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Business tax

Practical guidance, commentary and support on the taxation of business, including: capital allowances, entrepreneurs relief and corporation tax, as well as the taxation of partnerships, the self-employed and charities.

In this section

Exploring structures and buildings allowances

Bryan Crawford, founder and director of Furasta Consulting, considers the actions that taxpayers and their advisers should be taking when it comes to structures and buildings allowances. Among other things, he goes into detail about qualifying expenditure, qualifying use and allowance statements.

TAXguide 12/18: Charities tax

In this TAXguide Paul Bater discusses developments concerning the direct and indirect tax treatment of charitable and other non-profit making organisations, including the latest in charitable giving.

HMRC's latest updates for agents

20 April: ICAEW’s Tax Faculty highlights current issues and reminders for agents, including: non-resident landlords, quarterly instalment payments, tax credit renewals, child benefit claims, ATED and the construction industry scheme.

VAT construction reverse charge

FAQ on whether the new domestic reverse charge for construction services coming in from 1 October 2019 will affect my client supplies, who supplies construction services, usually as a sub-contractor to a main contractor.

Tax advice as lockdown eases

Angela Clegg of the Tax Faculty provides pointers on the tax measures that businesses should consider following the COVID-19 lockdown. She covers cash flow, employment issues, working from home and tax governance, among other things.

Financial tips for GPs as they begin emerge from Covid-19 lockdown

All businesses will need to take lessons learned over the last few weeks into their future and our GP Practice clients, and Primary Care as a wider spectrum, will be no exception to this. So, what can we advise them to help the thought process on the financial aspects?

Guidance on R&D tax credit services

9 June 2020: Members have identified a number of areas where they would welcome clarity on the application of PCRT to advice on Research & Development (R&D) tax matters. This guidance provides answers in the form of a series of frequently asked questions.

Error in tax credit renewal packs

22 June: HMRC is writing to one million tax credit claimants whose renewal packs omitted some information, as ICAEW urges self-employed claimants to check whether they need to contact HMRC by 31 July.