self-assessment

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“I do do do” to Marriage Allowance

If you are married or in a civil partnership, you and your partner may be eligible for the tax-free break known as marriage allowance, and if your claim is backdated, you may take home a lump sum of up to £900. This tax year (2018/2019), the allowance allows the transfer of £1,190 from a low-earner’s … Continue reading

Making Tax Digital is almost here

Making Tax Digital for Business (MTDfB) starts 01 April 2019 for VAT-registered businesses over the VAT threshhold, and from 01 April 2020 for all others. To get my clients ready – whether mandated to submit tax returns in 2019 or later – I will be test-driving various software from the published list of approved providers … Continue reading

A small blow to Individuals – Self Assessment

From 13 January 2018, HMRC will stop accepting payments by personal credit card. This means you need to have the money in your bank account to cover your dues if relying on the Jan 31 deadline. On one hand, it’s a good move since credit card interest is much higher than what HMRC imposes for … Continue reading

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