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  • What happens if your business is ‘chosen’ for an HMRC enquiry?

    What happens if your business is ‘chosen’ for an HMRC enquiry?

    HMRC has the power to enquire into any return and request any information to establish whether that return is correct. No reasons need be given and invariably will not be disclosed. 

  • Claim tax relief for additional costs of working from home.

    Claim tax relief for additional costs of working from home

    During the Covid-19 pandemic, the advice was ‘work from home if you can’. As a result, millions of employees found themselves working at home.

  • Expenses and benefit returns for 2020/21.

    Expenses and benefit returns for 2020/21

    Expenses and benefits returns P11D and P11D(b) for 2020/21 need to be filed by 6 July 2021. Meeting this deadline is important as penalties may be charged for returns that are filed late.

  • No retained profits – Can you extract cash to cover your living expenses?.

    No retained profits – Can you extract cash to cover your living expenses?

    If you operate through a limited company, for example as a personal or family company, you will need to extract funds from your company in order to use them to meet your personal bills.    

  • Freezing of allowances and thresholds.

    Freezing of allowances and thresholds

    To help meet some of the costs incurred in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chancellor announced in his 2021 Budget that a number of allowances and thresholds will remain at their 2021/22 levels until 6 April 2026. 

  • Reporting expenses and benefits for 2020/21.

    Reporting expenses and benefits for 2020/21

    Employers who provided taxable expenses and benefits to employees during the 2020/21 tax year will need to report these to HMRC, on form P11D by 6 July 2021.

  • Dissolving a partnership .

    Dissolving a partnership

    A partnership can be either an ordinary partnership or a limited liability partnership (LLP).

  • CIS compliance for property developers.

    CIS compliance for property developers

    The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is a scheme whereby contractors of building firms are required to deduct tax at source from payments made to sub-contractors working for them    

  • Running a car on the company - Benefit in kind, car allowance, company fuel cards.

    Running a car on the company - Benefit in kind, car allowance, company fuel cards

    Despite successive Governments changing the rules to increase the tax take, the provision of company cars remains one of the more popular benefits an employer can give to an employee. 

  • Take advantage of the enhanced carry back of losses.

    Take advantage of the enhanced carry back of losses

    Many businesses have suffered losses as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and where a business has made a loss, various options are available to obtain relief for that loss. The challenge is to make the best use of the loss.

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