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Working from home tax relief broadened
Limits on tax relief for working from home have been removed for 2020/21.
Next stage of MTD
Phase 2 of the Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime will come into force on 1 April 2021.
Ups and downs of capital allowances
The annual investment allowance (AIA) £1 million limit, originally due to end on 31 December 2020, will now run until 31 December 2021.
Off-payroll changes finally launch in April
The government has confirmed the changes will take effect from April 2021
A makeover for capital gains tax?
If you have capital gains that you have not yet realised, you may wish to make disposals by 5 April
Brexit - VAT postponed accounting
The end of the Brexit transitional period on 31 December 2020 means a change in the VAT accounting rules
New proposals to promote business confidence
The government is planning significant changes to the registry of company information.
Guidance on changes to VAT deferral scheme
If you deferred VAT payments due and still have an amount outstanding, there are 3 options available to you.
Spring Budget 2021
View the latest 2021 spring budget to see what the Chancellor has announced mid-pandemic.
2020 Summer Statement
Find out more on the recent 2020 summer statement announced by Rishi Sunak since the previous spring budget, back in March.
Spring Budget 2020
The newly appointed Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced a spirited Budget with a repeated emphasis on ‘getting things done’, echoing the recent election campaign.
Price Pearson Charity of the Year 2018 - 2019
Find out what the Price Pearson team got up to in order to raise an astonishing amount for Acorn's Children's Charity, and discover who our Charity of the Year 2019-2020 is!
Tax Tables 2019-20
The spring statement also included some key changes for the 2019/2020 tax year
Spring Statement 2019
Much of the Chancellor’s Spring Statement consisted of appeals to parliament to deliver an orderly exit from the EU.
Christmas Jumper Day 2018
Price Pearson raise and amazing £303 for charity
Autumn Budget 2018
The end to austerity takes shape
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