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Wales ready for tax changes   The Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales take responsibility for some of the taxes paid in Wales in April 2018. Three taxes in Wales are affected by the partial devolvement: Stamp duty land tax; Landfill tax; and Income tax. Land transaction tax (LTT) From 1 April 2018, Land Transaction Tax (LTT) replaces…
Offshore income and the RTC rule HMRC are getting noticeably tougher on those who try to evade tax by hiding their assets or income offshore. They are increasing the size and range of penalties charged, and increasing the number of prosecutions of serious evaders. Broadly, a UK-resident taxpayer has a responsibility to notify HMRC of any taxable offshore income they…
April key tax dates 5 - End of 2017/18 tax year. Last day to use up your annual exemptions for capital gains tax, inheritance tax and ISA's 6 - Start of the 2018/19 tax year 14 - Return and payment of CT61 tax due for quarter to 31 March 2018 19/22 - PAYE/NIC, student loan and CIS deductions due for…
ISA limits update The maximum annual investment limit for Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) will remain at £20,000 for 2018/19 (of which, for eligible investors, £4,000 may be saved in a Lifetime ISA). Although the investment limit is not rising in the new tax year, a couple will still be able to add up to £40,000 to their ISA accounts during…
Tax deductions for family members' wages? Many adults are likely to embrace the offer of help with technology from the younger generation! So where a child is employed in a family business to work on, say, website creation, management and social media, how can the owner make sure that their wages will be tax deductible? The recent case of Nicholson…
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