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  • Britain targets financial advisers with new tax-avoidance fines


    17.08.16

    "My worry and my concern would be that over the longer term, will this start to creep into other areas of basic accountancy, tax advice that is routine for all businesses?" said Nimesh Shah, Partner at London chartered accountants Blick Rothenberg.

    "The end users of these services, their costs will creep up because the of the red tape and the legislation that we in the profession have to think about."

    Source: London South East (Web)
  • Bank of England rate cut should trigger tax reform


    05.08.16

    Nimesh Shah, partner at chartered accountancy firm Blick Rothenberg, said the PSA was “complex and unnecessary."

    Source: FT Adviser
  • Property Sales Dropped to Three Year Low


    01.08.16

    Paul Haywood Schiefer, assistant manager at Blick Rothenberg, said: "It is clear that so many buyers rushing to beat the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("SDLT") increase (on second properties) has had an impact on the market and it will be interesting to see if this downward trend continues in the next few months."

    Source: Property Investor
  • [Pay attention to changes] in tax rules - or pay the penalty next year


    29.07.16

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg said: "Investors in residential property need to be aware of this marked new change and need to start planning for their portfolios now. While the additional 3% SDLT has created the most anxiety among buy-to-let investors, the restriction to interest relief may have been overlooked, but this is likely to have greater longer-term effect on after tax returns."

    Source: Great Barr Observer
  • Business is blooming for Anna after her battle with adversity


    26.07.16

    Buy-to-let landlords need to pay attention now to changes to the tax rules for residential property taking effect in April 2017 or they could be in for costly tax consequences, says chartered accountants Blick Rothenberg.

    Source: Liverpool Echo (Business Life)
  • Property Sales Lowest for 3 Years Due to Stamp Duty Rush


    25.07.16

    Assistant Manager at chartered accountants Blick Rothenberg LLP, Paul Haywood-Schiefer, comments on the figures: "It is clear that so many buyers rushing to beat the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) increase on second properties has had an impact on the market and it will be interesting to see if this downward trend continues in the next few months."

    Source: Landlord News (Web)
  • Landlords told to be aware of tax restrictions


    25.07.16

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, noted, "investors in residential property need to be aware of this marked new change and need to start planning for their portfolios now. Whilst the additional 3% SDLT has created the most anxiety amongst buy-to-let investors, the restriction to interest relief may have been overlooked, but this is likely to have greater longer-term effect on after tax returns."

    Source: Landlord News (Web)
  • Buy-to-let landlords urged to pay close attention to tax rule changes


    22.07.16

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, said: "Investors in residential property need to be aware of this marked new change and need to start planning for their portfolios now.”

    Source: Landlord Today (Web)
  • ContractorCalculator: Contracting news in brief


    22.07.16

    Paul Haywood-Schiefer, assistant manager at Blick Rothenberg, said: ‘If you miss your payment deadline, don’t be surprised if you receive calls or letters from the debt collection team, as HMRC are chasing outstanding tax amounts to a greater extent than before."
     

    Source: Contractor Calculator (Web)
  • Landlords urged to pay attention to changes in residential property tax rules


    22.07.16

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, said: "Investors in residential property need to be aware of this marked new change and need to start planning for their portfolios now. Whilst the additional 3% SDLT has created the most anxiety amongst buy-to-let investors, the restriction to interest relief may have been overlooked, but this is likely to have greater longer-term effect on after tax returns."

    Source: Property Reporter (Web)
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