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Self-billing Change The procedure of 'self-billing' is frequently used in the publishing and construction sectors, where a large business customer engages lots of smaller businesses as suppliers (eg authors or subcontractors). The customer issues self-billed invoices on behalf of the small suppliers, usually with the payment to each supplier. If you are operating self-billing you must comply with the conditions…
Resurfacing - Repairs or Capital? Any business owner whose property includes a road, driveway, or parking area, will have to repair those surfaces at some point. The question is whether to charge the costs to 'repairs' or to 'capital improvements' in the accounts. This decision has significant tax consequences, as the cost of repairs will qualify for a tax deduction,…
New ATED Charge The annual tax on enveloped dwellings (ATED) came into effect on 1 April 2013. This new tax applies to residential properties in the UK worth over £2 million, which are owned by a non-natural person, such as a company, trust or partnership that includes a company as a member. The value of the residential property is measured…
Pension Lifetime Allowance The Government want us to save enough so we can each draw an adequate pension in retirement, but if you save too much you will be stung with a 55% tax charge when you draw your pension. The boundary between 'enough' and 'too much' savings is set in law by the lifetime allowance, which is a value…
September Key Tax Dates 19/22 - PAYE/NIC, and CIS deductions due for month to 5/9/2013 30 - Closing date to claim Small Business Rate Relief for 2012/13 in England
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