Self-assessment taxpayers are usually required to pay their income tax liabilities in three instalments each year. The first two payments are due on:
31 January during the tax year e.g., for
Most payments a company makes to its shareholders, in respect of their shares, will be qualifying distributions and be subject to Income Tax.
However, if certain conditions are met, the payment can
If you are thinking about purchasing a company car through a limited company, there are many issues that need to be considered. In this short article we will point out some of the main issues, but it
The gift aid scheme, which was originally introduced in 1990, allows charities to reclaim from HMRC the basic rate of Income Tax deducted from qualifying donations by UK taxpayers. This means that
You can usually claim tax relief for your private pension contributions. There is an annual allowance for tax relief on pensions of £60,000 for the current 2023-24 tax year. The annual allowance for
The £100,000 threshold for Self-Assessment change for taxpayers taxed through PAYE only, increased from £100,000 to £150,000 with effect from 6 April 2023. However, the Self-Assessment for 2022-23 tax
There is more to being appointed a company director than accepting the title.
According to Companies House directors formal, statutory duties and responsibilities include:
filing an annual
A reduced rate of Inheritance Tax (IHT) of 36% (reduced from 40%) applies where 10% or more of a deceased’s net estate is left to charity. The lower rate applies where 10% or more of the ‘net value’
In most cases, a supply of goods or services for VAT purposes is deemed to have taken place in return for consideration. This is usually payment in money but can also be of a
Simple Assessment is a method by which HMRC can assess where additional Income Tax is due by a taxpayer. A Simple Assessment letter is usually issued to taxpayers with reasonable straight forward tax