Employee gifts- tax free?

At this time of year, some employers may wish to make small gifts to their employees. A tax exemption is available which should give employers certainty that the benefits provided are exempt and do not result in a reportable employee benefit in kind. In order for the benefit to be exempt it must satisfy the following conditions: • the cost of providing the […]

Trade Wars- the impact of Brexit on trade.

Whether there is to be a soft or hard border in Ireland or a soft or hard Brexit, one thing we do know is that “Brexit means Brexit” (!!) and that there will be a very large divorce bill……! The impact of Brexit on trade is a major issue for many businesses. Given the constant political charade, it […]

Autumn Budget 2017 Summary

Philip Hammond presented the first Autumn Budget in 21 years on 22 November 2017, announcing that he wanted to make the Country ‘Fit for the Future’. Mr Hammond was very much caught between a rock and a hard place, with widespread pressure to ease austerity but with little room to manoeuvre, given the state of the economy […]

Profiling AG tax staff

To introduce you to our eclectic mix of tax team members, we will interrogate members of the AG tax team each month.   This month it is the turn of Tina Hall, a tax manager working out of our Chard office. Q.  How’s life in the new Chard office, Tina? A.  “The new office is […]

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