Archive for the ‘Square Circular’ Category

Issue 49

Yes we know! Don’t tell us; this Square Circular is a little late.  Spring is turning to, well, er, Summer.  But we were waiting to see who won the General Election on 7 May so we could include our article on the tax programme of the successful party. Of course, there are other items in…

Read More...  

Square Circular – Issue 48

tax

Hopefully, this Square Circular will, on the contrary, alleviate any depression.  Whilst tax news is not usually good news we do mention one or two opportunities which you could exploit to cheer yourself up. If you want more details about any of the matters we’ve mentioned in this issue, or indeed, about any of the…

Read More...  

Issue 47

Some people seem to regard autumn as a melancholy time of year.  Not surprising when it gets dark at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. Writing about tax in a Square Circular can also be a melancholy business, always having to give warnings about this or that problem.  That’s why we’ve included an exciting brief note…

Read More...  

Issue 46

You really must be a pensioner if you can remember Martha and the Vandellas and their 1963 song “Heatwave”.  Just right for the summer.  According to the song “love is burning in my heart, I can’t keep from crying (it’s like a heatwave)”. We do appreciate that reading about tax can give you heartburn and…

Read More...  

Issue 45

Turn back to 1835 when Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote his poem, Locksley Hall. In it he said “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love”. Apparently, they didn’t have a Spring Budget and Finance Bill back in the 1830s so young men didn’t have enough to think about.  Further to…

Read More...