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Struggling to pay tax – What should you do?

Struggling to pay tax – What should you do? The January self-assessment payment deadline is not well timed, falling as it does in a month when people may be already struggling to pay their Christmas credit card bills. However unpalatable the 31 January tax deadline is, i...

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Further grants for the self-employed

Further grants for the self-employed The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has provided grants and support for self-employed individua...

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Statutory payment changes from April 2021

Statutory payments from April 2021 By law, there are various statutory payments that an employer must make to an employee while the employee is absent from work. This can arise from  the birth, adoption or death of a child. The employer must pay employees who meet the qua...

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Using company vans for tax-free home to work travel

Using company vans for tax-free home to work travel   As a general rule, travel between home and work is regarded as private travel and if the employer meets the cost of that travel, a benefit-in-kind tax charge will be triggered. However, it is possible for employ...

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Utilising the 2019/20 dividend allowance

Utilising the 2019/20 dividend allowance The dividend allowance is quite unusual in that it is available to everyone and everyone has the same allowance. For 2019/20 the allowance is set at £2,000. In common with many allowances, it is a case of use it or lose it. ...

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Gift cards and the trivial benefits exemption

Gift cards and the trivial benefits exemption The trivial benefits exemption allows employers to ignore benefits in kind that cost £50 or less for tax purposes, as long as the conditions of the exempt...

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Don’t assume HMRC is right – check your tax calculation

Check your tax calculation Each year HMRC undertake a PAYE reconciliation for employed individuals who are not required to submit a tax return to check that the correct amount of tax has been paid. Where it has not, HMRC will send out either a P800 tax calculation or a PA3...

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Changes to the off-payroll working rules

Changes to the off-payroll working rules -how will your business be impacted?   From 6 April 2020 the off-payroll working rules that have applied since 6 April 2017, where the end client is a public sector body, are to be extended. The changes will see the rules ex...

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Did you know you can claim tax relief for your start up costs?

Claim a tax deduction for pre-trading expenses Setting up a new business is exciting time, but can also be a very costly time. It requires a lot of investment in regards to your time and money before you can start to reap any of the rewards. So it is very important that yo...

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Why you should still register for Child Benefit even if you are a high earner

Importance of registering for child benefit - even if the High-Income Child Benefit charge applies If you are a parent or carer affected by the High-Income Child Benefit charge (HICBC) you can be forgiven for thinking that there is no point in registering for child benefit...

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