A tribunal recently considered a case relating to tax consequences of a director investing company money in his personal bank account. The judgement was nt in favour of the company director. But does this mean that it is something illegal?
A recent court decision ruled that HMRC was wrong to charge national insurance on round sum car allowances. But HMRC is unlikely to offer a refund where you’ve overpaid, what steps do you need to take to get your money back?
If you take into consideration the amount of tax you have paid over the years in various forms, you may look back and find areas where you could have saved money. According to a tax expert, there are 04 things that you should do in order to reduce your tax burden..
The autumn statement outlined key measures on the government borrowing, infrastructure and housing. Some of them are outlined below. Government Borrowing Point at which debt predicted to begin falling delayed by a year to 2016/17. Deficit forecast to fall this year, as is cash borrowing. Deficit to fall from 7.9% to 6.9% of GDP this […]
HMRC’s decision to commence business record checks has not been greeted with complete enthusiasm. According to the Chartered Institute of Taxation, there will be many problems of interpretation. It also makes the serious point that HMRC still intend to charge penalties in year, where their power to do this is at least doubtful.
VAT done based on cash accounting offers benefits to small businesses, However, this will only be momentarily. When your turnover reaches the limit you’ll have to leave the scheme. The cash accounting scheme is a simple way for businesses to improve their cash flow. It allows you to defer accounting for VAT until the quarter […]
If you think that you were not correctly advised on your tax affairs or a relating tax investigation and HMRC refuses to accept, this makes the matters worse. Will this be the end of your tax investigation? And are you liable completely for the wrongdoing? Are there any steps for you to pursue justice? Keeping your […]
Having a website is almost a necessity for any business, but setting one up and maintaining it can be expensive. This article explains as to whether you can get can tax exemptions for developing and maintaining a website. Most businesses can claim a 100% tax deduction for some of the cost of setting up a […]