In a world where we are constantly consumed by technology, there really is no element of our lives untouched by its impact.

The businesses behind this technological revolution have to maintain innovative ways to provide products and services to their customers and clients and we, being based in and around Silicon Fen, understand the challenges facing companies looking to grow and create this success.

We can offer support for your company including:

  • Research & development tax relief and tax credit claims
  • EMI share options
  • Obtaining EIS/SEIS tax status for equity investors
  • Tax efficient remuneration planning
  • Corporate finance advice (including exit planning and supporting the  trade sale process)
  • Outsourced payroll
  • Grants and funding advice (including grant audits)


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Latest Blogs in Technology
Richard Alecock
11th Jul 2016 Making Tax Digital

Landlords: Get ready for submitting 4 tax returns a year? H M Revenue & Customs will be implementing ‘ Making Tax Digital’ over the coming few years. Their aim is for ‘most’ landlords to be reporting their income each quarter via their digital tax account rather than after the end of the tax year on a tax return.

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Christine Deller
14th Apr 2016 SDLT Planning

Transferring Second Property into Joint Names: Beware SDLT trap! We commonly advise married clients who are considering a transfer of rental property from one spouse into joint names. Where the owner spouse is a higher rate taxpayer, there is often a potential to make use of the other spouse’s basic rate tax band. The potential income…

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Ian Piper
15th Feb 2016 SDLT Changes

+3% Extra Stamp Duty Land Tax: Unless you purchase before 1 April. Property investing clients will be aware than plans for a 3% stamp duty land tax surcharge for property purchases over £40k of second homes and  buy-to-lets are due to come into effect on 1 April 2016. This leaves a small window of opportunity…

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Adrian Pepper
5th Feb 2016 Property Tax Compliance

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED): Threshold reduced. The ATED charge applies to companies which own residential properties. On 1 April 2016, the lower threshold will be reduced from £1 million to £500,000. This will mean that many more companies will be caught within the ATED rules. The deadline for submission of the 2016/17 forms,…

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Richard Alecock
25th Nov 2015 Residential Property Tax

Property Investors: Chancellor announces further tax changes. In his Autumn Statement George Osborne has announced two significant further tax changes for residential property investors: Firstly, Stamp Duty Land Tax rates will be increased by3% on purchases of residential properties, such as buy to let properties and second homes. This measure takes effect from 1 April…

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