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  • Give yourself a CGT MOT


    08.08.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg advises on a scenario regarding payment of capital gains tax.

    Source: The Investors Chronicle
  • Keep the taxman happy or add £1,300 to your bill


    27.07.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, comments on the up-coming due date for second payments on account towards the current year's liability: "Payments on account are an advance payment of tax, based on your liability for the previous year. If you think your tax liability for 2013-14 won't be as high as last year, you can make a claim to HMRC to reduce the payments."

    Source: The Sunday Times
  • SDLT and VAT drive increase in tax receipts


    23.07.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenerg, comments on the latest HMRC figures.

  • Can I use inherited Premium Bonds to pay my inheritance tax bill?


    16.07.14

    Mai Brown, director at Blick Rothenberg gives advice to a reader on inheritence tax payments.

  • Student jobseekers get the summertime blues


    13.07.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, clarifies the tax rules surrounding student income: "Previously, students who earned less than the annual personal allowance could submit a claim to HMRC and their employer would not be required to deduct tax from their earnings. However, with the introduction of real-time information [RTI] in April 2013, that claim is no longer available."

    "The RTI system should apply the correct tax deduction taking into account annual income and personal allowance. However, RTI has had its problems and where a students' earnings fluctuate throughout the year or they have more than one job, the incorrect amount of tax may be deducted." 

    Source: The Sunday Times
  • We solve your money problems


    13.07.14

    Mai Brown, Director at Blick Rothenberg, gives advice to a reader regarding inheritence tax payments.

    Source: The Sunday Telegraph
  • How to maximise your buy-to-let profits


    08.07.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, gives advice to landlords when using an accountant for the preparation of self-assessment tax returns.

  • How landlords can make buy-to-let more tax efficient


    06.07.14

    Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, explains why you should always keep receipts and proof of payments if an accountant prepares your self-assessment tax return. He comments: "If HMRC decides to raise an inquiry it will want to see written proof of all the costs you have claimed for."

    Source: The Sunday Telegraph
  • Sold: more than one million UK properties


    03.07.14

    Frank Nash, partner at Blick Rothenberg, comments on the latest HMRC statistics which show that one in every twenty properties have changed hands during the past year. He says: "The 2011 Census showed there were 23.4 million homes in the UK, which meant around five percent of all properties have changed hands in the last year. Therefore, one in every twenty houses on a street would have a 'for sale/sold' sign."

    Source: The Tamworth Herald
  • Property tax boosts HMRC coffers


    01.07.14

    After the latest HMRC Property Transactions statistics show an increase in both residential and non-residential transactions, Frank Nash, partner at Blick Rothenberg, comments: "The HMRC statistics showed an extraordinary rise in NIC and SDLT revenues, which in the last quarter alone were £680m more (41% higher) than that of the same three month period in 2013."

    Source: Property DRUM
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