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Find out about ATED, what you need to pay and how to appoint an agent or adviser to act on your behalf.What is ATED and does it apply to you?ATED is an annual tax payable mainly by companies that own UK residential property valued at more than £500,000. You’ll need to complete an ATED return if your property: is a dwellingis in the UK was valued at more than:£2 million (for returns from 2013 to 2014 onwards)£1 million (for returns from 2015 to 2016 onwards)£500,000 (for returns from 2016 to 2017 onwards) is owned completely or partlySEE DETAILS

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30 June year ends will benefit from the full 100% relief of £1m for the financial year starting 1 July 2019. AIA has been temporarily increased to £1,000,000 as from 1 January 2019 for two years. Transitional rules apply where years fall outside the two-year window, so for December year ends these transitional rules had no real impact. As an example, for June year ends the transitional rules would have the following impact on the maximum allowance that a business can claim: Year end 30 June 2019 £1m x 6/12SEE DETAILS

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Types of work that are covered by the schemeThe scheme covers all construction work carried out in the UK, including jobs such as: site preparation alterations dismantling construction repairs decorating demolitionThe UK includes UK territorial waters up to the 12-mile limit.The scheme doesn’t apply to construction work carried on outside the UK. However, a business based outside the UK and carrying out construction work within the UK is within the scheme and must register accordingly.Types of businesses that are covered by the schemeThe scheme covers all types of businesses and other concerns that work in the constructionSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-h...

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A Taxing DecisionMembership of the European Union has contributed to the economic prosperity of the United Kingdom. Uncertainty about the outcome of the referendum has already started to weaken growth in the United Kingdom.A UK exit (Brexit) would be a major negative shock to the UK economy, with economic fallout in the rest of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), particularly other European countries. In some respects, Brexit would be akin to a tax on GDP, imposing a persistent and rising cost on the economy that would notSEE DETAILS

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