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Electric Vehicles as a Company Car

2019-09-09T11:08:41+01:00

Reasons to purchase an electric vehicle through your company Previously, having a car provided to you though your own limited company, or having a vehicle provided to you by your employer, may have seemed too costly to consider, as the personal tax burden can often outweigh the corporation tax saving generated. This is due [...]

Electric Vehicles as a Company Car2019-09-09T11:08:41+01:00

Share Schemes

2019-08-08T14:57:29+01:00

Tax advantaged share option schemes involve employees or full time directors being granted options to buy shares in the company which employs them at a set exercise price. The grant of an option is when the option is given to the employee, and exercising the option is when the option is used to [...]

Share Schemes2019-08-08T14:57:29+01:00

Roberts v Johnstone an Update following the release of the Revised Discount Rates from 5th August 2019

2019-08-06T18:41:46+01:00

The leading case authority for the approach to the assessment of the cost of alternative accommodation for a disabled claimant is Roberts v Johnstone [1989] QB 878. This case ruling set out that the measure of damages in respect of additional housing costs necessitated by a plaintiff’s injuries is the additional cost over his [...]

Roberts v Johnstone an Update following the release of the Revised Discount Rates from 5th August 20192019-08-06T18:41:46+01:00

Roberts v Johnstone Alternative Accommodation Awards

2019-08-06T18:40:23+01:00

The leading case authority for the approach to the assessment of the cost of alternative accommodation for a disabled claimant is Roberts v Johnstone [1989] QB 878. This case ruling set out that the measure of damages in respect of additional housing costs necessitated by a plaintiff’s injuries is the additional cost over his [...]

Roberts v Johnstone Alternative Accommodation Awards2019-08-06T18:40:23+01:00

PROBATE: Why you should use an ICAEW approved Chartered Accountant?

2019-08-08T19:06:41+01:00

Why you should use an ICAEW approved Chartered Accountant to do your Probate Application You may not know but it is not just Solicitors that can apply for probate. The legal services board has recently licenced a few ICAEW Chartered Accountants to carry out non-contentious probate work. These practitioners have had to undertake [...]

PROBATE: Why you should use an ICAEW approved Chartered Accountant?2019-08-08T19:06:41+01:00