Latest Tax News & Blogs

At Knill James LLP we like to keep you informed and up-to-date with our interesting and insightful communications. Look no further for your regular updates on the latest Corporate Tax news, with comment and analysis from our team of experts.

15 Feb 2024

Does your company need third-party investment to reach its potential?

Zelie Byrne, Tax Manager at Knill James, considers the benefits for SMEs of the government’s Enterprise Investment Scheme and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme.

04 Dec 2023

Practical impacts of changes to the Corporation Tax regime

This article looks at the implications of recent changes in the Corporation Tax (CT) regime which may have gone under the radar, in particular the change in the rules around the definition of associated companies which could have a significant impact on both the quantum and the date of payment of CT.

23 Nov 2023

Autumn Statement 2023: initial reaction from Knill James Tax Partner Mike Chapman

The week ahead of a Budget or Autumn statement feels a bit like a phoney war – rumblings in the distance with masses of press conjecture; a few feints and false trails laid (were there any changes to Inheritance Tax?) and a couple of pre-announcements (namely on minimum wage levels).

20 Sep 2023

Tax on loans to participators

In this blog, Tax Partner Mike Chapman looks at the rules on loans to participators and the tax charges that can arise in order to prevent companies from making funds available to participators free of tax.

26 Jul 2023

How lifetime gifts can help you reduce Inheritance Tax

Most people know that if you make a gift during your lifetime then survive the next seven years, your gift falls outside the Inheritance Tax net. But did you know that there are several other exemptions available when making lifetime gifts?

07 Jul 2023

It’s all change for the R&D tax relief regime: what does this mean for SMEs?

This is a year of significant change for the Research and Development tax relief scheme. Unfortunately, the changes are mostly negative for small and medium-sized enterprises and will make claiming relief harder as well as reducing its value.

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