There is a palpable relaxation of tension across the UK economy as the political uncertainties of 2019 are finally resolved. We now have a government with a working majority. Aside from resolving the Brexit hiatus there is much catching-up to do, not least the presentation of the much delayed budget, setting out the usual tax parameters for 2020-21 and beyond.
Which means our editorial team will be fully engaged for the next two months.
For readers who are uncertain what Informanagement actually does it is interesting to consider what content we will be updating before the end of the tax year.
We will be updating the following services:
Annual Tax Book
We publish a printed version of this popular tome, written for clients of professional firms, that outlines the post budget position of UK tax for 2020-21.
Our 2020-21 tax cards will be revised and include the March budget changes.
We will be updating the content of our online tutorials used by the partners and staff of professional firms to supplement their CPD requirements and keep their tax knowledge up-to-date.
InforWijzers are information factsheets on a range of topics covering tax and business issues that firms can use to keep clients informed. The term “Wijzer” means smart or knowledgeable. They will be updated for 2020-21.
We will also be reporting on the changes announced by the Chancellor, Sajid Javid, and disseminating this information through our various newsfeeds for subscribing firms.
Email & Printed Newsletters
Both of these regular, periodic, pieces of communication will contain all the necessary annoucements from Budget 2020 and how they will affect individuals and businesses.
Readers who would like more information about any of these services can review the full range on our website at https://www.informanangement.co.uk. Alternatively, call the office on 08452 722377 or email email@example.com