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View Have You Planned Efficiently For The 5th April 2019?

Have You Planned Efficiently For The 5th April 2019?

There must be several hundred separate deadlines for UK tax purposes, but the most common is the end of the tax year. In the UK this is 5 April.  Deadly Beginnings Historically, a deadline was a line drawn around a prison. If inmates crossed it, they were shot. This phrase has been extended and is…

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View When Child Benefit Becomes A Liability

When Child Benefit Becomes A Liability

A two parent, two child family can claim £34.40 per week in Child Benefit (CB). In a tax year this adds up to £1,789. As is often the case in life, this becomes just part of the housekeeping and is spent. However, let’s look at Mary, John and their two kids. The child benefit is…

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View A Short Film On Potential Issues In 2018 – 2019 Tax Years

A Short Film On Potential Issues In 2018 – 2019 Tax Years

We’ve put together a short three minute film highlighting some tax issues you may be affected by, and may need to look out for in 2018 to 2019 tax years. Do yourself a favour and grab a cup of tea and check it out. It could save you a lot of money in the long…

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View Let’s Talk About Benefits in Kind

Let’s Talk About Benefits in Kind

This is the time of year that employers and employees deal with the reporting of Benefits in kind. Taxing times indeed… The provision and use of company cars features in many of these returns, both the use of the car, and if provided, the cost of any fuel provided by the employer for private mileage….

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View What To Claim On Your Tax Return

What To Claim On Your Tax Return

When you complete your tax return for 2017-18, make sure you consider the following expenses. Sometimes they are overlooked. Don’t forget to claim these Approved subscriptions you are required to pay to professional organisations. You must have membership to do your job or it’s helpful for your work. You can’t claim tax back on fees…

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View Buying Property Either Side of UK Borders

Buying Property Either Side of UK Borders

Property Borderline Benefits On The Borders Now that Scotland and Wales have their very own stamp duty taxes, buying property in the border areas between Wales and England, and Scotland and England, raises some interesting planning options. Let’s look at Llanymynech. It’s a village that straddles the border between Powys (Wales) and Shropshire (England). The…

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View We’re The Accounting Solution For Large Businesses with £10m Plus Turnover

We’re The Accounting Solution For Large Businesses with £10m Plus Turnover

Here at Bracey’s, nothing pleases us more than helping large businesses maximise their profits. In fact, we like helping all sizes companies and all types of accounting needs. Bespoke Accounting For All Businesses We have a wealth of experience working with large businesses. In fact, we work alongside companies with turnovers in excess of £20m,…

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View Make sure you report Benefits in Kind

Make sure you report Benefits in Kind

HMRC posted a reminder about Benefits in Kind on their website the first day of the new tax year. Examples of these include company cars, health insurance, travel and entertainment expenses, and childcare. The Benefits in Kind reminder Employers need to report all Benefits in Kind (BiKs), including those under the Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRAs), to HMRC on form…

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View Why ticking the Gift Aid box is important

Why ticking the Gift Aid box is important

Tick That Gift Aid Box HMRC have said that charities are missing out on up to £600m a year of funding due to people not ticking Gift Aid box. They said: The research, published today by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), shows that a third of eligible donations made to many of the UK’s 200,000…

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