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Hiving off unsuccessful business elements - news article image

Hiving off unsuccessful business elements

by Karyn Jones

17 May 2022

Over the course of the last couple of years, most companies have had to learn, very quickly, how to adapt to new and constantly changing business conditions and demands.

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Seeking funding or investment from a position of strength

by Charles Breece

16 May 2022

“Fail to prepare – prepare to fail” an age-old statement I’m sure most of us have heard from parents or teachers along the way.

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Shaw Gibbs introduce Dext Prepare

by Gemma Barrett

13 May 2022

At Shaw Gibbs we pride ourselves on our key values, Expert, Respectful, Innovative and Collaborative, and are always looking at ways in which we can enhance our services.

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The rise of the Covid-preneur

by Peter Watts

9 May 2022

Amidst the challenges that the pandemic has bought, many opportunities have unfolded. The number of business start-ups has for example, reached new records as entrepreneurial-minded individuals have seen an opportunity to strike out on their own.

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End of temporary winding up restrictions

by Hayley Simmons

31 Mar 2022

Amongst the various temporary measures to help protect companies affected by Covid were a number of insolvency restrictions.

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Tips for exiting landlords – winding up

by Karyn Jones

29 Mar 2022

Are you ready for an exit? Have you completed a development, need to divide a property portfolio between stakeholders or ready to retire?

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DFK ranked sixth largest association in the world

by Fran Kidd

28 Mar 2022

DFK International has been ranked as the sixth largest association in the world by a leading industry magazine.

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Tips for investment landlords - incorporating a portfolio

by Reece Pourou

24 Mar 2022

The government have introduced various methods over the past few years to discourage individuals from owning multiple residential properties, such as implementing an additional 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on second properties.

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Spring Statement 2022 – the cost of living mini-budget

by Karyn Jones

23 Mar 2022

As expected, the Spring Statement addressed the cost of living crisis and inflation hitting a 30 year high. Some of this has stemmed from the countless billions used to protect businesses and individuals from the brutal impact of Covid lockdowns. Equally, we are in the throes of supply-chain issues and additional costs as a result of the war in Ukraine and of course, the hangover form Brexit.

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VAT records for Making Tax Digital

by Darshil Shah

23 Mar 2022

From the 1st of April 2022, all VAT registered businesses that have taxable turnover more than £85,000 must abide by the Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTD) rules by making their tax records digital.

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Tips for landlords - ensuring tax efficiency - news article image

Tips for landlords - ensuring tax efficiency

by Emily Hillier

17 Mar 2022

Firstly, it is important to claim allowable expenses as a deduction against rental income received, our ‘First time landlord’ article discusses these.

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Tips for investment landlords - building a portfolio

by Vinay Bahl

16 Mar 2022

The objectives of building a property portfolio are primarily to scale monthly rental income and to hold properties for capital appreciation. A property portfolio can be built in a number of different ownership structures such as individuals, partnerships and companies.

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Tips for first time landlords – Paying Income Tax - news article image

Tips for first time landlords – Paying Income Tax

by Emily Hillier

14 Mar 2022

If you are renting your own house or even rooms within the property you live in, it is important to remember that you are classed as a landlord and therefore there are some obligations you may have to adhere to.

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Financial Planning Development Programme

by Ed Gibson

10 Mar 2022

Many of you reading this will have had contact with James Nelson from the Financial Planning Division, a key member of the team and responsible for developing and managing our review process. What you may not know is that James is the first to go through the Financial Planning Development Programme at Shaw Gibbs.

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Cryptocurrency

by Peter Jones

9 Mar 2022

Whilst cryptocurrency is a relatively new asset, it is becoming more prevalent as access becomes more accessible for individuals. It is however important to consider the taxation position of the transactions being undertaken.

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Tips for first-time landlords – finding your property

by Emily Hillier

9 Mar 2022

There are several reasons why people decide to become a landlord, whether this is an investment decision or based on personal circumstances, the UK property rental sector is an attractive prospect and can achieve a higher return on investment than traditional savings.

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57 is the new 55

by Ed Gibson

3 Mar 2022

Despite everything that has been happening over the last couple of years, I think most people are aware that the Government has put in place a gradual increase in the State Pension Age from 65 to 67 for those born after 1960, which is due to be completed by 2028. This is then due to be followed by an increase to 68 for those reaching that age between 2044 and 2046.

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Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)

by Emily Hillier

2 Mar 2022

ATED is an annual tax payable mainly by companies and partnerships with a corporate member that own UK residential property, which started to apply from 01 April 2013. It applies to properties valued in excess of £500,000 from 01 April 2016 onwards.

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Why make a Financial Plan?

by Tim Davison

2 Mar 2022

Money can be a great source of angst and anxiety for people – some have “too much” and tax is seen as a problem; whilst others have too little and just living their lives is a constant battle; many just don’t know where they are with their money.

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Shaw Gibbs announce the promotion of two Associate Directors

by Fran Kidd

1 Mar 2022

Shaw Gibbs are proud to announce the promotion of Emily Hillier and Fran Kidd to the role of Associate Director. From the 1 February, Emily became Associate Director, Personal Tax whilst Fran is now Associate Director, Clients & Markets.

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