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It is benefits time once again


This is the time of year that employers and employees deal with the reporting of Benefits in kind. Taxing times… The provision and use of compa... Read More >>
Do not forget to report Benefits in Kind


HMRC posted the following reminder on their website the first day of the new tax year: Employers need to report all Benefits in Kind (BiKs), including... Read More >>
Borderline benefits


Now that Scotland and Wales have their very own stamp duty taxes buying a house in the border areas between Wales and England, and Scotland and Englan... Read More >>
Broadband fibre gets rates boost


The Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2018 paves the way for full-fibre broadband and future 5G communications by enabling 100% business rates rel... Read More >>
Common-sense prevails


Imagine that you have no interest in computers or computing. That Facebook and Twitter sound like racehorses running in the 2.30 at Haydock Park. Furt... Read More >>
Tax Diary April/May 2018


1 April 2018 – Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 30 June 2017. 19 April 2018 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for month end... Read More >>
How long should you keep your records?


If you are self-employed, and obliged to submit a self-assessment tax return, you must keep your tax records for at least five years after the 31 Janu... Read More >>
Black cabs urged to go green


Britain’s black cabs now qualify for an incentive to go green as the new tax exemption for electric taxis comes into force this month. The exemp... Read More >>
Offshore tax evasion


From 1 October 2018, HMRC will be gaining access to information from tax havens that will enable it to identify UK citizens with undisclosed offshore ... Read More >>
2m workers to receive a pay rise from 1 April 2018


And no, this is no April fool… Over 2 million people will get a pay rise from 1 April 2018 thanks to an above-inflation rise in the National Li... Read More >>

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