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Avoid being charged late penalties – pay any outstanding 2018/19 Tax Liabilities before the end of February
Any outstanding 2018/19 Tax Liabilities must be paid before the end of February 2020 to avoid late payments penalties being
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Contractors urged to contribute to Lords’ IR35 inquiry
The Lords Select Committee has launched an investigation into the extension of IR35 rules to the private sector and is
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Sale of Residential Property – UK tax resident individuals
From 6 April 2020, the UK Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules on reporting the sale of a residential property change significantly.
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Suspected Leopard in West Yorkshire turns out to be spotty coat
Could this be one of the greatest cases of mistaken identity in 2020 so far? Ben Lilly of West Yorkshire
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31 January: The deadline for paying self-assessment tax liabilities and filing 2018/19 tax returns
e are fast approaching the deadline for filing your Self-Assessment Tax Return which is Friday 31st January 2020. If you
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From the Desk of the MD…
This month… In our last newsletter, I dared to dream that with an election coming and the political landscape so
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IR35 regime to launch in April 2020 despite ongoing Treasury review
The Government has confirmed that despite it’s plans to review the Off-Payroll tax rules, also known as IR35, it will
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What options and opportunities are available under IR35?
While the threat of being placed inside IR35 could increase upon the arrival of IR35 reform on 6th April, that’s
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More than 3,000 taxpayers completed self-assessment on Christmas Day
Instead of tucking into turkey or unwrapping their gifts, 3,003 taxpayers completed their self-assessment returns on 25 December 2019, according
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Manchester council announces unique names for it’s fleet of new salt spreaders
Manchester City Council has revealed it’s new names for it’s fleet of gritters that were chosen by a public vote.
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