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Missed Self Assessment Deadline ?

  Our client has been completing self-assessment tax returns for many years, however this year he was unable to provide the information in time to meet the deadline. Due to this, his return will be submitted after the 31st January deadline. This is our answer to his question of where he stands with regard to […]

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Autumn Statement – Comments & Press Release

Trio Accountancy – Autumn Statement Commentary Find out all our reaction to the Autumn Statement and Spending Review announced by Chancellor George Osborne on November 25th. For property investors, landlords, small business owners and anyone interested in the new digital tax rules, it is a ‘must read’. As always, please get in touch if you […]

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Summer Budget Blog – July 2015

It is hard to reconcile the Chancellor’s announcement that there will be no increase in tax rates, with the change he has announced to the taxation of dividends, as this change will inevitably result in an increase in the rate of tax payable on dividends.   It seems to me that what the Revenue are […]

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Starting a new business ? Free consultations

Thinking of starting a new business or in the early stages of deciding whether it might be better to become a sole trader or create a limited company?  Our experts at Trio are on hand to help.  Firstly with a simple new guide, which you can read by clicking here Starting In Business – factsheet Having […]

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Blog – Use Your Capital Allowances

Capital Allowances – Annual Investment Allowance Increased to £500,000 One of the very exciting announcements of the chancellor’s 2014 budget was the increase of the Annual Investment Allowance to £500,000 to the end of 2015. If you think you may not be using the allowance to your full benefit why not get in touch with […]

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Blog – Disposals of UK residential property

Capital Gains Tax to be payable by non-resident individuals on disposals of UK residential property. It has been announced that from April 2015 the disposal of residential property by non-residents will be subject to UK capital gains tax. It is not yet clear how the proposed new rules will be implemented, but the Chancellor has […]

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