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HMRC error means self-employed workers could lose out on state pension

10.06.2024
The Marketing Team
Tax, Financial Planning
2 min read

An HMRC error could mean that some low-income, self-employed workers lose out on their entitlement to National Insurance-related benefits like the state pension, warns the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG).

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Advisory fuel rates for company cars

10.06.2024
Brian Floringer
Tax, News
1 min read

New company car advisory fuel rates have been published and took effect from 1 June 2024.

Shaun Davison

When there’s no benefit to child benefit

09.05.2024
Shaun Davison
Tax
4 min read

The Spring Budget included an announcement that the threshold for the High Income Child Benefit Charge will increase to £60,000 from 6 April 2024.

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IR35 reforms taking their toll on skilled contractors

09.05.2024
The Marketing Team
Tax
2 min read

One in ten highly skilled freelancers are currently out of work due to the impact of reforms to IR35 tax legislation, according to research published by the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE).

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HMRC clarifies tax rules for WFH commuting

09.05.2024
The Marketing Team
Tax
2 min read

HMRC has updated guidance on when tax relief is available on travel expenses for staff who work from home.

Sam Palmer, Manager for Lovewell Blake

R&D: HMRC Tax Compliance Checks and Enquiries

01.05.2024
Sam Palmer
Tax
2 min read

As the number of companies benefiting from the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit system has grown, so have HMRC's efforts to prevent erroneous claims.

Nathan Bowden, Manager for Lovewell Blake

Pay your tax early!

08.04.2024
Nathan Bowden
Tax
2 min read

For many companies the idea of paying tax is unpleasant let alone paying tax before it is due, however doing so could mean that you actually receive a payment from the Government by way of interest.

Kevin Bunting, Partner for Lovewell Blake

Removal of the remittance basis from April 2025 (often confused with ‘non-dom’ tax status)

08.03.2024
Kevin Bunting
Tax
3 min read

I’ll start by putting a myth to bed – the term ‘non-dom’ remains because the concept originates from a taxpayers (and their parents) place of birth. Whilst a Chancellor has many powers he can’t change the origin of somebody’s birth!

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