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Tax Planning for the end of the 2021/22 Tax Year
At the start of the current 2020/21 tax year, we wrote about the uncertainty that we faced, with a very delayed budget, and Brexit on the...
Apr 02, 2021 / Read More
Tax relief for Working from Home
Have you worked from home in the last year? Even for a day or one meeting? You can claim a year’s worth of tax relief!
Mar 23, 2021 / Read More
Enhanced TTP arrangement
HMRC announced last week that they were scrapping the £100 late filing penalty for self-assessment tax returns, providing the return is f...
Feb 03, 2021 / Read More
Avoid delays with your personal tax return filing
The countdown to the personal tax return deadline is now well underway, so what issues should you be aware of that may delay the processi...
Dec 16, 2020 / Read More
HMRC confirms grants for the self-employed fraudulent or paid in error
HMRC confirms grants for the self-employed fraudulent or paid in error was originally published in No Worries Accounting on Medium, where...
Oct 12, 2020 / Read More
TAX PLANNING FOR THE END OF THE 2019/20 TAX YEAR
We will be starting a new tax year in a short few weeks, and never has there been such uncertainty with regards to what it will hold. Bre...
Mar 03, 2020 / Read More
Entrepreneurs Relief and IR35 updates
Budget day has been set for 11 March and as is always the case, the rumours, speculations and hearsay’s have begun.
Feb 11, 2020 / Read More
Claiming expenses and keeping records
Claiming expenses through your limited company is a great way to pay less tax. Your Corporation Tax is calculated on your company profit,...
Dec 17, 2019 / Read More
Although the tax and NI exemption for trivial benefits was introduced over 3 years ago, there are still few directors taking advantage of...
Dec 16, 2019 / Read More
Changing the way your buy-to-let profits are taxed
If you have a buy-to-let (BTL) property in the UK, you would have by now seen your profits dwindle with the restrictions in tax relief on...
Nov 20, 2019 / Read More