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This Month's Tax Tips and News

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May 2022

  • Latest News round-up

    New Class 2 NIC rules - make sure you don't miss out on your state pension. One of the more welcome measures in the Chancellor's Spring Budget was the alignment of the National Insurance...

  • PAYE Tax Coding - is your Code right?

    Many employed taxpayers receive their wage slips at the end of every week/month and assume that the figures are correct - that the Code being used is correct. As a result, taxpayers may not realize...

  • 'Higher earner'- should you claim child benefit?

    The 'High Income Child Benefit Charge' applies to an individual with income over £50,000 where either they or their partner received child benefit in the tax year or someone else...

  • Let property - Claiming the full amount of mortgage interest tax relief

    Personal landlords with mortgages or loans on residential lets will be aware of the restriction on the amount of tax credit relief that can be claimed on interest paid. Usually, this amount is 20% of...

  • May Questions and Answers

    Q. I am the director of my own company incorporated 15 months ago. The business has expanded such that I have taken on a bookkeeper. Whilst preparing the information required to give to my accountant...

  • May Key tax dates

    1 - Submission of Annual accounts to Companies House and payment of Corporation Tax for accounting periods ending 31 July 2021 ...

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