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From time to time, we produce information for clients on a number of topical and important issues, some of which can be found below:

Act now – you have just days before the April tax deadline - March 10, 2017
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The end of the tax year is almost upon us so if you want to ensure you reduce your tax bill, it is time to take action before the 5 April deadline. You may wish to check the following: If you leave at least 10 per cent of your net estate to charity a reduced … Continue reading Act now – you have just days before the April tax deadline


Time to check you are ready for April tax deadline - February 22, 2017
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Time has a habit of ticking away. You think you have plenty of time to deal with your financial affairs and, before you know it, it’s the end of the tax year. So, if you want to make the most of opportunities to reduce your tax bill, you need to act before the 5 April … Continue reading Time to check you are ready for April tax deadline


The clock is ticking – file online or face the consequences - January 23, 2017
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Taxpayers who have still not filed a tax return for 2015-16 have just a few days left to take urgent action if they want to avoid paying a fine. Online returns, including balancing payments, need to be filed by midnight on 31 January 2017. After that date – even if you have no tax to … Continue reading The clock is ticking – file online or face the consequences


File online…or pay the price - December 7, 2016
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Taxpayers who have yet to file a tax return for 2015-16 have just a short time left to take action if they want to avoid a financial penalty. If you owe less than £3,000, for the tax year ended 5th April, HMRC will collect tax through your PAYE code. The deadline for submitting your online … Continue reading File online…or pay the price


Beat the Christmas rush – sort out your returns early - November 15, 2016
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No sooner is Bonfire night over and it seems everyone’s thoughts turn to Christmas.The supermarkets are stocked with festive items and the yuletide TV adverts are making an appearance on our screens. Although the month of November is a quiet one for key dates, in terms of NIC, PAYE and Self-Assessment, you can be sure … Continue reading Beat the Christmas rush – sort out your returns early


Tax return deadline is approaching fast - October 25, 2016
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If you prefer to fill out your self-assessment tax return on paper rather than online, you need to be aware that the deadline is rapidly approaching. Paper tax returns for the tax year ending 5 April 2016 need to reach HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) by midnight on Monday, 31 October 2016. Failure to meet … Continue reading Tax return deadline is approaching fast


Key Dates - September 21, 2016
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Following a quiet summer, it is time once again to focus on important tax dates which have a habit of creeping up fast. October has two submission dates that you need to be mindful of so it is worthwhile getting ahead now. The deadline for notifying HMRC of chargeability for Income Tax/Capital Gains Tax for … Continue reading Key Dates


Deadline for P11D and Class 1A returns is approaching - May 24, 2016
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Thankfully June is a relatively quiet month, but don’t be lulled into believing there are no key dates on the horizon, which require your attention… July has two important submission dates you need to be mindful of so it’s well worth getting ahead now, particularly as there are penalties for late filing. The deadline for … Continue reading Deadline for P11D and Class 1A returns is approaching


P60 deadline fast approaching - April 18, 2016
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Employers are reminded that time is ticking away to the date when they need to issue employees with a P60 for the 2015-16 tax year. The last date for providing P60s is 31 May, but as this date falls on a Tuesday, directly after Spring Bank Holiday Monday, it is wise to plan ahead. The … Continue reading P60 deadline fast approaching


What does the Chancellor’s red box hold in store? - March 8, 2016
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As Budget Day draws closer, there is plenty of speculation regarding the Spring Budget. On 16th March, the wait will be over as the Chancellor poses in front of the assembled media, holding the famous red budget box aloft, before making his journey to the House of Commons to deliver his Government’s latest Budget. The … Continue reading What does the Chancellor’s red box hold in store?


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