News & Views

  • Commercial property transactions: there could be tax saving opportunities too

    There’s a lot involved when you’re looking to purchase a commercial property. It’s certainly not just the price you offer to pay for the commercial property to consider, but the additional costs you incur on top too. For example, will there be any VAT due, and how much stamp duty is there to pay? Then, for the conveyancing work, there’s the legal costs too.


    The infinite phone scroll is everywhere, and its lure is almost irresistible. Countless hours lost in the ether. Rarely of any meaningful use, it can occasionally provide a spark of inspiration. During a recent evening scroll, the Reddit algorithm had decided that the British mentality towards complaining would be of interest to me. For once, the algorithm was right.

  • YesTax visit Sheffield Childrens Hospital

    Last week our Mark Wood, Melanie Cheshire and Ali Ralston were invited to walk around the Sheffield Childrens Hospital to learn more about the fantastic work that they do. As Children’s Champions, YesTax commits to making monthly donations in support of their facility, and it was a great privilege to be shown around by Caitlin Hallatt (Philanthropy Manager) and John Armstrong (CEO).

  • “What if we could make something great happen in our world just by doing the things we do every day?”

    This is the exact question that B1G1 Founder, Masami Sato, asked herself in 2007. Since then, it has led to an amazing world movement, and it is this very movement which has inspired YesTax to do what it does today.


    YesTax are proud to have donated again towards the purchase of Easter eggs to a local primary school this Easter weekend. The eggs are aimed to cheer up the children in our local community, some of whom live in very challenging circumstances.

  • Time Machine Capital 2 Testimonial

    "I've worked with numerous advisory firms focused on R&D tax credits and various government incentives, but Yes, Tax stands out as the pinnacle of professionalism."

  • Advanced Notification Rule

    Eligible to claim R&D tax credits but never claimed before (or at least not in the last three years), the new rules will affect you. In a bid to prevent last minute speculative R&D claims being made, HMRC have introduced the Advance Notification requirement for accounting periods beginning on or After 1 April 2023.

  • Budget 2024 – Capital Allowances & Creative Reliefs

    The budget giveth and the budget taketh away. The spring budget expanded the application of the Full Expensing relief, abolished the Furnished Holiday Letting rules and extended reliefs available to the Creative Industries, amongst other measures affecting businesses and individuals alike.