News & Views

  • Navigating the Turbulent R&D Landscape

    We have an intimate understanding of HMRC’s application and interpretation of tax legislation in the fields in which we specialise. Given HMRCs renewed approach and welcome measures to tackle abuse, it’s never been more important to work closely with our proactive, like-minded accountants.

  • When we work together 2.5% of our turnover goes to help vulnerable children

    We've been approached by Maltby Stepping Stones Children’s Centre requesting help for a mum with 3 children who lost her house during the heatwave last week. They were left with just the clothes on their backs.

  • Nepali Children July 2022 Update

    The cost of living across the world is hurtling out of control and the pressures are being felt. Our charity psychologist, Binita, who runs the safe house for vulnerable children we support, informed us that the cost of funding a child in the safe house has risen by almost 40%.

  • Controversial Administrative Change for R&D Tax Relief from 1st April 2023

    The draft legislation for the upcoming changes to R&D tax relief were revealed as part of Legislation Day. There were few surprises where R&D tax relief was concerned as many of the forthcoming changes had been widely publicised already.

  • 5 killer reasons to use a capital allowances specialist

    For most businesses, straightforward capital additions can be categorised and claimed by their accountant during the routine completion of the accounts and tax computations. However, a specialist is often needed to unlock the tax relief available in a larger capital project, which might otherwise be missed.

  • Thank you to our rising stars

    To look after our high performing team, and in a world where lifestyle benefits are paramount to the heart of a business, YesTax drives a family first culture.

  • PAYE/NI Cap for SME R&D Tax Credits – What You Need to Know

    As summer 2022 gets into full swing, many companies which claim R&D tax relief are now feeling the effects of a new rule which was introduced last year. The legislation for the PAYE and NI cap on payable tax credits impacts accounting periods which begin on or after 1st April 2021. This means that companies with 31 March 2022 (or later) financial year ends now have to consider the cap rules.

  • This month YesTax is proud to support Paces

    Paces support children and adults living with neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy, MS, stroke, Parkinson’s and other motor disorders. For children suffering with these conditions, Paces offer a tailored curriculum for 3-18 years olds to ensure a child’s education doesn’t suffer.