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Bob Edwards, our founder director, writes two 300 word articles a week on topical tax and other business related issues and makes them available to subscribers. He also writes copy for firm's websites on a price per assignment basis.

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Topics covered by recent blog posts

England returns to Plan A

Published 31st January 2022

England returns to Plan A (extract)

In between the other political distractions of the last few weeks, England has returned to the COVID measures set out in Plan A. This means:

  • The government is no longer asking people to work from home if they can. People should now talk to their employers to agree arrangements to return to the office.
  • Face coverings are no longer advised for staff and pupils in secondary school and college classrooms.
  • Face coverings are no longer advised for staff and pupils in communal areas of secondary schools, nor for staff in communal areas of primaries.

One-third of self-assessment returns still to be filed

Published 31st January 2022

One-third of self-assessment returns still to be filed (extract)

HMRC has confirmed that four million out of twelve point two million taxpayers have yet to file their 2020-21 self-assessment tax returns. Which means that an equivalent proportion of taxes due 31 January 2022 will remain unpaid; at least for the foreseeable future.

More time to file tax returns and pay tax due

Published 10th January 2022

More time to file tax returns and pay tax due (extract from article)


HMRC is responding to the pressures we all feel as the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, makes normal life difficult once more.

The offer by HMRC is generous. Basically, they have announced that taxpayers who have still not filed their self-assessment tax returns for 2020-21, will be granted an extra month to file online without triggering a penalty, and an easing of late payment penalties if unable to meet tax payments falling due on 31 January 2022.

In a recent press release issued 6 January 2022, they said:

Are you registered to use MTD for VAT?

Published 10th January 2022

Are you registered to use MTD for VAT? (Extract from article)


Businesses are reminded to take steps to prepare for Making Tax Digital for Value Added Tax (VAT) before it becomes mandatory for all VAT-registered businesses from 1 April this year.

Making Tax Digital is designed to help businesses eliminate common errors and save time managing their tax affairs.

Making Tax Digital for VAT is part of the overall digitalisation of UK Tax. In a recent independent study of over 2,000 businesses, 69% reported experiencing at least one benefit from Making Tax Digital. These included preparing and submitting returns faster and increased confidence that they were getting tax right. Sixty-seven percent of businesses also felt Making Tax Digital had reduced the potential for mistakes in at least one aspect of the record keeping, preparing and submitting returns process.

Will your earnings exceed any of these amounts in 2021-22?

Published 5th January 2022

£100,000 - Loss of income tax personal allowance

Your income tax personal allowance - £12,570 for 2021-22 – will be reduced by £1 for every £2 your adjusted net income exceeds £100,000.

If your projected earnings for the current tax year are expected to be in excess of £100,000, perhaps for the first time, you still have three months to consider planning options to help you avoid this potential reduction in your personal allowance for 2021-22.

(This post examines a number of issues that open up tax planning opportunities for 2021-22.)


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