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Exposing the 60% income tax rate
Although it’s commonly thought that the highest UK Income Tax rate is 45%, there’s a quirk in the system which…
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Decrypting cryptoassets – the UK personal tax implications
The values of these assets have seen astronomical growth, which has led to some individuals making significant…
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Gift Aid – How giving to charity can reduce your tax bill
Donating to your favourite charities can have a feel good effect but did you know that your generosity could also…
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Where is my cryptocurrency?
In this article we examine HM Revenue and Customs guidance regarding the location of cryptocurrencies for tax purposes…
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11 March 2020
Spring Budget 2020: Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge for non-UK residents to go ahead
Non-UK residents purchasing residential property in England and Northern Ireland, read on …
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The effects of COVID-19 on UK tax residency
One consequence of the restrictions on movement throughout the pandemic has been the effect it has had on the tax…
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Beware of the tax bite on waiving salary and dividends
If you’re a senior employee or shareholder and are considering waiving your salary and dividends, it’s crucial you…
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EIS and SEIS schemes - generous tax reliefs for investors
The EIS and SEIS schemes are government incentives designed to encourage investment in early-stage or start up, small…
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18 March 2022
Planning to minimise your 2021/22 UK tax bill
The 2021/22 UK tax year ends on 5 April 2022, and there are a number of things you can do to ensure that your tax bill…
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3 March 2021
Spring Budget 2021: Tax and National Insurance relief for home-office expenses
As many office-based employees approach the new 2021/22 tax year while still working from home, the government has…
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23 March 2021
Tax Day 2021: What individuals need to know
Tax Day on 23 March 2021 was a new date for the financial calendar this year, when the government announced its plan to…
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12 May 2022
Working from home overseas – the tax, social security and payroll considerations
Here’s the key considerations to be aware of and how to remain compliant.…
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