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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 Sends Out Self-assessment Verification Letters

Some taxpayers are receiving self-assessment verification letters from HMRC requesting more information ...

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How A Cryptocurrency Is Taxed In The United Kingdom

You need nerves of steel to invest in a cryptocurrency. You also need to know how cryptocurrency is taxed in the UK ...

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Stamp Duty Land Tax On Uninhabitable Properties

Another day, another taxpayer at a tribunal. This time, due to the purchase of a dilapidated bungalow ...

   
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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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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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What Are The Benefits Of An Employer-Provided Electric Car?

Many commercial travellers have a company car which tend to be changed every 18 months, depending on mileage ...

   
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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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Update On SDLT For Non-Residents Buying UK Property

HMRC has updated its information about the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge for non-residents ...

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The Delayed Domestic Reverse Charge For VAT

I originally wrote about the Domestic Reverse Charge For VAT back in 2019, but it was delayed until this year ...

 
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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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HMRC Suspends Filing Penalties Until 28 February

HMRC has announced a last-minute change to filing tax returns benefitting up to 3 million individuals ...

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IR35: Off-Payroll Working In The Private Sector

As of the 6th April 2021, the Government has introduced new IR35 rules for individuals who offer services to businesses ...

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The Statutory Residence Test And COVID-19 Restrictions

Because of travel restrictions, lockdowns and quarantines, an individual may stay in the UK longer than they planned ...

   
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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 ...

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Wishing You All A Very Merry Christmas

With most of us finishing for the holidays this week, I thought I'd join the festivities and let you have some tax trivia ...

   
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Capital Gains Tax: Proposed Changes Could Affect Share Sales

The OTS has released a report highlighting areas of disparity between Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax ...

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HMRC Proposed Changes To Tackle CIS Abuse

A policy paper has been published by HMRC, covering a range of updates to the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) ...

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How To Have A Christmas Party In 2020

Thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic, the office Christmas party is mostly not happening this year ...

 
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Inheritance Tax: Gifts Out Of Income A Very Valuable Relief

Out of all the tax reliefs and exemptions, probably the most generous of them all is this Inheritance Tax exemption ...