As the post COVID-19 lockdown period places ever more demand on automotive retail businesses being lean and efficient, Alun Oliver, managing director of E³ Consulting, explains why now might be the time for a thorough property tax review.
Automotive retail sector analysts suggested that the limited eligibility of many business benefits announced in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget 2020 could limit the advantages for the automotive retail sector.
In the second of our series of updates on the taxation of electric vehicles (EVs) from MHA MacIntyre Hudson, leading adviser to the UK Motor Sector, Nigel Morris, employment tax director considers how wider regulation impacts tax policy and further influences the aim to increase the use of low emission vehicles.
There is widespread agreement that climate change is a major threat to our futures and the motor industry is taking an innovative lead by developing alternatives to the traditional carbon producing internal combustion engine (ICE).
With the April 1 deadline for the introduction of the HMRC's Making Tax Digital (MTD) platform for VAT now upon us, Alison Horner, partner and head of VAT at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, gives her top tips on how to survive the new system.
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