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What is Capital Gains Tax in the UK?

What is Capital Gain Tax in the UK?

What is Capital Gains Tax in the UK? Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax charge realised on the gains from selling something you own. …

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Tips For Using an Umbrella Company

Tips For Using an Umbrella Company

What is an umbrella company? An umbrella company is a separate organisation that acts as an employer for the contractors working on fixed-term contracts. It …

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What Is a Director's Loan and How Does It Work?

What Is a Director’s Loan and How Does It Work?

A Director’s Loan, and Who can take it? A director’s loan is when the director withdraws money from the Company for his personal needs. This …

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Proposed change of accounting period for unincorporated businesses

Proposed change of accounting period for unincorporated businesses

Are you self-employed? Or a partner in a trade partnership? Proposed changes to the accounting period for unincorporated businesses starting 2023/24 – could mean paying your tax to HMRC earlier than usual.
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HMRC's new penalty regime

Getting ready for HMRC’s new penalty regime

Did you know that HMRC’s penalty regime is about to change? Get ready for the new points-based scheme and avoid penalty fines.
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find out if contract is inside or outside ir35

How to find out if your contract is inside or outside IR35?

What is IR35? IR35 is tax legislation that helps HMRC tackle a type of tax avoidance scheme by individuals commonly known as the “disguised employees.” …

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