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June 2, 2024

What do HMRC’s change to the basis period rules mean

Robert Salter explains the changing rules around basis periods businesses use for their reporting for tax purposes.
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March 1, 2024

HMRC’s IR35 must go for the sake of the UK economy

HMRC’s IR35 regulations are unfair and creates a ‘double whammy’ for self-employed individuals.
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January 31, 2022

The tax filing deadline may have been extended, but taxpayers should pay today

Taxpayers should pay HM Revenue & Customs and file their tax return today (31 January), despite the deadline being extended advises Robert Salter.
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April 2, 2024

Workers who are paid weekly could face a 2023-2024 tax liability

Workers who are paid on a weekly basis may face a tax liability when the Revenue reviews their tax position after the 5th of April 2024.
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June 2, 2024

Tax for social media influencers

Social media influencers are a relatively recent development, as is HMRC’s tax treatment of them. Robert Salter explains the basics.
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Child Benefit
April 8, 2024

Taxpayers with eligible children should pro-actively register for child benefit

This is particularly relevant for those families who ceased to claim the child benefit in previous tax years because of the child benefit clawback.
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October 26, 2023

Spotlight on… Reclaiming NICs on company car allowances

Robert Salter looks at employer eligibility around reclaiming National Insurance Contributions (NICs) on company car allowances.
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March 7, 2024

Spring Budget 2024: High Income Child Benefit Charge and National Insurance

Robert Salter shares his views on the Child Benefit claw-back and National Insurance Contribution changes announced by the Chancellor.
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January 5, 2022

Are business lunches tax-free for employees?

Employers need to have a far greater understanding of when employees can or cannot claim for business lunches, writes Director Robert Salter.
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August 9, 2023

HMRC increases the interest charged on late payments

HMRC have increased the interest rates payable by taxpayers on late payments, to 7.75% – up from 7.5%.
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April 29, 2024

Spotlight on… Mandatory Payrolling of Benefits – Double tax in 2026-27

If you provide benefits to your employees and are not currently using the payrolling mechanism they will be adversely affected.
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March 18, 2024

Employees held back by Government’s refusal to allow tax relief on self-funded training and development

Employees held back by Government’s refusal to allow tax relief on self-funded training and development.
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