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Considering capital expenditure?   Businesses considering investing more than £200,000 in plant and machinery could benefit from a change to the capital allowances rules in January 2019, which should allow them to obtain tax relief at an earlier time. Capital allowances are treated as a trading expense of a particular accounting period, so they can potentially increase a loss, or…
Make the most of tax efficient savings offers  As the end of the current tax year approaches, it is worthwhile making a check to ensure that the various tax-efficient savings opportunities have been utilised wherever possible. The following paragraphs highlight some of the areas where savings may be made. ISAs The maximum annual investment limit for Individual Savings Accounts (SAs) will remain…
January key tax dates   1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for the year ended 31 March 2018 14 - Return and payment of CT61 tax due for quarter to 31 December 2018 19/22 - PAYE/NIC, student loan and CIS deductions due for month to 5/1/2019 or quarter 3 of 2018/19 for small employers 31 - Deadline…
Company vans update   A charge to income tax will generally arise if a company van is made available, by reason of the employment, to an employee or to a member of his or her family or household. It must be made available without a transfer of ownership from the employer to the employee. Since 2016/17, when the £8,500 earnings threshold…
December key tax dates 19/22 - PAYE/NIC, student loan and CIS deductions due for month to 5/12/2018 30 - Deadline for 2017/18 self-assessment online returns to be filed if you are an employee and want tax underpaid to be collected by adjustment to your 2019/20 PAYE code (for underpayments of up to £3,000 only) Disclaimer
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