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National Insurance contributions and dividend tax will increase to pay for social care

The Government has confirmed that National Insurance and dividend tax rates will be increased, to address the long-standing funding gap for health and social care.

Have you considered putting in place a Shareholder Protection?

Financial planning often helps manage and plan for income and investments. It considers the business objectives and risk tolerance, giving the business more sense of control in an unexpected event.

HMRC seeks to introduce changes for the self-employed from 2022

HMRC is consulting on changes which will affect the income tax payments of many sole traders and partners. The aim of these changes is to align the filing dates for the Making Tax Digital regime.

Government plans to increase investment in R&D by 2027

Earlier this year, the Government announced a wide-ranging consultation on the future of R&D tax reliefs, with an aim to reconsider the key objectives of the scheme, review the targeting of companies and highlight any

New rules for VAT accounting in the EU from 1 July 2021

There are changes commencing on 1 July 2021 that impact how VAT is accounted for on the trade of goods within the EU, as well as how VAT on some services can be accounted for in the EU.

Assurance trainee David Schogger wins prestigious ICAEW award

Lubbock Fine is extremely proud to announce that David Schogger, a member of our Assurance team, has been awarded the International Subject Order of Merit by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (

Report: How has the third lockdown affected owner managed businesses?

Owner managed businesses form the backbone of the UK economy. An overall picture of the long-term impact of COVID-19 on this vital economic sector is some way off.

Personal tax thresholds frozen until 2026

The Budget announced that the pension Lifetime Allowance, along with the ISA allowance, income tax and capital gains tax (CGT) rates will be frozen until 2026.

Introducing our new Corporate Tax Partner, Phil Blackburn

We’re delighted to welcome back Phil Blackburn to Lubbock Fine as our newest Tax Partner.

Charity newsletter: Spring 2021

Lubbock Fine’s charity newsletter covers accounting, taxation and governance issues that

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