Category Archives: Personal Tax

Blogs and News about Personal Tax – Newcastle, North East and Nation wide

Stamp Duty Land Tax – Residential properties

Stamp Duty Land Tax (‘SDLT’) is often something of an afterthought when considering a purchase,...

Principal Private Residence Relief – tips & traps in relation to marriage & civil partnerships

Following on from our recent article outlining the main criteria for PPR, it is important...

Main Residence Relief on taxation of residential property

In light of recent speculation regarding the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party’s tax affairs...

RG welcomes new Tax Partner, Emma Reilly

Ryecroft Glenton (RG), the leading North East advisory firm, has strengthened its senior team and...

Granny flat: CGT on a property with an annex

In this article, I would like to consider the tax implications of a scenario which...

Inheritance tax relief for falls in value on post-death sales

In an environment in which property values are falling in some parts of the country...

Have you thought how increasing interest rates will impact your tax exposure?

For a long time, interest rates have been held at historic lows, arguably benefitting borrowers...

Rewarding Employees… without bankrupting the employer? Take some of the Taxman’s slice back!

The cost-of-living crisis, alongside constant news headlines covering strikes and pay awards, is heaping pressure...

RG Personal Tax Awareness Week

To mark Personal Tax Awareness Week at RG, during the month of July we challenged...

Are you maximising the IHT exemptions available to you on death?

In recent years you may have read the headline that couples with a combined estate...

Basis Period Reform

New rules will accelerate and increase taxation for many individuals who operate as sole traders...

Tax treatment of forfeited deposits

It is possible, albeit unfortunate, to lose a deposit and never own the asset to...

Gordon Wilkinson, Senior Manager, goes under the spotlight!

What is your role within RG? I am a Senior Manager in the Personal Tax...

Changes to the rules on Capital Gains Tax (CGT) for separated and divorcing couples

We have previously published articles explaining the tax implications of transferring assets between married couples...

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