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The deadline to register for self-assessment tax returns for 2017/18 where you have not already registered is today Friday, 5 October
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Distributions in a winding up TAAR: HMRC Guidance updated.
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Class 2 NIC - Philip Hammond U-turns on tax cut, leaving 3.4 million worse off.
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HMRC issue "no deal" technical notices covering VAT on goods and services supplied between the UK and EU (imports, exports, Distance Selling), TOMS, MOSS and cross-border VAT refunds.
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HMRC increases late payment interest rates - 3.25% from 21 August 2018
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Changes to the taxation of termination payments
From 6 April 2018, the Government introduced a series of legislative reforms to termination payments. All payments in lieu of notice are now chargeable to income tax and Class 1 National Insurance Contributions (NICs), whether or not they are contractual payments. Employers are required to calculate the “post-employment notice pay” (PENP) which represents the amount of basic pay an employee would have received if they had worked their notice in full. The PENP is taxable as earnings and subject to income tax and NICs.
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Autumn Budget 2017: Income Tax Charge and Rates 2018 to 2019: For the tax year 2017/2018 the personal allowance for an individual is £11,500 and the basic rate tax limit is £33,500. The additional higher rate is 45% on income over £150,000 and the saving rate is £5,000. It was announced that the personal allowance for individuals will be increased to £11,850 with the basic rate band being increased to £46,350, with effect from 6 April 2018.
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Autumn Budget 2017: No SDLT for first time buyers purchasing a home with a value up to £300,000
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Autumn Budget 2017: VAT registration threshold frozen at £85,000
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Autumn Budget 2017: Non-resident companies to pay corporation tax from April 2020 on UK rental income
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