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Could you earn £1,000 tax free using the new trading allowance?

October 17, 2018

Its true to say that the new trading allowance, introduced in The Finance Act (No.2) 2017 has largely gone unnoticed. However for many individuals, especially those who have a small second income generated by carrying out some work, it is proving to be a very useful tax break. So what exactly is it?

Could you earn £1,000 tax free using the new trading allowance?

Contractors – why August 10th, 2018 is THE most important date this year

July 25, 2018

If you are a contractor working through your own limited company, then you need to know that Friday August 10th is one of the most important dates of 2018.

Why? Because this is the date when the Governments consultation into the off payroll working rules (IR35) in the private sector closes. More precisely, at 11.45pm on August 10th the window of opportunity for you to voice your concerns, raise your objections and even provide evidence that the changes implemented in the Public sector are just not working, slams firmly shut.

Contractors – why August 10th, 2018 is THE most important date this year

"HMRC" Debt Scam Phone Call – Steps to Take

July 17, 2018

We have recently been informed of a scam where apparent HMRC staff or debt collectors are ringing and demanding money to be paid immediately.

Buy to Let Landlords - Mortgage Changes Start to Bite

July 3, 2018

We are now well under way with the preparation of self-assessments for the 17/18 tax year.

Buy to Let Landlords - Mortgage Changes Start to Bite

Contractor Loan Schemes: HMRC Deadline Extended

June 13, 2018

Tens of thousands of contractors and self employed freelancers are currently facing bankruptcy in order to settle their tax affairs. This is the result of them using what HMRC consider to be ‘disguised remuneration’ schemes that were popular back in the early 2000’s. Many arrangements involved complex tax avoidance strategies and included the use of employee loans and offshore trusts. Many were marketed as being ‘HMRC compliant’ or ‘HMRC approved’ but the reality was that such statements were a fallacy.

Contractor Loan Schemes: HMRC Deadline Extended