Abigail is a trainee in our office in Inverness. She wants to qualify as an accountant, and she has just moved a step closer, landing an important catch. She only has a few more exams to go and this time she passed her Tax exam, arguably one of the most useful and important steps on […]
1 November 2022
If you control more than 25% of the shares or voting rights of a company, have influence over that company, and can appoint directors, then you are a person with significant control (PSC). Your status as PSC will have been (or should have been) recorded in the company’s record at Companies House. HMRC is now
Every week we take a look at what is trending in the accountancy and tax press and share items that we think will interest you. However, these are only outlines and where they relate to tax planning should not be acted upon without looking into them more completely as everyone’s circumstances are particular to them.
I am writing this on the day that Rishi Sunak becomes UK Prime Minister. The last few weeks have seen some extraordinary scenes. Has it been a failure of the democratic process? Possibly, but every system has its weaknesses. What will the next few weeks and months bring? I don’t think anyone would like to