Business rates have now increased – act now to reduce your liability
Does business rates support package go far enough?
Autumn Statement: Business rates changes welcome, but do they go far enough?
The latest Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has today (17 November) delivered yet another Budget for 2022 with a focus on bringing stability, growth and the rebuilding of public finances.
Bleak picture for businesses over revaluation
Adam Barnfield, Head of Business Rates at Vail Williams, says a lack of clarity over business rates, plus rising energy costs and interest rates, are causing financial uncertainty for a great many businesses
Revaluation 2023: Draft Rating List is coming but what does it mean?
Preparations for the rating Revaluation 2023 are well underway, but what should businesses expect next?
Mini-Budget overdelivers in tax cuts, but not for business rates
Whilst the Mini-Budget last week has made waves by delivering the most significant tax cuts in 50 years, it was completely uninspiring from a Business Rates perspective.
Business rates payers beware – you have a new Duty to Notify
At the 2021 Autumn Budget, the government concluded its review of the business rates system and announced various support packages and proposals to “improve” the rating system.
What is Business Rates Revaluation 2023?
The next business rates Revaluation takes place on 1 April 2023.
Revaluation 2023: Beware changes to business rates
With the next revaluation of business rates on the horizon, our business rates team explores what will happen when, and what you need to know now, to prepare for Revaluation 2023.
Autumn Budget: Business rates changes welcome but not enough
We welcome the announcement of the 50% business rates relief (capped at £110,000) for businesses operating in the leisure, retail and hospitality sectors.