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Building towards a Smooth Exit for Owner Managed Businesses

Posted: 10th Jun 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Business Advice General, Corporate Finance, Uncategorised

Is your business landscape going to change with a new Government? The General Election may bring yet more uncertainty for business owners, especially those who are considering when to exit their business and the tax implications of that. So with an aging business owner population and younger business owners not wishing to employ staff but… Read more

Changes to the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC), Should You Now Be Claiming?

Posted: 2nd May 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Child Benefit, Taxation

In this year’s Spring Budget, the Chancellor announced changes to the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC). This measure has increased the adjusted net income threshold for the HICBC from £50,000 to £60,000, from 6th April 2024.  In this blog we will explain a bit about the changes so you can determine how it might… Read more

A Summary of The Spring Budget 2024

Posted: 30th Apr 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Budget, Pensions, Taxation

Following the Chancellor’s Spring Budget speech last month, we have put together a summary of the most significant announcements to help you understand what the 2024 Budget means for you. His speech promised more investment, more jobs, better public services, and lower tax. National Insurance The Chancellor made further changes to National Insurance Contributions (NICs),… Read more

Tax Rate Cards 2024/25

Posted: 5th Apr 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Inheritance Tax, Pensions, Property, Taxation

Hunter Gee Holroyd have produced a Tax Card which summarises many of the rates and allowances fundamental to your business and personal lives. It’s a great point of reference throughout the coming tax year and contains lots of information on personal, business, employment, property and capital taxes, including any changes. . Our guide contains information… Read more

Year End Tax Planning Guide

Posted: 6th Mar 2024 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Investments, Taxation

The run up to the end of the tax year on 5 April 2024 is a good time to make sure that your family and business finances are arranged in the best way possible. The freeze of many tax rates and thresholds continues to increase the government’s tax take, but there are still many useful… Read more

Autumn Statement Highlights

Posted: 28th Nov 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Taxation

Against a backdrop of reducing inflation and greater headroom for spending, the Chancellor announced several tax cuts and boosts to business in his ‘Autumn Statement for Growth’. Headlines Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NICs) will be abolished and the main rate of Class 4 NICs will reduce from 9% to 8% from 6 April 2024…. Read more

Tax Rates Cards 2023-24

Posted: 30th Mar 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Inheritance Tax, Pensions, Property, Taxation

Hunter Gee Holroyd have produced a Tax Card which summarises many of the rates and allowances fundamental to your business and personal lives. It’s a great point of reference throughout the coming tax year and contains lots of information on personal, business, employment, property and capital taxes, including any changes. Our guide contains information on… Read more

Budget 2023 – what does it mean for you?

Posted: 17th Mar 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Budget, Pensions, Taxation

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled the 2023 Budget on Wednesday. Although the word ‘unveiled’ may be a slight exaggeration. Not so long ago, the contents of each Budget were a closely guarded secret. Neither the press nor the public would know for sure what it would contain. Below is our summary of the most significant announcements… Read more

Pay Tax Before 3 March to Avoid Interest Penalty

Posted: 28th Feb 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Taxation

Taxpayers have until Friday 3 March to pay 2021/22 self assessment tax bills or face penalties equal to 5% of the outstanding tax. The first late payment penalty is calculated at 5% of the amount for 2021/22 still outstanding on 3 March 2023. If you agree a time to pay arrangement with HMRC and do… Read more

What can businesses expect from 2023’s Spring Budget?

Posted: 28th Feb 2023 by Hunter Gee Holroyd Budget, Business Advice General, Inheritance Tax, Taxation

The future policies for the UK economy, which will be announced in the second budget of Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, could be one of the most difficult to predict for a long time. This follows on from an Autumn Statement in November 2022 which came at a time when inflation was increasing quickly and the stock and… Read more