We’re big gamers here at Anderson & Edwards. You’ll see us spending our evenings playing everything from CS: GO, to Football Manager, Industria and Minecraft. As gamers who also happen to be accountants, this naturally makes us think about Video Game Tax Relief. After all, it’s in our best interest to make sure games companies are doing well and releasing more games (for us and the world…).
The Westminster Government have voted for the proposal to increase taxation. These will become effective in 2022. Make sure you are aware of these and the implications they will have on you and your business before it happens. Here's what the tax rates will look like from 6 April 2022.
Tax liabilities can be prolonged so they aren’t due so soon after Christmas. But certain criteria needs to be met if you want to delay paying your tax bill.
Staff parties have no limits. Or do they? There are many misconceptions about the party allowance that employers and employees receive. It’s time to debunk these myths before the festive season comes upon us. Be mindful of the financial implications that might apply to you, your business or your team.
Trivial benefits are where the management of a company gives the employees gifts throughout the year. Think about these gifts as improving the morale of your team and making them feel appreciated. Before you rush to spend though, there are some rules for each employee.
The rise of “staycations” has been hard to miss. Rural beauty spots have seen a major increase in activity over the last 18 months, I (James) have even heard rumours of 45-minute queues at the top of Mount Snowdon (or Yr Wyddfa, if you ask my dad).
People need places to stay, and many people make use of holiday let accommodation.