Director responsibility during insolvency

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Are there circumstances in which directors must act in, or at least consider, the interests of the company’s creditors? The Supreme Court has addressed this question for the first time during a recent court case and provided a significant verdict for company directors. In this article, Clayton & Brewill outlines director responsibility during the financial […]

Hybrid and flexible working: what employers should know

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Non-standard work arrangements are now the not-so-new normal and come with their own compliance risks. Employers need to be aware of the changing laws surrounding hybrid and flexible working, and the ways in which they can support their employees. In this article Clayton & Brewill looks at the key differences between hybrid and flexible working […]

Short-term property letting: does HMRC need to know?

short term property letting: HMRC rules

Many websites urge property owners to start earning from their home or spare room – but what they don’t always mention is that HMRC may want a piece of the action. Income from short-term property letting will likely need to be included in the calculation of your taxable income, although there are some occasions where […]

May 2023 newsletter: our latest news and updates

Clayton & Brewill’s May 2023 newsletter is now available to view online. In this issue, we look at a number of key talking points in the sector at the moment, including: The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Companies House is getting major new powers, which will impacts company directors, secretaries, and people with significant […]

Making VAT work for your business

In the current economic climate, cash is critical. Yet statistics suggest many businesses don’t reclaim all the VAT they’re entitled to. Nottingham chartered accountants, Clayton & Brewill provides a complete guide on how VAT for your business and how to make it work. When it comes to VAT for your business, there’s a lot to […]

Tax and your home: five key points to be aware of

Your home is likely to be your most important capital asset, so it’s important to consider how tax rules may impact what you can do with it. For instance, do you have to pay tax if you sell your home? What about inheritance tax and planning in later life? In this article, Clayton & Brewill […]

February 2023 newsletter: the latest updates for businesses

Our February 2023 newsletter provides all the latest accounting news and updates for businesses, including the Making Tax Digital deadline postponement, upcoming changes for company directors, basis period reform, a round-up of the new VAT rules, and much more. Download our February newsletter here. You can also read our essential employer update here and our guide […]

Building resilience: how to get your business through tough times

Clayton & Brewill offers practical help for businesses on how to weather the storm in times of crisis. We explain how adapting now could build resilience for the longer term and highlight key areas where the tax system offers potential leverage. They say every business hits a crisis sooner or later. Add together a combination […]

What landlords need to know about Making Tax Digital

Making Tax Digital (MTD) has already impacted VAT, with income tax and corporation tax due to follow in the coming years. There are significant implications for those who pay income tax via self assessment (ITSA), including landlords with taxable income of more than £50,000 a year. In this article, Clayton & Brewill highlights what landlords […]