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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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Dividend Payments During The Pandemic

Did you know that paying yourself illegal dividends means you could become personally liable for company liabilities?

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Failure To Report SEISS Grants Correctly Causing Delays

According to HMRC, a number of Self-Assessment tax returns for the 2020/21 tax year contain inconsistencies ...

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IT Contractor Loses Latest IR35 Case

An IT contractor providing services to a building society was ordered to stump up £74,523 in Income Tax and NI ...

   
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Should You Set Up A Trust Or Family Investment Company?

If you're estate planning right now, you could be considering a Family Investment Company over a Family Trust ...

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Reviewing Your PAYE Settlement Agreement For COVID-19

Employers meet the tax on benefits and expenses for an employee using a PAYE Settlement Agreement ...

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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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What CGT Is Payable On The Sale Of A Property Post-Death?

CGT has a tax-free uplift to a property's valuation on the sale of a property post-death. The value for CGT is reset ...

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Why Didn't The Annexe Qualify As A Separate Dwelling?

A tribunal considered whether a 6-bed home with annexe should be treated as one for Multiple Dwellings Relief ...

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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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The Non-Resident Test For Employees Stranded In The UK

Trade bodies have consulted with the Treasury on difficulties faced by those stranded in the UK during the pandemic ...

 

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Treasury Consultation On New Property Developer Tax

The Property Developer Tax was announced when the Government pledged to fund cladding replacement ...

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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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COVID Loss Relief Carry Back Extension

A welcome extension of loss relief carry-back for companies, sole traders and partnerships has been announced ...

   
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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 ...