Briefings

  • Guide to Directors' Reponsibilities

    Being a director carries a number of duties and responsibilities. We summarise these complex provisions below.
  • Ensors OneClick

    Ensors are delighted to introduce our new OneClick system which provides a platform for securely sharing data with our clients.
  • All change for VAT in the construction sector

    All change for VAT in the construction sector

    From October 2020 the rules surrounding the charging of VAT on goods and services will change and these changes will have a very significant impact on businesses operating within the construction sector.
  • OTS recommendations on Inheritance Tax

    The OTS has published its second (and somewhat more interesting) report to the Government on measures to simplify inheritance tax (IHT). As you will see, while some of their recommendations represent simplification it is difficult to argue that some do not actually create complexity.
  • Trouble ahead for farms and agricultural estates?

    In January 2018 the Chancellor asked the Office for Tax Simplification to look into possible simplification of the inheritance tax (IHT) regime. It has now released its second report, containing 11 main recommendations. Some of these are genuine simplifications of technical points and attempts to clear up uncertainties. However, others appear to have little to do with simplification, but are likely to have a substantial impact on certain businesses.
  • A shareholders guide to liquidators fees - England and Wales

    When a company goes into liquidation the costs of the proceedings are paid out of its assets. The members (shareholders), who hope to recover some of their investment, therefore have a direct interest in the level of costs, and in particular the remuneration of the insolvency practitioner appointed to act as Liquidator.
  • Tax and the technology sector

    Tax and the technology sector

    Various UK governments have looked to incentivise the technology sector through specific tax reliefs. In addition, various more general tax reliefs are often commonly seen in conjunction with either technology companies or investments into such companies. There are therefore many regularly encountered topics that need to be considered for either technology companies or their investors.
  • Tax Planning Tips - April 2019

    Our Tax Tips will help you focus on your planning for 2019/20. With strategies you can put into practice through 50 handy, bite-sized tips.
  • Selling your business

    Your business is great, it would be a lucrative purchase for the right buyer who can take it forward and reap the benefits of future ownership and control. You know that’s true, but how do you convince the buyer, which in turn helps you achieve the desired, higher, price for your business?
  • Budget Summary - Autumn 2018

    The Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his second Autumn Budget on Monday 29 October 2018.
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