Deferred VAT – new payment scheme opens this monthPosted by Kirsty Demeza on February 23, 2021
If you deferred VAT last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, you need to make arrangements to pay it. We explain how you can do it.
CGT changes 2021 – what are they, and should I be worried?Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on February 17, 2021
What are the CGT changes 2021 has in store? We share what we know about potential CGT hikes and look at how they could affect you.
Owed a Marriage Allowance rebate? You may lose out if you don’t claim by AprilPosted by Karen Jones on February 1, 2021
Married or in a civil partnership? You could be owed a large Marriage Allowance rebate from HMRC. Don’t miss out; make sure you claim soon.
Help for self-employed ineligible for SEISS? / New tax return deadlinePosted by Mark Boulter on January 27, 2021
The Treasury has received proposals for extra help for self-employed people ineligible for SEISS. Plus: tax return deadline extended.
How do I arrange a Self-Assessment payment plan?Posted by Mark Ingle on January 20, 2021
Are you going to struggle paying your tax bill this year? If so, you may be able to apply for a Self-Assessment payment plan online.
Tapered Annual Allowance, Pensions and Carry Forward..Posted by Laurence Sanderson on January 15, 2021
Understanding what tapered annual allowance is and how carry forward works should help you assess what can be done to minimise the loss of tax relief on your pension.
UK trade tariffs – there could be trouble ahead..Posted by Liz Cordell on January 13, 2021
There are many reasons to celebrate the fact we have a Brexit deal rather than a no deal. However, if you import or export goods from the EU, Brexit could still be causing some challenges. Even Percy Pig isn’t safe! UK trade tariffs could affect your business. How can you reduce the disruption?
Personal tax allowance, NI and income tax rates 2021/22Posted by Karen Jones on January 13, 2021
Unsure what the personal tax allowance, NI and income tax rates are for 2021/22? This post gets you up to speed on the changes.
Tax Return deadline looms. Don’t forget to pay any amounts due by 31 January!Posted by Karen Jones on January 9, 2021
The Tax Return online submission deadline is looming ever closer (31st January) so If you haven’t made your submission or provided everything to your accountant you are very short on time to get this done.
HMRC penalties on the rise – don’t get caught outPosted by Karen Jones on December 21, 2020
The taxman is stepping up his investigations and HMRC penalties are on the rise. We explain how to avoid getting hit by these unwelcome bills