Child benefit and high income – when it becomes a liabilityPosted by Karen Jones on October 7, 2020
Child benefit and high income? Were you aware of the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) – a tax charge paid by higher earners?
Capital Gains Tax allowances and reliefs – what can you claim?Posted by Kirsty Demeza on September 29, 2020
If you’re looking for information on Capital Gains Tax allowances and reliefs, this post helps you navigate the CGT maze.
Capital Gains Tax rates 2020/21 – how much do you have to pay?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 21, 2020
Looking for information on Capital Gains Tax rates 2020/21? We explain how much you’ll need to pay on residential property and other assets.
Tax increases – are they on the way?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on September 9, 2020
Tax increases may well be on the way in the forthcoming budget to start to pay for the massive costs of the Coronavirus crisis. We examine what actions could be taken now to save tax later.
Capital Gains Tax property returns – how to avoid problems reporting to HMRCPosted by Kirsty Demeza on September 1, 2020
Some people have had problems making multiple Capital Gains Tax property returns this year. We explain why and show you how to get CGT right.
Capital Allowances – Six things to know aboutPosted by Liz Cordell on September 1, 2020
One of the first things you should know about Capital Allowances is what you can claim on? We explain below what qualifies for Capital Allowances, along with some other things we think you should know.
How to plan for school feesPosted by Liz Cordell on August 12, 2020
With an average annual cost of £14,000, school fees might seem impossible. Here’s how to plan for school fees and make it tax efficient.
HMRC Tax Investigation : What you need to knowPosted by Mark Ingle on August 10, 2020
Tax enquiries have been on the rise over the past few years so it’s important that you know what would happen.
Common questions about Inheritance TaxPosted by Ian Henman on August 7, 2020
Inheritance tax rules can be difficult to understand, so we have answered some of the most common IHT questions.
Trusts? Don’t forget to register your Trusts…….Posted by Ian Henman on August 5, 2020
Trusts can be an important tool when it comes to tax planning and organising your financial affairs. We look at how trusts started and some of the issues involved in using them.