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National Insurance changes from July 2022

National Insurance changes from July 2022

Although the National Insurance rates and thresholds for 2022/23 had already been set, at the time of the Spring Statement in March 2022, the Chancellor announced increases in the primary threshold which would align the starting point for National Insurance with the...

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MTD for VAT for all

MTD for VAT for all

Under Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT, VAT-registered traders must keep electronic records and file their VAT returns electronically using software that is compatible with MTD for VAT. Prior to 1 April 2022, MTD for VAT was only mandatory for VAT-registered traders...

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Corporation tax increases soon to take effect

Corporation tax increases soon to take effect

Corporation tax is being reformed and companies with profits of more than £50,000 will pay corporation tax at a higher rate than they do now. While the changes do not come into effect for a year, applying from the financial year 2023 which starts on 1 April 2023,...

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Using your annual exempt amount for 2021/22

Using your annual exempt amount for 2021/22

All individuals are entitled to an annual exempt amount for capital gains tax purposes. Net gains (chargeable gains less allowable losses) for the tax year are free of capital gain tax to the extent that they are covered by the annual exempt amount. For 2021/22, the...

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Struggling to pay tax – What should you do?

Struggling to pay tax – What should you do?

The January self-assessment payment deadline is not well timed, falling as it does in a month when people may be already struggling to pay their Christmas credit card bills. However unpalatable the 31 January tax deadline is, it is not one that should be ignored....

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New reduced rate of VAT for hospitality and leisure

New reduced rate of VAT for hospitality and leisure

The hospitality and leisure industry were particularly hard hit by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns. To help the industry recover they benefitted from a reduced rate of VAT of 5% from 15 July 2020 until 30 September 2021. As a temporary...

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Understanding how dividends are taxed

Understanding how dividends are taxed

Dividends have their own tax rules and their own rates of tax. The rules and the rates apply in the same way regardless of whether the dividends are paid from your personal or family company as part of a profit extraction strategy, or whether they represent investment...

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Do I need to register for VAT?

Do I need to register for VAT?

You must register your business for VAT if your VAT taxable turnover exceeds the registration threshold. This is currently £85,000. You must register if: at the end of any month, the value of your VAT taxable supplies in the previous 12 months or less is more than...

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NIC and company directors

NIC and company directors

Special rules apply to company directors when it comes to calculating their Class 1 National Insurance liabilities. Why the rules Directors, particularly of personal and family companies, can control how and when they are paid and, in the absence of special rules,...

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Restart Grants and Recovery Loans

Restart Grants and Recovery Loans

As lockdown restrictions are eased, businesses may need help to re-open and to recover from the impact of the pandemic. Depending on the nature of the business, they may be eligible for a Restart Grant or a Recovery Loan. Restart Grants The Restart Grant Scheme...

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Can you claim the Employment Allowance for 2021/22?

Can you claim the Employment Allowance for 2021/22?

The Employment Allowance is a National Insurance allowance that enables eligible employers to reduce their employers’ (secondary) Class 1 National Insurance bill by up to £4,000. However, not all employers can benefit – there are some important exclusions. Eligible...

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Tax allowances frozen until April 2026

Tax allowances frozen until April 2026

The financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is unprecedented and borrowing levels in 2020/21 of 16.9% of GDP represent the highest level of peacetime borrowing. To meet some of this cost, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced in the 2021 Budget that various...

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Further grants for the self-employed

Further grants for the self-employed

The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has provided grant support for self-employed individuals whose business has been adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. An extension to the scheme was announced at the time of the 2021 Budget. As a result, it...

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Budget 2021-2022

Budget 2021-2022

On 3 March 2021, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, submitted his budget for 2021 with the following highlights: Extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme till September Until the ninth month of the year 2021, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will remain...

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Exploiting the staycation trend – Buying a holiday let

Exploiting the staycation trend – Buying a holiday let

Those looking to buy an investment property may wish to consider a holiday let. Not only do the second and subsequent homes benefit from SDLT savings as a result of the temporary increase in the SDLT threshold, they can also benefit from the favourable tax regime for...

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