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Payment On Account: Deferring the 31st July Tax Payment

UK taxpayers with a liability of more than £1,000 for the year are often required to make a payment on account ...

 

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Have You Forgotten Your Capital Gains Tax Return?

So many people have forgotten about the 30-day filing and payment deadline for Capital Gains Tax during the lockdown ...

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SDLT: Stamp Duty Land Tax Surcharge On Derelict Properties

If you've bought a derelict property since March 2016, you may be due a rebate if you paid Stamp Duty Land Tax ...

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Remember To File Your Employment Related Securities Return

The 2019/20 tax year is over and there are filings that need to be made, including the Employment Related Securities return ...

   
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Second Self-Employed Income Support Scheme Announced

I was heartened to hear that many will receive another payment from the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme ...

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HMRC Wins In-Specie Pension Contributions Appeal

In a recent Upper-Tier Tribunal decision, HMRC was permitted to deny tax relief on some in-specie pension contributions ...

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Extension To Time Limit To Notify HMRC Of An Option To Tax

We live in interesting times right now, so it's nice that HMRC has given us a break with the option to tax time limit ...

   
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HMRC Loses Another Employment Status Case

HMRC appeals a lot of employment status cases, but one came to light recently where HMRC lost its appeal ...

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Working From Home: What Tax Reliefs Are Available?

Working from home is something many of us have been subject to during the UK-wide Coronavirus lockdown ...

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Update On The Trust Registration Service (TRS)

I've already written about the upcoming changes to the Trust Registration Service, but here's an update ...

 
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Update On Capital Gains Tax And Property

I thought I would summarise the changes announced to Capital Gains Tax Relief for your Principal Private Residence ...

 

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Update On The Self-Employed Income Support Scheme

The Government recently published further guidance on the new Self-Employed Income Support Scheme ...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Portal Opens On 20 April!

HMRC has announced plans to open the new online Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) service on the 20th April ...

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Support For Operators Of FHLs And Serviced Accommodation

There have been a number of measures announced by the Government to support businesses across the country ...

   
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The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Explained

HMRC released much more detailed guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) last week ...

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HMRC Time To Pay Arrangements To Help Taxpayers

Time To Pay (TTP) arrangements extend payment deadlines for taxpayers in financial distress due to Coronavirus ...

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Stamp Duty Land Tax: Surcharge For Non Resident Purchasers

The Chancellor has confirmed a Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge coming into effect on the 1st April 2021 ...

   
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Entrepreneurs' Relief: Do You Charge Your Company Rent?

It's common for directors to own their business premises. This is because it's sometimes cheaper to buy than to rent ...

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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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Jointly Owned Property And The Use Of HMRC Form 17

Surely, if a rental property is owned as tenants in common and the split is 70:30, this is what we can declare on our tax return, right?

 
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The 2020 Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings Filing Deadline

A limited company, registered in the UK or not, has to pay Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings on UK residential property ...