Did you know that if you bring in more than £10,000 income as a sole trader or landlord, you’ll have to comply with Making Tax Digital (MTD) from April 2023?
Glamorous though it might seem, modelling is a profession like any other and accounting for deductible allowances from your tax bill is a simple yet effective way to make your business more profitable.
A growing number of overseas investors are forming limited companies to acquire UK property portfolios. What are the tax benefits of this approach? And are there downsides to bear in mind?
“Sole trader or limited company?” is a question any prospective self-employed person asks themselves. It’s especially important for those in the film industry.
If you’re a photographer or modelling agent, there might come a time when you find yourself turning down work. That’s when you know it’s time to grow.
If it’s just now dawning on you that you’ve never registered with HMRC, there are steps you can take to resolve things – but the sooner you act, the better.
Recovery was the theme of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s speech on Wednesday 3 March. Here’s what it means for our clients in the creative and property industries.
Holidaymakers to the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera are expected to soar by almost a third as a result of other destinations being hit by fear of terror attacks. A Safer Place? Following recent tragic events in Egypt and Tunisia, the Islands are...
But the word has come to have great significance in UK politics and is our annual fiscal review. The first Budget appears to date back to 1733 when Britain experienced a so-called Excise Crisis. The Prime Minister at the time, Robert Walpole, planned to shift the...
Of course, stock markets did not begin as the high-tech, super-sophisticated, simultaneous, worldwide trading exchanges of today, but the concept of stocks and shares, and the dealings thereof, go back many years. How it all began … Foreign Exchange is born. The...