Tips for Preparing Your Self-Assessment Tax Returns

As we approach the end of the current tax year, individuals and businesses are gearing up for the annual task of collating their information to enable them to file their Self-Assessment Tax Returns with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). This process can often seem daunting, but with careful preparation and organisation, it can be managed […]

Tax Planning – Get ahead for 2023/24

Tax Planning plays a pivotal role and is a crucial aspect of financial management that individuals and businesses must consider.  At NRB, we understand the complexities of taxation and aim to provide comprehensive guidance to our clients to ensure effective tax planning. As the current tax year draws to a close, it’s essential to consider […]

Concise Overview of Recent Tax Developments

Key Insights from the Latest Tax Updates for the Week Ending 21st February 2024 This week’s tax news roundup includes significant developments such as: Documentation Requirements for Creative Industry Tax Reliefs In light of recent changes and tax developments announced by HMRC, companies seeking creative industry tax reliefs must now provide compelling evidence to support […]

Side Hustling and Tax Regulations: HMRC Requirements

In the ever-evolving landscape of employment, the concept of side hustling has become increasingly prevalent. Side hustles, often undertaken alongside traditional employment, offer individuals a means to pursue their passions, bolster their income, or simply explore new opportunities. However, as the gig economy continues to expand, tax authorities such as HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) […]

HMRC Release Online Tax Code Tool

Struggling to understand what your tax code means? Have you ever understood your tax code? Do you know what a tax code is? HMRC have released a new online tool to help taxpayers understand what their tax code means. The online tool is designed to help, assist and explain your tax code and why your […]

Research and Development (R&D) Updates

How HMRC are tightening up on Research & Development claims HMRC are tightening up on the Research & Development (R&D) claims process in order to tackle errors and suspected abuse of the regime. They have therefore introduced what they feel will be a more robust process to enable them to monitor the whole claims process […]

Autumn Statement 2022 – The Highlights

Jeremy Hunt delivered his first Autumn Statement this afternoon and has promised the government will deliver a plan to tackle the cost-of-living crisis and rebuild the UK economy. The chancellor says his priorities are stability, growth, and public services, and is providing “fair solutions” despite taking “difficult decisions”. With this, the Chancellor has announced tens […]

100 Days Until the Self-Assessment Submission Deadline

There are just 100 days until the deadline to file your Self-Assessment Tax Return into HM Revenue & Customs. If we haven’t prepared your Return yet or you haven’t yet submitted your information to us, you should have received our reminder via email last week. Our tax department are here to help – please don’t […]

HMRC confirm R&D offset position

HMRC’s policy team have issued some good news to businesses with the confirmation that  R&D tax credit repayment claims will not be subject to offset against tax deferred under a coronavirus scheme. This means that if your business has, for example, deferred its VAT liability these R&D repayable claims will still be repaid to the […]

The INCREDIBLY INTERESTING History of Income Tax in the UK part 2

It all began in 1582 when Pope Gregory XIII ordered a change of calendar from the Julian (named after Julius Caesar), which had been in use since 42 BC to the Gregorian. The Julian calendar, which consisted of eleven months of 30 or 31 days and a 28-day February (extended to 29 days every fourth year), was […]

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We like to do the best for our clients and this isn’t always easy. We aren’t afraid to use our integrity to confront difficult situations. We firmly believe that acting with our utmost integrity those difficult conversations will help to build our trust with our clients. Sometimes the difficult option is the best.

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