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International Accountant Magazine recently published a contribution article written by Mark Taylor, Head of Tax Investigations, on how unannounced visits by HMRC are becoming more common.
From the outside, British fintech firms may appear to be in a brilliant position. The government is committed to making the UK the “best place in the world to start a fintech business,” while last year VC investment in British fintech firms more than doubled – leaving the UK second only to the US worldwide.
When you’re looking to grow your business, it can be difficult to know where to focus your energy. Should you pour money into product development, expand your marketing efforts or move into a swanky new office? But the story of Facebook – one of the most successful tech scale-up stories of all time – suggests that it’s not just what you do, but who you hire to do it. While the company has faced its fair share of controversy recently, nonetheless Facebook’s people strategy offers some important insights for aspiring tech companies.
Last week, Tech Nation published their latest report exploring the state of the tech sector in the UK. And if you’re one of London’s many tech companies, it’s safe to say that it made for pretty enjoyable reading.
Small standalone UK companies and LLPs are exempt from audit. If the entity is in a group, however, it can only claim the “small” audit exemption (s477 exemption) if the whole worldwide group of which it is a member is also small.
HMRC previously advised that Enterprise Management Incentive (“EMI”) schemes should not be established until further notice as State Aid approval from the European Union (EU) lapsed on 6 April and EMI options issued prior to re-approval may not be eligible for tax advantages previously afforded to option holders.
Most architectural practices will have heard about R&D tax credits by now. Unfortunately, I find there is widespread fear about asking for money from HMRC in case this has a negative impact on the wider tax relationship.
Submitting an R&D tax credit claim can be the first substantial interaction many new companies will have HMRC. This can be a daunting prospect, and it might well be tempting for you to claim very little or put off claiming altogether rather than engaging with HMRC. Don’t! In this article we explain simple ways you can approach making a claim, that ultimately make it easier for HMRC to review and assess.
Micro-entities are very small UK companies or LLPs. Your company may be a micro-entity if it meets two of the three following criteria: turnover of £632,000 or less; assets of £316,000 or less; 10 employees or less. Here, we take a look at the ins and outs of what it means to be a micro-entity.
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