Understand the regulation surrounding the tax and social security treatment of termination pay for those working overseas.

Termination Payments for people who’ve worked overseas

Andrew McCready explains some of the complications that may arise for LGBTQ+ families and couples not in a legal partnership.

Tax Talk: Inheritance Tax and the modern family

Sole traders and partnerships that do not use the traditional 5 April (or 31 March) year end will be affected by the Government’s tax reform. We explain how.

Tax Talk: Basis period reform – what it means for your business

Are you up to date with which party pays the VAT on an online purchase? And what happens in a case of self-supply? If not, here’s a guide to common VAT scenarios.

Tax Talk: Deemed supplies or self-supplies?

On Tuesday 17 May 2022, we held the first in person event for our newly established  ‘Employers’ Club’.

Employers Club – 1st Live Event

James Sleight and Peter Hart of PKF GM have been appointed as Joint Administrators of Rainbow Saver Anglia Credit Union, whose membership base covered Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and parts of Norfolk.

Administrators appointed at Rainbow Saver Anglia Credit Union Limited

‘A catch up with’ aims to promote a greater understanding of the current market through a series of interviews with respected industry leaders to find out more about them, their company, their views on the market.

A catch up with…

Welcome to May’s issue of Capital Quarter – our newsletter for listed businesses and their advisors.

Capital Quarter: Spring 2022

Changes to going concern disclosures will require more than just a superficial shift, but the transition to a far more transparent mind-set.

Capital Quarter: Show your weak side

The lure of a foreign posting can be considerable. However employers must research carefully the impact of tax and social security on both their companies and employees.

Capital Quarter: Working overseas – understand the tax

The quarter to March 2022 saw a reduced level of activity in the markets compared to the previous year, following a record year in 2021 across LSE markets since 2007.

Capital Quarter: A significant slowdown in market activity

What are the errors and failings the FRC wants to see avoided in future corporate reports and accounts?

Capital Quarter: “Could do better”