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  • Data Protection is changing – and so must your company…
    The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is imminent. From May 25th, 2018, companies and other organisations will be required to abide by it – so you do not have long to prepare and take action to ensure that… Continue Reading →
  • Are you in charge of a charity? Check the new disqualification rules
    Charities have been in the news lately, and not for the right reasons. Meanwhile the Charity Commission has issued new rules that will automatically disqualify people from office, notably if they have committed one of a list of criminal offences.… Continue Reading →
  • The latest on R&D Tax Reliefs
    It is acknowledged in Government circles that Research and Development (R&D) is crucial to the future of Britain, and in support of this there are tax reliefs available in a surprisingly wide range of activities. In certain respects these have… Continue Reading →
  • Visiting Non-Resident Directors: beware the tax pitfalls
    It is very common for directors of UK businesses to live abroad, having become expatriates: or because they are foreign nationals. Problems can occur when they visit the UK on business. Even short stays can give rise to a liability… Continue Reading →
  • Thinking of a Bitcoin gamble? Think about the tax implications
    You would have to be living under a rock not to have heard about cryptocurrencies, of which the most famous is Bitcoin. Many have put their toe into the water via a speculative purchase, in hopes that the recent soaring… Continue Reading →
  • Growing your business – challenges and solutions
    We at Odiri Tax Consultants specialise in helping small and medium sized business to grow – and we know that it can seem very hard to generate growth in your firm. Let’s take a brief look at the key growth… Continue Reading →
  • Who is impacted by new residential property tax rules?
    The Chancellor’s latest Budget affects many people who are involved in one way or another in the property market. Here is a brief outline. New homes There is a huge pressure on Government to increase the rate of house building… Continue Reading →
  • Non Doms face changes
    There have been a lot of alterations to the Government’s position on non-domicile taxation, but there is now fresh legislation in place, and it is retrospective. New regulations apply, and they affect you (if you qualify as a non-dom) effectively… Continue Reading →
  • Enterprise Investment Scheme tax relief improvement
    It has long been recognised that people who invest in riskier young companies should be encouraged by means of tax advantages. There are now proposals by the Chancellor to further enhance these incentives, via the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). The… Continue Reading →
  • Autumn Budget 2017
    Following the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget 2017, we have summarised the key measures for small businesses, employers and individuals below. Personal taxation Income tax personal allowance to increase to £11,850 from 6 April 2018.  Income higher rate threshold to increase to… Continue Reading →