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This Month's Tax Tips and News

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September 2021

  • Latest news round-up

    September is the final month of the furlough scheme, subject to any last-minute extension. Employers will need to top up the government's contribution, which is now 60% of wages (up to a maximum...

  • Loss relief for companies ceasing a trade

    Companies are able to relieve losses for tax purposes, subject to certain restrictions. These restrictions have been relaxed slightly in recent years, e.g. allowing companies to claim trading losses...

  • HMRC enquiries: is it in time?

    The self-assessment system includes the right for HMRC to make enquiries to ensure the correct amount of tax is collected. However, these rights and the underlying time limits etc. are often a source...

  • Inheritance tax - why giving away money can mean more for the beneficiaries

    In most cases, it doesn't make sense to simply give away money to save tax during a person's lifetime. For example, a higher rate taxpayer can claim tax relief to offset their income tax...

  • September Questions and Answers

    Q. I am an IT consultant that has just returned from Jersey where I was undertaking some work for the government. I want to raise my invoice now, but don't know whether to add VAT or not...

  • September Key tax dates

    1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for accounting periods ending 30 November 2020 ...

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