Tax Newsletters

Business Newsletter May 2024

28 May 2024

In this issue: - Budget surprises - HMRC eyes potentially underdeclared dividend income - What employers need to know Trade and customs: commodity codes - Capital Gains Tax - in the news

Tax Rates 2024/25

26 Mar 2024

Spring Budget 2024 Summary Booklet

07 Mar 2024

In the much anticipated pre-election Budget, the Chancellor announced that the Government was ‘sticking to the plan’ in making tax cuts to help working people and to boost growth.   Our handy Budget Booklet summarises the key changes announced for businesses and individuals.

Spring Budget 2024 Highlights

06 Mar 2024

In the Spring Budget 2024, the Chancellor announced that the government was ‘sticking to the plan’ and therefore able to make further tax cuts for working people and to boost growth.

Ellacotts Business Newsletter February 2024

22 Feb 2024

In this issue Cash basis change means choice for unincorporated businesses Making Tax Digital: remodelled and going ahead Doing business after Brexit: latest Construction industry tax compliance Real or fake? How HMRC communicates Retirement and pensions round-up

Year End Tax Planning Guide 2024

08 Feb 2024

The ideal time to take stock The run up to the end of the tax year on 5 April 2024 is a good time to make sure that your family and business finances are arranged in the best way possible.

Autumn Statement 2023

23 Nov 2023

On 22 November 2023, Jeremy Hunt delivered the ‘Autumn Statement for Growth’.

Autumn Statement 2023 Highlights

22 Nov 2023

Against a backdrop of reducing inflation and greater headroom for spending

Spring Budget 2023

16 Mar 2023

The spring Budget 2023, was announced by Jeremy Hunt on 15 March 2023. What the budget means for you.

Autumn Statement 2022

18 Nov 2022

What the Autumn Statement means for individuals and businesses.

Ellacotts Mini Budget 2022 - September / October update

04 Oct 2022

We have updated the PDF to reflect the changes announced by Jeremy Hunt on 17 October 2022. What Jeremy Hunt's statement means for you