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Capital Gains Tax: What Is Classed As Residential Property?

Changes to taxes over the years mean the tax treatment of residential property and commercial property is different ...

 

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HMRC Mileage Rates Vs The Increasing Cost Of Fuel

The mileage rates of 45p and 25p per mile are designed to cover the costs of fuel and wear and tear of an employee's car ...

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HMRC Enquiries: What To Do When They Get In Touch!

I don't think anyone looks forward to a conversation with HMRC as their enquiries are both inconvenient and stressful ...

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Tax Relief Available On Loans To Traders

During the pandemic, the number of capital loss claims due to irrecoverable loans to businesses increased ...

   
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Key Tax Considerations When Buying A Holiday Home

Working from a holiday home and staycations in the United Kingdom has become the norm since the pandemic ...

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Inheritance Tax Benefits Of Property Investment Companies

A correctly set up property investment company can save you income tax, and qualify for tax relief on Inheritance Tax ...

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Period Of Grace Elections For Furnished Holiday Lettings

When a property qualifies as a Furnished Holiday Letting (FHL), they become subject to special tax rules ...

   
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HMRC To Widen Exemptions For Small Trusts And Estates

HMRC has proposed to widen the legislation that will keep small trusts and estates from paying tax ...

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HMRC Issues Guidance On The IHT Nil-Rate Band

When couples talk to me about Inheritance Tax, I recommend they start by quantifying the potential liability ...

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VAT On Holiday Lets And Serviced Accommodation

With many businesses, once your income heads above £85,000 you have to register for and pay VAT every quarter ...

 
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P11D: Focus On Staff Entertaining

Accountants are noticing an increasing number of enquiries from HMRC about the amounts spent on entertaining staff ...

 

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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 ...