Business woman talking to her colleagues during a meeting in a boardroom

Employment Law: What we are expecting in 2024

2024 is set to be exceptionally busy for employers, HR professionals and employment lawyers. This article details what we can expect throughout the year, as well as the most recent developments following the result of the General Election.

three people sitting in open office discussing IHT APR and BPR

Inheritance Tax (IHT): Potential changes to Business Property Relief (BPR) and Agricultural Property Relief (APR)

Michael Morter, a Director in Price Bailey's Tax team discusses the possible changes to Inheritance Tax with particular focus on Business Property Relief (BPR) and Agricultural Property Relief (APR).

Wide aerial panorama of the illuminated London skyline during evening, England, with River Thames leading into the city

A guide to the Patent Box and how to qualify

Learn if your business qualifies for Patent Box relief and how you can claim it.

Row of houses

Labour Government: What tax changes to expect

As Labour secured a substantial majority in last week’s general election, our Price Bailey tax team start to consider what is known or suspected of their fiscal policy and what taxpayers might look to do in the short term.

Academy Helpdesk review Q1 2023

Academy Helpdesk review

Every quarter, our Academies team will publish the most important and frequently asked helpdesk queries. You can download our 2024 quarterly updates here.

Students in Mathematics

Labour’s plans for imposing VAT on independent schools

As a Labour Government prepares to take office, we discuss one of the party’s major tax proposals: applying VAT to independent school fees. This initiative is part of their pledge to recruit more teachers by ending tax breaks for independent schools.

tax investigation news

Contentious Tax Bulletin

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, provides a round up of the most recent and significant contentious tax news.

Businessman checking e-mail on mobile phone while walking with suitcase inside airport

Leaving the UK to work overseas: Income tax and social security

This insight provides a general overview of the UK income tax and social security implications for an individual leaving the UK to work overseas. Find out how best you should prepare and how Price Bailey can assist you if you are planning on working overseas.

Pharmacist taking medication from a shelf

Repeat Prescription

Monthly healthcare updates with Holly Gibson, Price Bailey's healthcare expert offering advice and insight on topical issues affecting the healthcare industry today.

Accountant Woman Working With Invoice And Hourglass

Preparing for P11D 6 July deadline

With the 6 July deadline approaching for submitting P11D forms to HMRC, read our reminder of the intricacies and requirements of these forms to ensure preparedness, accuracy and minimise the chances of any complications.

Business people working in a board room with a laptop and digital tablet. Manager working with an employee, job interview, sales, lawyer or a financial advisor.

Quarterly Instalment Payments (QIPs) for Corporation Tax

For companies within the scope of UK corporation tax, quarterly instalment payments (QIPs) are required for large companies. This guide offers key considerations for affected companies.

London at night with big ben and blurred lights

Do you need to register for the Economic Crime Levy?

The Economic Crime Levy (ECL) was first introduced for the financial year 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023 to address the issue of economic crime for financial gain within the UK. We provide a reminder of the key dates, charges and any updates to the levy that may affect you.

We can help

Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you