Hike Council Tax To Fight Climate Change? Or Tax Specific Products And Activities That Have The Most Damaging Effects?

Warwick District Council are holding a referendum to let Warwickshire residents decide whether they want to pay more council tax to help fight climate change:

https://news.sky.com/story/would-you-pay-1-a-week-more-to-fight-climate-change-warwick-plan-to-go-to-referendum-11944036

Is it fair for all council tax payers to fund these costs, or should environment-damaging products and activities be taxed more instead?

Have your say at:
http://chng.it/LrGPRGCM

Sin Taxes – Do They Work? Have Your Say!

Do the so-called “Sin Taxes” work?

Alcohol, fuel and cigarettes are specifically taxed (also known as levies or duties), but are these taxes effective at discouraging certain products and activities, or do they just raise government revenues to deal with the effects?

Recent speculation has suggested that a new addition to this group could be meat and dairy products.

What do you think – should meat and dairy products be taxed to discourage their consumption and help cover the costs of reversing their damaging effects on the environment?

Have you say at:
http://chng.it/LrGPRGCM

An Annexe, Outbuilding or Field = SDLT Savings

Government tax reliefs are available for UK residential properties with an annexe, outbuilding or field.

Contact us at info@nichetax.co.uk to discuss how you can reclaim Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) from HMRC on properties purchased within the past twelve months.

Kids Liking Maths? Can This Book Really Make Than Happen?

Even children who are actually good at maths don’t always find it fun.

My brother, a maths teacher at Westminster School, has co-written a fun maths book for 9-12 year old pupils.

It’s full of exciting problems and puzzles, and a great alternative to the normal, boring revision books:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1916101208/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_CjRsEbFRKD6GX

I wish my maths books had been like this!

Help your child, grandchild, nephew or niece to be inspired by such an important subject, even if they don’t want to become a tax adviser when they’re older.

Is Your Business Innovative? Have You Claimed Your Government Innovation Grant?

HMRC and the UK government approve generous tax reliefs for UK companies that innovate.

If your company has improved products, processes or systems in the past three years, then you should be eligible for a significant tax rebate.

Claim your rebate now – the reliefs expire two years after the end of the accounting period to which they relate.

Contact us at info@nichetax.co.uk to discuss how much you might be owed and how to start your “no win-no fee” claim.

Is your business innovative? Have you claimed your Government Innovation Grant?

HMRC and the UK government approve generous tax reliefs for UK companies that innovate.

If your company has improved products, processes or systems in the past three years, then you should be eligible for a significant tax rebate.

Claim your rebate now – the reliefs expire two years after the end of the accounting period to which they relate.

Contact us at info@nichetax.co.uk to discuss how much you might be owed and how to start your “no win-no fee” claim.

A Maths Schoolbook That Kids Will Love? Really?

Even children who are good at maths don’t always find it fun.

My brother, a maths teacher at Westminster School, has co-written a fun maths book for 9-12 year old pupils.

It’s full of exciting problems and puzzles, and a great alternative to the normal, boring revision books:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1916101208/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_KPfSDb7HJ1BQY

I wish my maths books had been like this!

Help your child, grandchild, nephew or niece to be inspired by such an important subject, even if they don’t want to become a tax adviser when they’re older.