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A Check List For GDPR In 2018

You Have To Comply With GDPR As of 25 May 2018, businesses that store the personal data of staff, customers, suppliers and business contacts has needed to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Basically, you will need to know what personal data you keep, where you keep it, who you share it with…

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Tax Return Submitting Rules

When it comes to Tax Return rules, you probably asking one thing. Should you or shouldn’t you? Well, we’ll give you some tax return advice. According to HMRC, you are required to send in a tax return in the last tax year if: you were self-employed – you can deduct allowable expenses you got £2,500 or…

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View Company Capital Gains Relief Is Frozen

Company Capital Gains Relief Is Frozen

Before the Autumn Budget, the capital gains tax (CGT) calculations of companies included a relief called the indexation allowance. Basically, this allowed a company to increase the acquisition cost of an asset by the annual rate of inflation. Without this relief, any CGT payable on the sale of the asset would increase. Instead of deducting…

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First Time Buyer Bonanza

HMRC have laid out the detail of their budget plans to support first time home buyers in their quest to buy their first home. There are fears that this strategy will simply drive up prices as demand is stimulated, and that this will replace stamp duty savings with house prices that once again move beyond…

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Beware Of Child Benefit Tax Trap

A family claiming the weekly Child Benefit (currently, £20.70 a week for eldest or only child and £13.70 a week for additional children) may get an unwelcome tax bill if either parents’ income exceeds £50,000 during a tax year. A tax charge was introduced a number of years ago, known as the ‘High Income Child…

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Options For People With Debt Issues

The government are considering plans to offer people with serious debt issues time to consider their options. They are seeking views to develop a way to provide individuals in debt with up to six weeks free from further interest, charges and enforcement action. This period would give those affected time to act by seeking financial advice about…

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View Is a £662 Tax Rebate Owed To You?

Is a £662 Tax Rebate Owed To You?

You may be missing out on a tax rebate. If one party to a marriage or civil partnership has earnings below the personal tax allowance (£11,500 for 2017-18) and their spouse does not pay tax at the higher 40% rate, then they should be claiming the Marriage Allowance. For 2017-18 this tax break is worth…

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View Gazumping On Property Could Become A Thing Of The Past

Gazumping On Property Could Become A Thing Of The Past

The government seems to be taking steps to streamline the process of buying and selling property. In particular, they are seeking views on ending the practice known as gazumping: where an offer can be accepted and then disregarded when a higher offer is received. In many countries this is illegal, once an offer is accepted…

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Avoiding Property Fraud

Since September 2009, HM Land Registry has prevented 254 fraudulent applications being registered and we’re going to tell you how to avoid property fraud. The most common property fraud is when someone pretends to be you and mortgages or even sells your property without your knowledge. A simple and cost-effective way to counter this activity is…

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