Chancellor Rishi Sunak used the Autumn Budget 2021 to outline the government’s plans for post pandemic, post Brexit Britain. Investing taxpayer money in long-term plans will, he believes, secure the economic future of the country. Everything from the NHS, schools, local transport and the culture and leisure sector appear set to benefit from the better-than-expected … Continue reading What Changes Were Announced in the Autumn Budget 2021?
Cwmbran-based Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors, is urging those purchasing property to check carefully all the details announced as part of a raft of incentives designed to shake the economy back into life following the effects of Covid-19. Announced on Wednesday 08 July, Chancellor Rishi Sunak increased the Stamp Duty threshold from £125,000 … Continue reading Landlords and Property Owners: The Differences Between Wales and England Following the Chancellor’s Statement
We would like to invite you to join us at this FREE Landlord forum on Tuesday 27th November 2018. Providing legal updates, useful information and details on new regulations, this event is for landlords, or would be landlords, from across the region. Speakers Brett Parry from RiskMonitor will be discussing their comprehensive suite of fire … Continue reading Gwent Landlord Forum – 27 November 2018
We are delighted to bring you our summary of the key announcements in the Budget 2018 statement, made on Monday, 29 October. The personal allowance will be raised to £12,500 from April 2019, one year earlier than previously planned. At the same time, the higher rate threshold will rise to £50,000, also a year ahead … Continue reading Budget 2018: What you need to know
The South Wales Argus covers the upcoming Gwent Landlord Forum. Landlords from across Gwent and South East Wales will be updated at the next Gwent Landlord Forum on recent changes to the upcoming budget from the Chancellor of the Exchequer as well as the legislation on the private rented sector. The next forum will take … Continue reading Landlords Kept up to Date in the Wake of the Budget
Yesterday, the Chancellor announced his second Budget of 2017. Among the key changes to note for this year are: The personal allowance will rise to £11,850 and the higher rate tax threshold for the UK will rise to £46,350 for 2018/19. Automatic enrolment pension minimum contributions increase significantly from 6 April 2018. Employer’s minimum contribution … Continue reading Autumn Budget 2017: What you need to know
Budgeting is an essential tool used to monitor a business. It allows business owners to monitor what the business is actually doing, compared to what it wants to do. This seems a rather straight forward concept to understand, but it can often be met with scepticism when it comes to setting a budget. The “trying … Continue reading Insight into Foresight
As mentioned in the recent Budget, the Chancellor had intended to increase the Class 4 National Insurance Contributions (NIC). The NI rate for the self-employed (Class 4) was meant to increase from 9% to 10% in April 2018, followed by another rise to 11% in April 2019. This would have brought NIC for the self-employed more in line with … Continue reading Proposed NIC rise has been dropped!
Business groups have outlined their priorities for businesses and the economy ahead of the 2017 Spring Budget. In a letter to Chancellor Philip Hammond, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) called on the government to ‘back business’s growth ambitions’ to help build prosperity across the UK, and to work alongside firms to ‘prioritise stability’ during … Continue reading Business groups set out Spring Budget priorities
After our first very successful event of the year held in January, we are now well into 2017 and preparing to welcome our Landlords to our next FREE forum on Wednesday 29th March between 6pm and 8pm at The Parkway Hotel and Spa. We are continuing to provide a broad range of speakers who can … Continue reading Gwent Landlord Forum – 29 March 2017