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If you don’t file your return and pay any tax due on time, you’ll face fines – and there are potential extra penalties. We outline what you need to do.
Payment on account is not something that is widely known about among people who have never been part of the Self Assessment system. Learn more now!
Some businesses include a company car as part of the overall remuneration package for their employees. However, HMRC considers the private use of a company car to be a Benefit in Kind and is, therefore, taxed as part of the employee’s overall income from employment.
We take a closer look at how the new Flat Rate VAT scheme and the Limited Cost Trader test will affect you if you’re a VAT registered small business.
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.
As of the 2017/18 tax year, buy-to-let landlords who sit in the higher-rate or additional-rate tax bands will be hit with higher tax bills.
Films, animation, high-end TV, children’s TV, video games and theatre productions can be subject to Corporation Tax relief for creative industry workers.
New restrictions in the Finance Bill 2016 will see changes to Members Voluntary Liquidation. Here's what limited companies and contractors need to know.
Thinking about contracting in Europe or further afield? Learn all about your tax liabilities and how to maximise your take home pay working abroad.
In the 2014 Budget, the government revealed they were handing new powers to HMRC to recover debts. We look at the legislation and what this means.