30th September 2018 is the deadline to register any disguised remuneration schemes with HMRC. Disguised remuneration schemes claim to avoid the need to pay Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions. The use of an Employee Benefit Trust (EBT) is an example of a disguised remuneration scheme.
Failure to file a Confirmation Statement is a criminal offence, which can result in directors being fined personally in criminal courts.
Disaggregation is when business owners try to avoid charging VAT by splitting a business to ensure each operates under the VAT registration threshold.
Benefits in kind are benefits that employees or directors receive from their company which aren’t included in their salary or wages. They’re also sometimes called ‘perks’ or ‘fringe benefits’. Not all benefits in kind are treated in the same way by the tax system, so here's what you need to know.
Self-employed and struggling to deal with Self Assessment? Start the tax year positively and make next year’s Self Assessment as painless as possible - get some expert advice from our client managers.
Filing early will mean you avoid the mid-January dread felt by many freelancers & contractors, and enjoy a well-earned worry-free rest over the holidays.
We all agree that donating to a charity is good for everyone but did you know that there are tax-efficient benefits to donating? We take a look.
Starting this month, HMRC is introducing a new way of collecting personal tax, called Simple Assessment. Here's what the self-employed need to know.
Would you pay more National Insurance to receive the same benefits as full-time employees? We explore a policy proposal from the RSA's Entreprenerial Audit.