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Personal Tax

Counting down to the 2023/4 tax year-end
February 16, 2024
Some tax planning pointers to consider in the run-up to 5 April 2024.
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Looking to the general election and potential fiscal changes
February 9, 2024
With the nation expected to go to the polls this year, and uncertainty around future tax policies, careful personal financial planning is important.
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Online Sales Platforms are required to report seller earnings to HMRC
January 11, 2024
From 1 January 2024, popular online sales platforms such as eBay, Etsy, Vinted and Airbnb must report seller earnings to HMRC.
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Triggers for student loan repayments
January 8, 2024
In this article we explain why self-assessment and different types of income may trigger a student loan repayment
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Tax implications of letting out your home through Airbnb
January 4, 2024
A handy overview of the tax consequences of letting out part or all of your property.
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Statutory Residence Test Flowchart
November 3, 2023
A simplified analysis of the statutory residence test
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Statutory Residence Test
November 3, 2023
A comprehensive guide of the rules that determine UK tax residence for individuals
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Act now to ensure a smooth transition to new income tax basis period rules
October 6, 2023
Here we explain the basis period changes for tax reporting, as well as the preparations unincorporated businesses can make to cope with possible cashflow challenges.
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How parents and grandparents can help reduce student loan debt
August 14, 2023
Changes to student loans may increase the debt burden for some graduates. We look at what families can do to help.
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Pension contributions – the tax benefits
July 14, 2023
Here we explain the latest changes affecting the tax relief on the contributions you make to your pension.
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Deadline for buying National Insurance Years extended again
July 3, 2023
For those who have missing NI years between 2006 and 2016 (to qualify for a full state pension), there's now more time to plug the gaps.
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Don’t forget to claim your crypto losses
May 17, 2023
Why it's advisable to review capital losses on cryptoassets soon for capital gains tax obligations and claims.
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Salary vs dividend – which is now best for business owners?
May 5, 2023
Changes to corporation tax and dividend allowances raise questions about Directors' tax-efficient remuneration. This article explores the options.
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What was revealed in The Treasury’s Tax Administration and Maintenance Day
May 3, 2023
A round up of some of the key areas likely to have a direct impact on tax planning in the months and years ahead.
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Understanding CGT on overseas property sales
April 4, 2023
Important factors UK residents need to be aware of to minimise tax liabilities.
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Chancellor’s Budget Summary – March 2023
March 16, 2023
Steadying the ship - how will Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's Budget to stabilise the economy affect you or your business?
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Making your inheritance tax allowances count
November 25, 2022
More and more estates are now subject to paying inheritance tax (IHT), but much can be done to mitigate liability by using the available allowances.
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Trusts face new reporting requirements
July 21, 2022
From 1st September 2022 the Government is introducing changes which require certain trusts to registered with HMRC.
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Understanding the tax implications of divorce
December 16, 2021
Tax may not be uppermost on the minds of a couple getting divorced, but a well-drafted settlement can minimise tax liabilities during the upheaval.
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The income tax and capital gains tax benefits of trusts
December 15, 2021
In the second of a series of articles, we look at some further tax advantages of trusts.
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Tax payment changes on property sales
December 14, 2021
Changes to the way capital gains tax (CGT) works for property disposals are impacting both UK-resident and non-resident owners
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HMRC targeting cryptoasset holders and Foreign Tax Credit Relief claimants
November 18, 2021
HMRC is currently writing to holders of cryptoassets and those it feels may have incorrectly claimed Foreign Tax Credit Relief on 2019/20 incomes.
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Chancellor’s Budget Summary – October 2021
October 28, 2021
Rebuilding the fragile economy - how will the Chancellor's October 2021 Budget affect you and your business?
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Women missing out on state pension
October 15, 2021
Thousands of women are thought to have been underpaid the state pension, thanks to a rule change in 2008 and computer errors.
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Pension freedom age to rise
October 8, 2021
The earliest age at which you can withdraw cash from a private pension, without facing tax penalties, is set to increase from 55 to 57 on 6 April 2028.
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