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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 ...

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HMRC's Let Property Campaign

Did you know about the Let Property Campaign? It is a lifeline for landlords who may not have realised that tax is due ...

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The Coronavirus Pandemic And Unplanned UK Workdays

The pandemic meant non-UK residents stranded in the country had to undertake unplanned UK workdays ...

 
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Car Or Van? Court Finds In Favour Of HMRC

When working out a benefit in kind, it can sometimes be difficult to decide if the vehicle you are looking at is a car or van ...

 

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Transferring Business Assets On Divorce

HMRC recently issued new guidance on their views on reliefs available when transferring business assets on divorce ...

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Should You Register As Self-Employed Or A Limited Company?

I'm often asked whether being self-employed or a limited company is the best way to start out in business ...

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Airbnb Exchanges Information With HMRC

It was recently announced that Airbnb has started to share information with HMRC about rental incomes ...

   
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Mitigating Property VAT Costs For Landlords

Lockdown saw a major decline in the use of commercial premises, with everyone working from home ...

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Important Update To The Trust Registration Service

The Trust Registration Service may be a one-off event, but you need to keep your registration up to date ...

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Have You Overpaid Stamp Duty Land Tax?

Most property transactions incur Stamp Duty Land Tax, but often you may not pay the correct amount of tax ...

   
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Resurfacing A Haulage Yard: Repair Or Capital Improvement?

Work was carried out on a haulage yard to improve the surface after it became a Health & Safety hazard ...

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Proposed Tax Rises To Pay For Impact Of Coronavirus

The national debt is tipping over £2 trillion for the first time and it is becoming obvious there will be some tax rises ...

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HMRC: Proposed Financial Institution Notice

Recently, the Government published the Finance Bill 2020/21 and introduced the Financial Institution Notice (FIN) ...

 
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HMRC Are On The Look Out For Furlough Fraud

Many small businesses are worried about the possible penalties from accidental furlough fraud. So how can you avoid it?