The 2023 motorsports season is under way and we are delighted to announce our sponsorship of Neirin Teifi Evans, junior kart driver for the Daniel Ricciardo Series. Aged just 14, Neirin only started karting in early 2022 and has progressed rapidly to compete nationally with one of the best series in the UK. The first […]
Research carried out by banknote production company De La Rue has revealed that the global demand for banknotes is currently at its lowest level in 20 years. De La Rue, which printed paper banknotes and provides polymer for newer banknotes, stated that the demand for physical cash has fallen since the pandemic, with the popularity […]
With many Year 13 students currently completing their UCAS applications at this time of year, thoughts inevitably change to how parents will fund their offspring through the university journey. On that note, the Government has announced the largest changes to the student loans system in England since fees were allowed to triple in 2012. Starting […]
The estimated tax gap for the 2020/21 tax year is 5.1% – the second lowest recorded percentage – and is unchanged from the previous year, according to the latest data from HMRC. The annual “Measuring Tax Gaps” publication estimates the difference between the total amount of tax expected to be paid and the total amount […]
They’re strange, they’re complex, they’re everywhere, and we forget them far more than is absolutely healthy for us. No, we’re not talking about anniversaries (though sometimes we are! You’ll see what we mean later…). We’re talking about your passwords! Today marks the ninth anniversary of World Password Day, an event created by Intel to raise […]
Following the publication of research which shows that almost a quarter of free-to-use ATMs have vanished since 2018, consumer group Which? has stated that it is ‘now or never’ to save cash. The research also found that almost half of the UK’s bank branches have closed since 2015, leaving individuals who rely on cash and […]
The number of new business start-ups in Wales is outperforming all other areas of the UK with an increase of 31% in quarter one of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. The effects of Covid-19 and the initial post-Brexit trade agreement period on the Welsh economy have been tracked as part of Economic […]
Your company is paying for an electric charging point to be fitted at your home, and both you and your partner will use it as you each have electric cars. Will this count as a taxable benefit in kind and what are the tax consequences if you sell your home?
Should you make your spouse a business partner to save tax?