lowered from £2 million to £500,000 over the next two years, under proposals announced in the Chancellor’s 2014 Budget.
Farmers are facing further uncertainty, adding to that resulting from forthcoming changes to Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments, as a result of a legal challenge to the definition of ‘permanent pasture’.
The maximum amount of tax relief available under the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) for qualifying purchases made between 6th April 2014 and 31st December 2015 has doubled from £250,000 to £500,000.
The Supreme Court has held that a former equity partner of a law firm incorporated as a limited liability partnership (LLP) was clearly a worker and therefore eligible to bring a whistleblowing claim against the LLP.
Owner-managed businesses should be alerted to the consequences of leasing a car through a company, as the advantage of a lower lease premium may be outweighed by the tax and NICs liabilities that result.
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