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Effective tax planning is essential if you are to minimise your tax bills. Simple tax planning can significantly reduce your tax liabilities.
The self-assessment tax return is an unavoidable burden if you are liable for self-employed tax or have complicated income tax affairs.
Corporation tax is charged on a company's profits. If you trade as a limited company, ensure that paying this tax is as painless as possible.
National Insurance Contributions (NICs) are payable whether you are self-employed or employed by your own company, although different rates apply.
As well as your legal obligations, you’ll want to ensure that payroll is painless and that you use any opportunities to improve your tax-efficiency.
Effective VAT planning aims to ensure that VAT is relatively painless, and that you are reclaiming as much as possible of the VAT you pay.
Capital gains are made when you sell something for more money than you paid for it. As a result, you can be subject to tax. Take professional advice.
Business property taxes apply to businesses with commercial premises.There are two commercial property taxes: business rates and stamp duty land tax.
If you have tax problems or face a tax investigation, it pays to seek professional advice and you must act rather than just hoping for the best.
The rate of income tax payable depends on age, marital status, earnings or savings income level beyond an initial tax-free allowance.
Almost all non-domestic properties are liable to business rates with a few exemptions. This video from the Valuation Office Agency explains.
Effective business tax planning relies on understanding what taxes apply — and how to minimise them. You need to look not only at business taxes, but
If you think you paid too much tax in a previous tax year, use this HMRC tool to claim a tax rebate.
Use this HMRC tool to find out how to claim a National Insurance rebate.
Sole traders must register with HM Revenue and Customs when they start trading. Use this Tool to register your new business with HMRC.
Paying National Insurance contributions entitles you to certain state benefits such as a state pension. Check if you have enough years to qualify.
You should receive a National Insurance number when you reach 16. If you have lost or did not receive yours find out how you can track it down.
VAT-registered businesses charge VAT on sales of goods and services. Use this tool to find the correct VAT rate you must charge and pay to HMRC.
Use this Tool to find out how you can pay any VAT owing to HM Revenue & Customs.
Self-employed people can claim certain expenses. Use this e-learning guide to find out which expenses are allowable when filing your tax return.
Handy infographic featuring all the key dates you need to know for filing returns and paperwork with HM Revenue & Customs and Companies House
The Employment Allowance reduces the amount of employer’s Class 1 NICs payable. Find out how it works, who qualifies and how to claim.
The deadlines for registering for self assessment, filing your self assessment tax return and paying any self assessment tax you owe
The rules on the taxation of dividend income have changed. Use this HM Revenue & Customs guide to find out how you are affected.
Tax penalties can be incurred if you make careless errors, while deliberate tax evasion or fraud can be treated severely - so avoid penalties.
Tax issues are complex. Serious tax investigations are likely if HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) suspects your tax returns are inaccurate.
You need to ensure you are complying with any sector tax obligations. At the same time, there may be opportunities to reduce your tax costs.
Stamp duty, capital gains tax and other tax considerations can be important elements of a corporate finance transaction. Tax planning is key.