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Why File Your Tax Return Early?

As the 6th April rolls around, filing your tax return early might not jump to the top of your to do list. But it could well be worth giving it more attention.

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Corona Virus Information

A few notes from us with answers to recently asked questions. Please check the website again with further updates. Statutory Sick Pay £94.25 Per WeekPaid by employer for up to…

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“Section 9A” Tax Enquiries

HMRC are entitled to investigate personal tax returns under "Section 9A of the Taxes Management Act 1970". Find out how we can help.

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Contractor Responsibilities

If your business is involved in construction and it engages self-employed workers, the business will likely need to register with the Revenue as a contractor.

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What is a P800?

If you've paid the wrong amount of tax in any of the last few tax years, HM Revenue and Customs may send you a "P800 calculation". Why might this happen?…

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Capital Allowances: Cars and Private Use

In a previous blog post, we looked at the basics of capital allowances: what they are and how they are typically calculated. But what happens to capital allowances on cars?…

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Capital Allowances: The Basics

What are capital allowances? Capital allowances are how businesses claim tax relief on capital expenditure. This raises another question: what is capital expenditure? Business expenditure can be split into two…

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Tax Investigation

Forewarned is forearmed. By preparing in advance, you can vastly reduce the stress and impact if/when you are picked for a tax investigation. Here are some tips:- File accurate tax,…

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