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Tax Saving Idea for Your SEIS Shares

Published on October 17, 2012 By admin

SEED Enterprise Investment Scheme also known as SEIS tax breaks are worth at least 50% of your investment, but the downside of this is that your money will be tied up for some time. The question being raised in this article is for how long it will be tied before you can get your hands […]

Online Access to Tax Records for Every Tax Payer

Published on November 17, 2011 By admin

The government is suggesting that every taxpayer should be given online access to their personal tax records. This is a recommendation outlined by the public consultation on making the tax system easier to understand. The other steps outlined include pre filled tax returns to people in the tax return system. All taxpayers will be sent […]

Delay in the issue of some Self Assessment Tax Return Statements

Published on August 25, 2011 By admin

According to the reports coming out from HMRC, HMRC has more Self Assessment statements than usual to issue this year. Bearing in mind that these self assessment tax return forms are issued in July, this year HMRC has taken steps to issue some in August as well. If you are yet to receive your tax […]

How to Manage the Cash Flow of Small and Start-up Businesses

Published on June 9, 2011 By admin

With more and more small and start-up businesses emerging with the economic revival than it is vital that they receive the best advice possible in terms of their accounting, tax and cash flow requirements. One key area among all that many new small businesses are found foul is the cash flow. Often the issue being […]

Buying Residential Property in the UK Advice for Foreign Nationals

Published on April 21, 2011 By admin

Freehold Property A freehold property is where the owner has complete and absolute ownership of the land, and all buildings that stand on the land. There is no limit of time to hold the property like in the case of leasehold property. A freehold property lies with the titleholder unless they transfer it of their […]

Self Assessment / Tax Return

Published on April 1, 2011 By admin

Tax return or in other words self assessment is the buzz word during the month of Janaury as everybody is rushing to file their respective documents with HMRC to avoid any unnecessary penalties. For a first time user filing the tax return could be a complicated task. Getting it wrong leads to harsh consequences. The […]