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February 6, 2024 Comments Off

How to register for payrolling benefits and expenses If you’re intending to payroll benefits and expenses, you must register them with HMRC using the payrolling employees taxable benefits and expenses online service. You must do this

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  Policy objective The main objective of the diverted profits tax is to counteract contrived arrangements used by large groups (typically multinational enterprises) that result in the erosion of the UK tax base.

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  HMRC have announced a  package of measures intended to simplify and modernise the tax system. These include mandating the payrolling of Benefits In Kind, from April 2026, and allowing parents who do

February 6, 2024 Comments Off

What Is It? A diminishing shared ownership agreement is also a means of purchasing an asset without the use of a loan, but in this case ownership of the asset will only pass

February 6, 2024 Comments Off

HMRC has launched a consultation ‘Tax Simplification for Alternative Finance’. This explores proposals to address the difference in Capital Gains Tax (CGT) treatment when property is refinanced using alternative, rather than conventional, finance

January 9, 2024 Comments Off

  Selling online and paying taxes - yes that includes sites like Vinted and Ebay.  New rules came into effect from January 1, 2024 for online selling platforms which could affect you even

January 9, 2024 Comments Off

New Year new start? Below are just a few of the rises and falls of 2024 that you need to be aware of:   National Insurance Lowered The new tax rules aren't the

December 12, 2023 Comments Off

  Chase Late Payments Seems obvious, but is actually a smart move and Christmas is a great excuse to do it.  Offices shut down over the Christmas period, so late payments are unlikely

December 12, 2023 Comments Off

  Dividends vs Salary: Which is the better choice for company directors? Dividends vs Salary is a common question we get from company directors and limited companies.  As a business owner, your business

November 23, 2023 0 Comments

In the Autumn Budget 2023, the UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced plans to reduce debt and cut taxes, with the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) assessing that these measures will lower inflation and