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SSP Rebate – can you reclaim Statutory Sick Pay paid to employees with Coronavirus?
Posted by Samantha Rowe on June 1, 2020

Can you claim back a Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) rebate for SSP paid out as a result of Coronavirus? In this blog we explain the process and the conditions that will need to be fulfilled if the claim is to succeed.

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Using your home as an office and tax
Posted by Karen Jones on May 4, 2020

Claiming Tax relief on expenses for using your home as office including capital allowances for purchasing equipment used for business.

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Be aware of coronavirus scam emails
Posted by Liz Cordell on April 27, 2020

The tell-tale signs which could help you decide if a Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme email is actually one of the coronavirus scam emails.

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Could a delayed phone call land you with a tax investigation?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 13, 2020

Been on hold waiting to speak to the taxman? You are not alone, the delay causes major problems for taxpayers which can result in tax investigations.

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HMRC tax Investigations – make sure you are covered!
Posted by Mark Boulter on January 27, 2020

HMRC have increased their computing capacity making them more efficient at conducting tax investigations for all size businesses.

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Self-assessment scams are on the rise. Here’s how to avoid them…
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 29, 2019

Self-assessment scams are on the rise… Don’t get caught out, here we look at how to stop and avoid them…

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I’m rich!! HMRC haven’t asked for my usual payment on account this year?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on February 28, 2019

For some of us, the usual payment on account is not showing as due and any amount we pay over is being refunded in error.

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HMRC has another go at getting it right
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on November 12, 2018

HMRC has recently realised that its tax calculator has incorrectly computed tax liabilities for approximately 30,000 taxpayers for the tax year 2016-17.

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Children aged under 18 and tax – a few key considerations
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on October 6, 2017

Income tax and National Insurance As with adults, children aged under 18 can earn up to the tax free allowance in each tax year (£12,500 in 2020/21) and pay no income tax.

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HMRC Tax Investigation : What you need to know
Posted by THP on October 4, 2017

What to expect from a HMRC tax investigation As kids we’re afraid of things that go bump in the night and the monster that may or may not be lurking under our bed. It’s a basic fear of the unknown. As adults, this fear doesn’t go away but it does take on a slightly different

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