National Insurance credits can help qualifying applicants fill gaps in their National Insurance records. This can assist taxpayers to build the number of qualifying years of National Insurance
The MTD for VAT regime started in April 2019 when businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 became mandated to keep their records digitally and provide their VAT return information
If you receive no compensation from your employer for work related expenses you have paid, you can still claim tax relief for some expenses that relate to working from home. HMRC will usually allow
If you are an employee working from home, you may be able to claim tax relief for some of the bills you pay that are related to your work.
Employers can reimburse employees for the additional
One of the announcements by HMRC at the start of the coronavirus pandemic was the introduction of emergency measures to help those affected by COVID-19 using the existing Time to Pay service. Many
HMRC uses a number of different measures to help determine whether an activity is a trade irrespective of whether the activity leads to a profit or a loss. This includes looking at whether an activity
1 March 2022 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 31 May 2021.
2 March 2022 – Normally Self-Assessment tax for 2020-21 would need to be paid by 2 March or a 5% surcharge would be
One of the less well-known ways of paying your Self-Assessment tax bill is to do so through your tax code.
This can only be done where all the following apply:
you owe a Self-Assessment balancing
The car fuel benefit rules only apply to company cars that attract a car benefit tax charge. This means the rules do not apply to fuel provided for use in an employee’s own car.
There are special VAT rules that allow businesses to standard rate the supply of most non-residential and commercial land and buildings (known as the option to tax). This means that subsequent