It comes around almost as fast as Christmas, and here we are again. The 31 January 2018 marks the deadline for filing of the 2016/17 Self-Assessment Tax Return (SATR). Individuals who are required to submit a SATR include, the self-employed and some landlords, investors, company directors, high earners and people who have worked overseas. Those … Continue reading Tax Return Deadline is Approaching
It comes around almost as fast as Christmas, and here we are again. The 31 January 2017 marks the deadline for filing of the 2015/16 Self-Assessment Tax Return (SATR). Individuals who are required to submit a SATR include, the self-employed and some landlords, investors, company directors, high earners and people who have worked overseas. Those … Continue reading Tax Return Deadline is Approaching
For those seasoned Self Assessors the 31 January deadline will be all too familiar. This is when your tax return is due, along with your balancing payment and the first payment on account for the current tax year (if applicable). You may not be so aware, however, of the late payment penalties that are imposed … Continue reading Prevent Late Payment Penalties With A Time To Pay Arrangement
Our Summer 2015 Newsletter is now available: Green & Co - Summer 2015 Newsletter This edition focuses on: 2015 Budget Round-up The Taxing Side of Property New UK GAAP - how it affects your accounts? Tax Round-up Reminders for your Summer Diary
1 April 2015 Payment of corporation tax liabilities for SMEs account period ended 30 June 2014 where payment is not made by instalments. Reduction in main rate of corporation tax to 20%. Small profits rate is abolished except for ring-fence profits. Change to emission thresholds for business cars (zero rate ends). Application to defer Class … Continue reading Deadline Dates – April 2015
Leanne Flanagan, tax senior at Green & Co provides some last-minute tax return advice in an article by Moneywise: “With under a month to go to get your accounts in order, we solve queries about your tax liability if you're self-employed..."
From time to time the Revenue look at different sectors of the economy and focus their attention on making people aware of what their responsibilities are. They are currently looking at the direct selling market. Direct selling is when you sell direct to customers either door - to - door, in the customers home or in … Continue reading HMRC Targeting Direct Selling
Do you have children at home or a low income job? If so, you may qualify for tax credits. Tax credits are non-taxable payments issued by the UK government. The Child Tax Credit may be available to those who are financially responsible for children or young adults living in their home. Those who are employed, but … Continue reading The End of July Is Approaching! Know What You Need to Provide for Your Tax Credits Application