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Complex tax system reveals flaws in HMRC’s own software

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

As accountants, one of our chief concerns about the tax system is its sheer complexity. It is, often, unnecessarily difficult for taxpayers to understand and to plan for. It now also seems that our complex…

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We welcome another new face

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

We are continuing our expansion with the arrival of Samantha Green, who joins our Huntingdon office. Samantha is a member of both AAT and ICAEW, with over five years’ experience working with small and…

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Making Tax Digital: What’s new?

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The plans for Making Tax Digital, the Government’s flagship regime designed to make the tax system digital by 2020, are becoming as interchangeable as the weather. With less than 12 months until MTD…

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Update on latest buy-to-let tax changes

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The latest in a series of tax changes hitting buy-to-let landlords came into effect earlier this month and threatens to have a significant impact on the sector. The start of the 2017-18 tax year saw the…

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Tax advantages of salary sacrifice end with new tax year

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

Until the start of the new tax year, which began earlier this week, employees sacrificing part of their salary in return for benefits, such as gym membership, school fees or a work mobile phone, did not…

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Time to plan ahead for tax

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The end of the tax year is less than two weeks away, meaning that now is the perfect time to review your affairs and ensure they are working in your favour. The past 12 months has seen considerable adjustment…

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The last Spring Budget: A Summary…

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

The Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first and last Spring Budget on the 8th March. He gave a promising speech in that he altered very little within the tax system promoting a level of stability…

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Entrepreneurs lose out in Spring Budget

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

  Delivering the last ever Spring Budget to Parliament the Chancellor confirmed his intention to set out a ‘brighter future’ for Britain. However, we are not convinced that the future looks quite…

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Non-dom tax changes are imminent

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

Changes to the taxation of individuals who are domiciled outside of the UK are set to come into effect at the start of the new tax year on 6 April 2017 and will have wide-ranging implications for those…

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George Hay to hold Breakfast Briefing following Spring Budget 2017

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George Hay Chartered Accountants

We will be hosting a FREE Seminar following the Spring Budget, which is due to be delivered on 8th March. The eighth annual Breakfast Briefing Seminar will take place on Friday 10th March, at Huntingdon…

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