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  • Changing Your Accounting Date To Get A Tax Advantage

    Sarah Bradford examines how the choice of your accounting date for corporation tax purposes affects the company’s cash flow.Corporation tax is generally due for payment nine months and one day after the end of your...
  • HMRC Investigations - Come Out With Your Hands Up!

    James Bailey explains HMRC’s code of practice if they suspect you of committing fraud in relation to your tax affairs.  If HMRC suspect you of committing fraud in relation to your tax affairs, you are likely to be offered their ‘contractual disclosure facility’ (CDF), which is governed by…
  • Claiming Back VAT On Purchases Made By Employees

    Andrew Needham looks at the claim of input tax on employee purchases for the business. Employees often purchase goods or services on behalf of their employers. This can happen when away on business, entertaining clients, petty cash purchases and…
  • A Day At The Races! Business Entertainment

    Chris Williams looks at claiming tax relief for business entertaining expenditure. It is summer and the weather is…British; so you don’t need HMRC adding a dampener too. Here we see how to manage a day out at your business’ expense. Entertainment…
  • Give Generously – Charitable Giving And Tax Incentives

    Tony Granger highlights tax-efficient giving, bequests and legacy funding for charitable organisations. There are many thousands of charities competing for money from a large pool of funding. Some charities are ‘brand names’ and do much better at attracting charitable money than others, who may require marketing skills to make themselves better known. There are a number of tax incentives available to encourage...
  • Inter-Spouse Transfers And Capital Gains Tax Main Residence Relief

    Malcolm Finney explains how inter-spouse transfers at the wrong time may result in higher capital gains tax charges.There is no capital gains tax (CGT) charge on any capital gain made on a disposal (e.g. sale) of a dwelling house that has been the main residence of the owner throughout the period of ownership. Often a married couple (or civil partners) (who are permitted to have only one main residence) own their residence...
  • Tax-Efficient Savings- That’s NISA!

    The investment limits for certain tax-efficient savings accounts have been increased from 1 July 2014. Sarah Laing runs through what’s new in this area. In the 2014 Budget, the government announced that from 1 July 2014, individual savings accounts (ISAs) would be...
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