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Working from home   Over recent years, it has become increasingly popular for employers to allow their employees to work from home, and in doing so, pay an amount to cover any additional household costs incurred. What are the tax implications of such expenses for the employee? Broadly, no tax liability will arise where an employer makes a payment to…
July key tax dates   5 - Deadline for PAYE settlement agreement for 2016/17 6 - Deadline for 2016/17 forms P11D and P11D(b) to be submitted and copies of P11D to be issued to relevant employees Deadline for employers to report share incentives for 2016/17 - form 42 14 - Return and Payment of CT61 tax due for quarter to…
Brexit legislation update The House of Commons Library has published two research briefing papers entitled Brexit timeline: events leading to the UK's exit from the European Union and Legislating for Brexit: the Great Repeal Bill. The Brexit timeline paper provides a timeline of the major events leading up to the referendum and subsequent dates of note, looking ahead to expected…
CGT annual exemption: use it or lose it! Capital gains tax (CGT) is normally paid when an item is either sold or given away. It is usually paid on profits made by selling various types of assets including properties (but generally not a main residence), stocks and shares, paintings, and other works of art, but it may also be payable…
Reform of landlords' taxation? The government's plans to allow landlords to use the cash basis for tax purposes were confirmed in the 2017 Spring Budget, but although the proposed legislation was included in Finance Bill 2017, it did not appear in the much reduced Finance Act 2017, which received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017. It is likely that the…
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