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When Disaster Strikes

Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster, especially when the federal government declares their location to be a major disaster area. 646 more words

Accountant

Farewell To The Fairfax Meals Tax!


Despite an extensive, but ultimately ineffective, propaganda campaign by FCPS and other entities with a vested interest in the passage of the meals tax, the voters of Fairfax County have spoken. 154 more words

Fairfax County

When Disaster Strikes

Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster, especially when the federal government declares their location to be a major disaster area. 664 more words

It's time for a Tax and NI free Trivial Benefit

Christmas is definitely a time when you can give your employees and yourself a trivial benefit worth up to £50.

Section 323A ITEPA 2003 sets out a statutory exemption for trivial benefits. 296 more words

Bicknell Business Adviser

Buy-to-let tax relief changes -what does it mean?

It seems the wonderful Government are hell bent on squeezing every penny they can from the buy-to-let sector. After the Budget announced that all tax relief on buy-to-let mortgage interest payments would be slashed, (to be phased in from April 2017) and then in the Autumn Budget, they added an extra 3% stamp duty on all buy-to-let properties and second home purchases over £40,000. 472 more words

Property

Pension Season

In the Irish context, all self-employed people have an obligation to get their tax returns in by the end of October. This can be a very stressful, pressurised time for many small business owners around the country. 845 more words

Retirement

Incentives for start-ups: expansion and diversification of crowdfunding

In April 2015, the government presented a tax shelter plan for the digital economy.

The final tax shelter plan provides that investments in new shares of start-ups will, if certain conditions are met, be eligible for a tax relief of 30% (SME) or 45% (micro company). 235 more words

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