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Get the most from a tax-free loan
There are tough rules to prevent directors overusing loans from their companies. However, it’s possible to have tax-free personal use of your company’s money...
Should properties be held personally or via a company?
One of our clients has recently come into a substantial amount of money via an inheritance. She is looking to build up a rental...
Can I reclaim VAT on Mileage Expenses?
This is a common question I am asked by my clients. Therefore, I thought it was time I clarified whether you can indeed claim...
THE NEW TAX YEAR CHECKLIST
The new tax year is fast approaching again! To ensure your business has a successful 2017, it is imperative that your to-do list is...
Do you have to declare property rental income?
You’ve let out a house for years, but your total income has always been less than your tax allowance so you haven’t declared it...
Limited company contractors face tax hike from dividend changes
In yesterday’s budget the Chancellor began his speech with praise for the UK’s self-employed, whom he referred to as “the lifeblood of our economy”....
New Restriction On Finance Expenses and Rental Losses
The tax relief for loan interest and other financial expenses that relates to to-let residential properties will be restricted from April 6th 2017. As...
Blow for Scottish Taxpayers
Budget. In December 2016 the devolved administration at Holyrood announced its Budget. One notable announcement was that the income tax rates (20%/40%/45%) would not...
Taxpayer excuses from HMRC
HMRC have released more unusual excuses from taxpayers who failed to complete their self assessment tax return on time. These include: ‘My tax return...
Last Minute Fixes for your Self-Assessment
Around a million self-assessment tax returns are submitted every year in the week before the 31st of January deadline. Here’s some last minute help...
Less than a month to go until Making Tax Digital – are you ready for the future of accounting?
Are you ready for Making Tax Digital?
Why it makes sense to claim Child Benefit even if you earn over £60,000
Visit from the VAT man – would your business be ready?