Mini budget 2022: the chancellor unveils plan for growth

23rd September, 2022

From income tax to stamp duty and national insurance, Kwasi Kwarteng’s first announcement as chancellor proved to be far from the ‘mini’ budget that had been expected. Clayton & Brewill provides an overview of the mini budget 2022 and what it means for businesses. Having only been chancellor for a matter of days, Kwasi Kwarteng… View Article

Diversification and VAT: tax implications for farming businesses

12th May, 2020

Farm diversification is becoming increasingly popular as a means of generating new income, but it is important for farmers to consider the full tax implications that any new enterprise could have on their farming business. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explain how diversification can affect your VAT liability. In years gone by, the vast… View Article

Claiming capital allowances

5th September, 2019

Getting tax relief on a claim for capital allowances is not always plain sailing. This was recently highlighted at a tax tribunal, where a taxpayer faced the possibility of forfeiting tax relief on 80% of his expenditure. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains more about this particular case and the recent changes around capital… View Article

Tax tips for farming businesses

17th January, 2019

With the end of the EU Common Agricultural Policy in the UK imminent, the farming industry has big change on the horizon. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill provides advice on reviewing your business in light of the changes, as well as providing some tax tips for farming businesses to consider when conducting this review…. View Article

Brexit: planning ahead

6th June, 2018

On 29 March 2017, the government triggered Article 50, starting the formal process for the UK to leave the EU. This will happen on 29 March 2019. Brexit: a little word with big consequences and a lot of uncertainty. Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill provides some guidance on how best to be prepared for the… View Article

Post-Brexit changes to farming subsidies

7th February, 2018

The government has recently set out plans for farming subsidies post-Brexit. Doug Perry, partner at Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton and Brewill, explains the plans and what they mean for the farming industry. Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, recently set out the government’s plans for farming funding post-Brexit. He announced that… View Article

Clayton & Brewill now licensed for probate work

19th May, 2016

Nottingham and Long Eaton accountancy firm Clayton & Brewill has become one of a handful of firms in the region to be registered by the ICAEW as a licensed probate firm. Neil South, partner and chartered accountant at Clayton & Brewill, commented: “Clayton & Brewill has a long history of advising clients on their personal tax matters, including inheritance tax… View Article

Budget Report 2016 – Clayton & Brewill

17th March, 2016

Welcome  to the Clayton & Brewill Budget 2016 report, with an overview of the announcements and changes that may affect you and your business. As always, please do contact us if you would like to discuss in detail the impact of any of these changes. Small Business Rate Relief threshold rising to £12,000 Corporation tax to reach 17% from April 2020 New… View Article

Autumn Statement 2015: measures for businesses, individuals, farmers, and landlords

26th November, 2015

The chartered accountants and tax specialists at Clayton & Brewill take a look at the Autumn Statement 2015 and assess the key measures. Chancellor George Osborne pledged to move from ‘rescue’ to ‘rebuilding’ as he presented his combined Autumn Statement and Spending Review to the House of Commons on Wednesday 25 November. His plans were boosted… View Article

October client update from Long Eaton & Nottingham accountants Clayton & Brewill

16th October, 2015

The Clayton & Brewill October newsletter is now available to view online. This issue contains advice and articles for both business owners and individuals, including: Dividends vs salary – what’s the best option for business owners? Entrepreneurs’ Relief explained Planning for capital expenditure? Make the most of the Annual Investment Allowance Preparing for self-assessment Landlords: time to prepare… View Article

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