Tagged as tax17th January 2022
Written by Tomas Martin
Are you au fait with income tax?
Do you know what is included within your personal allowance?
Click to find out more.
Written by Helen Tomlinson
More and more people are purchasing electric vehicles in the UK.
At the end of April 2021, there were more than 245,000 pure electric cars and 515,000 plug-in and hybrid models registered in the UK.
IR35 was introduced by HMRC in 1999 to make sure everyone is paying the correct amount of tax. The key […]22nd March 2021
The Domestic Reverse Charge (DRC) is a new way of accounting for VAT for builders and others caught under the […]14th December 2020
A smorgasboard of new phrases have bounced into our everday conversations this year – including virtual Christmas do. As we […]21st August 2020
Thousands of employees are now being required to work from home due to Covid-19.
But are they all claiming the tax back on the extra costs that are being incurred?
We outline exactly what you can claim and how to claim in this week’s blog.
On 20 March 2020, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a package of COVID-19 measures. The measures on tax include […]16th August 2019
HMRC’s Let Property Campaign is targeting landlords who may have unpaid tax. This would be as a result of failing to declare income from letting out residential property. The scheme is open to those that have multiple properties, single rentals, student rentals, or holiday lettings.24th April 2019
Are you married or in a civil partnership? If so you may be entitled to a £900 tax break called the marriage tax allowance. Yet about one million couples are still missing out.
Read on to find out more about what this new tax is, who qualifies for it and details of how to claim.
As HMRC moves more of its services online, fraudsters are exploiting this transition by targeting taxpayers with fake emails. With an increasing number of phishing scams, HMRC has released updated guidance on how to recognise genuine contact from its agents.