Tax card 2020/21

These rates and allowances are based on Spring Budget 2020 announcements made by the UK and Northern Ireland, Scottish and Welsh Governments and are for information only.
All information is subject to change before 6 April 2020 and confirmation by the respective governments. The above must not be considered advice and no warranty is given for the accuracy or completeness of the details. Professional advice should be sought before making any decisions.
Rates apply to the UK and Northern Ireland unless stated otherwise.

Employer issues with auto-enrolment

Employer issues with automatic enrolment Policy success, but headache for employers? Back in 2012, less than half of private-sector employees in the UK had a pension scheme. Today, that figure is 85% and this huge increase is due to the successful rollout of auto-enrolment. It started with the largest companies and now applies to employers […]

HMRC’s approach to taxing cryptocurrencies

Cryptoassets: The revenue’s tax stance HMRC updates tax guidance for digital currencies. Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrencies have grown steadily into the public consciousness, and the taxman’s too. Once the realm of geeks and hackers, cryptocurrencies are becoming more mainstream. In late 2017, the price of a single Bitcoin surged to about […]

Insider: March 2020

Almost a million taxpayers missed the self-assessment deadline on 31 January, despite record numbers of compliance.