Employee Benefit Trusts. Is HMRC Softening its Stance?

Posted 6th February 2019 by Craig in

Loan Charge

Employee Benefit Trusts. Is HMRC Softening its Stance?

HMRC has suggested those freelance contractors earning under £30,000 could be given 7 years to pay the Loan Charge as a result of Employee Benefit Trusts or other disguised remuneration loans. Not a big concession, we argue.

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Brexit Uncertainty? China Slowdown? Insolvencies are Rising

Posted 1st February 2019 by Craig in

Company Insolvency Advice

Brexit Uncertainty? China Slowdown? Insolvencies are Rising

Businesses are facing many pressures right now. The future is uncertain. Take early company insolvency advice to help cope with financial difficulties and avoid insolvency.

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Company Insolvency Advice from Antony Batty & Company

Posted 14th December 2018 by Craig in

Company Insolvency Advice

What are the Legal Responsibilities placed on Directors if Trading Whilst Knowingly Insolvent?

Directors of financially troubled companies need to take extra care in these uncertain times, especially regarding knowing what their responsibilities are and the serious consequences (including director disqualification and personal liability to creditors) for not carrying out these responsibilities when insolvency strikes.

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HMRC Aggressively Chasing Payment of APNs

Posted 21st November 2018 by Craig in

Accelerated Payment Notices

HMRC Aggressively Chasing Payment of Accelerated Payment Notices

HMRC is Knocking on Doors for Payment of Accelerated Payment Notices. They can then start enforcement proceedings. Insolvency could be the outcome. Talk to us for help & advice

 

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