Domestic reverse charge delay explained

12th September, 2019

The government has announced that it will delay the implementation of the domestic reverse charge until October 2020, citing industry concerns and Brexit as key reasons behind the postponement. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains what you need to know about the reverse charge and why it has been delayed. The delay HMRC has… View Article

The Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA): what we know so far

9th August, 2019

The Autumn Budget 2018 announced the introduction of a new capital allowance called the Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA). In this blog, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton and Brewill provides an overview of SBA, looking at what we know so far about this new capital allowance. An overview The Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA) will provide… View Article

Tax investigations protection – why it’s important you’re covered

30th July, 2019

With HMRC enquiry activity being more focused and targeted than ever before, tax investigations are on the increase. In 2017-18 alone, HRMC collected £30.3 billion through compliance activity. Nottingham chartered accountants, Clayton & Brewill explains more about tax investigations and why it’s important to ensure you have tax investigations protection in place. Tax investigations and… View Article

Summer Update from Clayton & Brewill

24th July, 2019

The Clayton & Brewill Summer Update is now available to view online. Our Summer Update contains advice and articles for both business owners and individuals, including: Signing up for Making Tax Digital New VAT rules for building and construction services What’s new with EMI schemes? Changes to payslip legislation Click here to view the full… View Article

Section 21 notice changes: an update for landlords

18th July, 2019

The government has announced its plans to abolish the use of Section 21 notices, with landlords now expected to use Section 8 if they wish to evict their tenants. This change coincides with the Tenant Fees Act 2019 coming into place last month, which has capped the amount allowed for a tenancy deposit and banned… View Article

What’s new with EMI schemes?

18th June, 2019

The Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) is a flexible employee share option scheme designed for smaller companies. A share option is the right to acquire shares in a company on terms set out in an option agreement. This can be a great financial incentive for employees to work harder in order to help the business succeed,… View Article

Diversity survey

30th April, 2019

Clayton & Brewill are licenced by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to provide probate services. As part of its regulatory responsibilities, the ICAEW require firms registered to provide probate services to carry out and report on diversity monitoring within the firm. The results of our latest diversity survey are available… View Article

Construction Services Domestic Reverse Charge: New VAT rules for building and construction services

18th April, 2019

From 1 October 2019, the Construction Services Domestic Reverse Charge (CSDRC) will be introduced by HMRC, in a bid to tackle VAT fraud in the construction industry. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains what you need to know about the reverse charge measure. The new measure will mean that a person supplying certain construction industry… View Article

Spring update 2019

26th March, 2019

Our Spring update 2019 is now available to view online. Our Spring update contains advice and articles for both business owners and individuals, including: Spring Statement review Changes to pension contributions Preparing for disruption, which includes a guide to Making Tax Digital for VAT Changes to data protection fees An update on the impact recent… View Article

Spring Statement 2019

21st March, 2019

On 13 March 2019, Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his Spring Statement. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill provides a brief review of the Statement, along with some changes that are coming into effect in the near future. Unsurprisingly, the Spring Statement 2019 didn’t really reveal anything that we didn’t already know. The Chancellor pledged last… View Article

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