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Tax Q&A: Construction Industry Scheme and position for buy-to-let
Many buy-to-let landlords may have never heard of the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) or have assumed they might need to register for it.
Reduction in overall rate of Income Tax would not help
Reports that the Government may reduce the overall rate of Income Tax by 1p does nothing to help the current cost of living crisis.
Employees who claimed home office tax relief during the pandemic could end up paying more tax this year
Employees who have claimed for “Home Office Relief” should review their tax code to clarify whether HMRC have included the relief within their notice
Tax Q&A: Property and partners
Taxation of income from property can be complex, particularly when owned by a couple. Here, Robert Salter breaks down how it works.
Where is the support for businesses and employees?
Robert Salter, Director at Blick Rothenberg believes the Government decision to opt for ‘plan B’ in the face of the Omicron variant is not surprising.
Christmas and the Tax Inspector Grinch…
Giving Christmas presents to staff might incur extra tax
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.
Train and Underground Strikes – Can employers help employees get into work?
With unions having gone ahead with planned industrial action this week, many employers are wondering what support they can provide employees.
Government’s new Fuel Allowance provides Holiday Homeowners with a Double Win
Wealthy Households with holiday homes in the UK or a pied-a-terre in London, will qualify for the £400 fuel allowance on each property.
Late filing by taxpayers gives Government a £95m boost – £25m more than last year
HMRC’s official records indicate that 958,000 missed the recent 31 January deadline for filing their self-assessment tax returns
Public sector pay rises may bring extra tax bills and cause civil servants to retire early
Public sector pay rises could have unforeseen surprises for higher-paid employees in the public sector.