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Post Pandemic Residency Review

It is being widely reported in the press that HMRC are targeting individuals that have claimed non-resident status for UK tax purposes during the Covid-19 pandemic.As we well know the pandemic caused ...

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Covid, Unplanned UK Residence and International Remote Working – The Story so Far

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HMRC issues damning impact statement on the new Health and Social Care taxes

Further to the government’s announcement on 7 September 2021 HMRC have now released their less than positive impact statement on the 1.25% NICs increase.

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Prime Minister announces dividend and NICs tax rate increase

Boris Johnson has today announced a 1.25% health and social care tax across the UK to help the NHS recover from the Covid pandemic. This will initially be collected via a 1.25% rise in National ...

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Some of us remember the first time they scurried along to the dusty stamp office and hesitantly asked a gruff Inland Revenue officer to put wax stamps onto a form and then ran back to the their ...

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A UK wealth tax?

The fact that the possibility, however remote, of a Conservative government introducing a one-off wealth tax is being discussed shows just how hard the UK’s economy has been hit by the coronavirus ...

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Autumn Budget Cancelled

It was announced yesterday evening (23 September 2020) that the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has cancelled plans for a Budget this Autumn.

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Mini-Budget Introduces Immediate Measures to Boost the UK’s “Post-Covid 19 Economy”

The Chancellor has today introduced new financial measures in a mini-budget aimed squarely at creating job placements for the young, retaining and saving jobs for the those who have been furloughed, ...

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Coronavirus extension granted to claim 3% SDLT relief on replacement of main home

When purchasing a second home, owners are compelled to pay an additional 3% stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on top of the normal SDLT rates applicable to their homes. If however, the second property ...

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Coronavirus is a “reasonable excuse” for failing to meet tax obligations

HMRC has updated their guidance to include Coronavirus in the list what constitutes a “reasonable excuse” for failing to meet certain tax obligations. Such reasonable excuses can be used to appeal a ...

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