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NFT Tax UK: What Are NFTs And How Are They Taxed?

10th March 2022

This information is not meant to provide investment or financial advice as Howlader & Co are not investment professionals. The digital currency market may experience a high degree of volatility. Clients should be aware of the risks associated with cryptoassets and consult with an investment and/or legal professional before any investment is made. Howlader & Co ...read more

Cryptocurrency Tax In The UK: What You Need To Know

10th August 2021

Guidance on cryptocurrency tax in the UK can often seem unclear to new investors. It’s still an unfamiliar area for many. Cryptocurrency’s origins date to 1983, but it has only recently hit the mainstream. Now, cryptocurrency investments are exploding - and so are queries about crypto tax in the UK. Are you a crypto investor making substantial gains from your investments? If ...read more

IR35 And Entrepreneurs’ Relief

25th June 2021

From April 2021, reforms to IR35 - otherwise known as off-payroll working - now also apply to the private sector. It's a move that could make claiming Entrepreneurs' Relief the next step for many businesses. Medium and large-sized private sector businesses are now responsible for determining the IR35 status of their contractors. Workers who fall inside of IR35 must have Income ...read more

Key Points From The Government’s Winter Economy Plan

1st October 2020

Job Support Scheme:

  • Replaces the Job Retention Scheme and will run for 6 months: 1 Nov 20 – 30 Apr 21
  • Eligibility: All employers (small and medium companies) with a UK bank account and UK PAYE schemes can claim the grant. Neither the employer nor the employee needs to have previously used the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
  • Employees must have been on an
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Reclaiming Pre-Registration VAT – Hidden Rules Could Cause Problems

23rd September 2020

When opening a business, your goal will be to achieve as much success as possible, especially with your turnover. As a business owner, you will have an obstacle by the name of tax, and you will probably be familiar with the corporation tax which you pay on the profit made. Once your business’ turnover (VATable) exceeds £85,000 per ...read more