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National Insurance Increase Affects Dividends

As the distribution of a company's profits, dividends have historically been taxed as unearned income ...

 

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Basis Period Reform: The Problem With Estimated Figures

HMRC is seeking views on methods businesses with an accounting year-end differs from the tax year-end could use ...

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Remember To File Your Employment Related Securities Return

The submission deadline for your company's Employment Related Securities return is fast approaching ...

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Capital Gains Tax On Divorce

Are you going through a divorce? Be conscious of the Capital Gains Tax consequences of your split ...

   
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HICBC: The High Income Child Benefit Charge Threshold

A Low Incomes Tax Reform Group in the UK, has urged the Government to raise the HICBC threshold ...

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Benefits Of The Share For Share Exchange Rules

Share for share exchanges take place when a company issues shares in exchange for different shares ...

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What Is The Optimum Directors Salary For This Tax Year?

Every business owner knows they can decide for themselves how they're going to withdraw money from their company ...

   
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P87: HMRC Formalises Employment Expenses Claims

As of the 7th of May 2022, claims for Income Tax relief on employment expenses must be made on a P87 ...

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What Is A Family Investment Company?

A Family Investment Company can apply to many different types of company structures used for different purposes ...

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End Of Year Tax Planning Checklist

As we approach the end of the current tax year, it's worth giving some consideration to end of year tax planning ...

 
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Investors' Relief: Attracting Investment Into Business

For shares acquired from the 17th of March 2016, Investors' Relief ensures investors pay 10% Capital Gains Tax ...

 

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HMRC Continues To Target Buy-To-Let Landlords

In the last financial year, HMRC has collected over £17 million in unpaid tax from buy-to-let landlords ...

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The Normal Expenditure Out Of Income Exemption

The Normal Expenditure Out Of Income Exemption offers a valuable saving on Inheritance Tax ...

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ATED: Annual Tax On Enveloped Dwellings Deadline

Are you due to submit your Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) soon? You may need to even with no tax due ...

   
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Have You Got Your Tax Plan In Place?

When you think about your financial future, it is important to put tax planning at its very heart ...

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HMRC Looking To Speed Up Self-Assessment Registrations

HMRC is requesting contributions on its plan to move the Income Tax Self-Assessment registration deadline ...

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Tax Loophole Closed On Furnished Holiday Lets

Many landlords avoid business rates and council tax on Furnished Holiday Lets because of a loophole ...

   
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The Rent-A-Room Scheme Explained

Many of us are looking for additional sources of income so the Rent-A-Room Scheme could be a great idea ...

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All About The Landlord Borrowing Trap

Some landlords are finding themselves with growing tax bills and are being forced to sell properties ...

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Taxation Of Serviced Accommodation

Buy-to-let landlords are looking to convert their traditional buy-to-let properties into serviced accommodation ...

 
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An Accountant Or A Tax Advisor

Accountants are the mainstay of the business world, but not everyone has a tax advisor. I think they're missing out ...