With the new tax year around the corner, we want to remind you of the upcoming changes HMRC has in store. The tax year runs April 6th-April 5th every year. Read on to lean about some of the upcoming changes.
HMRC paid Amazon £11 million for web hosting services in 2018, more than six times the £1.7 million than Amazon’s main UK business paid in corporation tax.
A new report from the GMB union reveals that Amazon received more than £460 million worth of public contracts in the last four years.
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Paying taxes is no one’s idea of fun, but they’re a part of life that can’t be avoided. There are even more taxes to consider when you’re a business owner. This article will explain what the most common taxes are, how they’re worked out and when they’re due. This will give you the knowledge to better manage your cash flow and save for tax payments.
The new tax year has brought a fresh wave of tax bracket and regulatory changes that many small businesses and freelancers will need to adapt to.
Some of the changes will have a positive impact and some will be more negative.
We have summarised the most important changes and detailed who they are likely to affect.