Month: October 2019

Budget 2019 abandoned

Despite the announcement by Sajid Javid that 6th November 2019 would be Budget Day, this has now been cancelled. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this is as a result of the ongoing debate and uncertainty caused by Brexit negotiations and wrangling. Last Friday, Javid confirmed ‘The Budget is not going ahead because we are planning now to dissolve […]

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Is VAT recoverable on Electric cars?

Electric cars will be far more desirable as company vehicles after April 2020, when the┬ábenefit in kind charge reduces to zero on a fully electric vehicle. As a result, it’s probable that many more will become company vehicles. The increased interest is creating several areas of doubt, the main one of which revolves round VAT. […]

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How long must I keep my records for? BaranovTV, Episode 86

Whether you’re a large business, a small business or a taxpayer with a small tax return, there are rules around how long you must keep your records. Are you unsure how long you must keep them, and in what format? Watch this to find out! Transcript: Hi, and welcome to another episode of BaranovTV, designed […]

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Budget 2019 – a date for your diary!

With the UK due to leave the EU on the 31st October, the date and content for the Budget 2019 has been the topic of some speculation. We do now have the first hint of some clarity, as Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced the key date. He will present ‘the first Budget after leaving the […]

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How can a book help your business? BaranovTV, Episode 85

Publishing your own book can be a huge asset to your business, and to your personal credibility, but where do you start and how does the process work? The only way to get the lowdown is to ask an expert, so I called on Andy Gibney of 3P Publishing to tell me more. Watch Episode […]

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