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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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Cars on road
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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Club Sandwhich and fries
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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Woman completing paperwork
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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Christmas workation
December 18, 2023

Allowing staff to have a Christmas Workation

With the growth of hybrid and remote working many employers may be getting requests from their staff to have a ‘workation’ this festive period.
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June 14, 2023

Government Earnings Threshold change will result in taxpayers overpaying

The move to take people out of self-assessment is designed to help HMRC manage their workload and nothing to do with tax simplification.
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September 18, 2023

Government relies on stealth tax from business motorists

Government policy punishes business motorists.
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Credit Card
August 14, 2023

Scottish Civil Service expense claims

The publicity around Scottish Civil Service expense claims should not be used by employers as a reason to stop using corporate credit cards.
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July 20, 2023

The freezing of tax rate bands means that increasing numbers of taxpayers are liable to tax at 40%

More taxpayers who make private pension contributions into a UK pension scheme each year may be losing out on the tax relief they are entitled to.
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July 21, 2023

HMRC plan will cause even more disruption and may cause taxpayers to delay in sending their returns

If the Government is serious about making Britain an attractive place to do business, HMRC should be properly funded.
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Club Sandwhich and fries
June 27, 2022

Spotlight on… Are business lunches tax-free for employees?

Director Robert Salter looks at the need for employers to have greater understanding of when employees can or cannot claim for business lunches.
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Cambridge University, UK
October 25, 2023

Universities and Colleges International Employment Tax Issues

Foreign social security offices are becoming increasingly aware of the issues arising from international cross-border workers.
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