PRACTICING THE ACT OF PHOENIX: TARGETED ANTI AVOIDANCE RULE
Some business owner’s practice the act of phoenix whilst trying to dispose of their business. An anti-avoidance rule was set up to put an end to this act when the business owners decided to sell their liquidate or sell their business. When this occurs, the taxpayer could be chargeable under…
Why do I pay extra to HMRC, Payment on Account explained
Payment on account is a system that is used by the revenue to ensure that taxpayers under Self-assessment pay towards tax and national insurance for the next tax year. The amount of payment on account applied for the taxpayers is based on previous tax years due to the HMRC Illustration…
WHY SHOULD I PAY TAX ON CHILD BENEFIT I HAVE RECEIVED
Why should I pay tax on the child benefit? This is a common question that is asked by taxpayers. You only pay tax if one of these conditions are met: The taxpayer must be entitled to Child benefit. Or if the taxable income received by either partner is over £50,000….
PLANNING TO SELL A PROPERTY IN 2020, YOU SHOULD READ THIS!
Are you selling residential properties in 2020? There are proposed new changes to declaring capital gain on residential property sold from April 2020. These changes will be very massive and would affect individuals selling residential properties. Who will be affected when selling residential properties? People affected by these changes include…
THE MAJOR CHANGES TO PRIVATE SECTOR, IR35 CHANGES FROM APRIL 2020
The IR35 legislation is a legislation that has been used by HMRC since 1999 as an anti-avoidance tool for contractors that run their business through a limited company. Since April 2017, The HMRC introduced some new changes to the way IR35 was applied in the public sector. How IR35 legislation…
CLAIMING EXPENSES, REDUCING TAX AND NATIONAL INSURANCE!
Claiming the right expenses are a crucial part of running a business. This is because claiming the right expenditure will result in tax relief claimed in the tax year. Therefore reducing the income tax, corporation tax and national insurance paid by the taxpayers. Why is claiming the right expenses important? The consequence…