What to do if you come under tax investigations

What to do if you come under tax investigations
When you come under investigation from HMRC regarding your tax affairs, you will receive a letter from them, probably requesting certain records from you. This can be a frightening and worrying notice to receive. If and when this occurs, it is advisable to contact your accountant or another tax specialist, as handling the situation on your own could end up making things worse and with you having to pay more. As tax can be very complicated, it is better to let someone with experience in handling tax investigations help solve your problems.
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Stamp Duty and the 2015 Autumn Statement

Stamp Duty and the 2015 Autumn Statement
In last month's Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osbourne announced further changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax, after changes were initially announced in 2014's Autumn Statement. Here's a quick rundown of Stamp Duty, the newly proposed changes, and how they might affect you.
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Giving Christmas bonuses to your staff

Giving Christmas bonuses to your staff
Christmas is almost here and it's a season of goodwill and giving. You may be thinking about how you can reward your employees for all of their hard work at the end of the year. Christmas gifts and/or bonuses are a great way to make your employees know that you value them, but there are certain rules that you need to take into consideration.
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New dividend tax rules explained

New dividend tax rules explained
In this year’s Summer Budget, Chancellor George Osbourne announced significant changes to dividend tax. Let us explain what these changes are and how they might affect you.
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Be prepared for the self assessment tax return deadline

Be prepared for the self assessment tax return deadline
With the deadline for submitting paper tax returns passing on 31st October, business owners and anyone else who needs to submit a self assessment tax return should be planning ahead for the final online submissions deadline of midnight on 31st January, 2016.

Last year, HMRC revealed that 1,773 people submitted their online tax returns on Christmas day! We don’t want you to be in that position, so this blog will help you get prepared for the deadline well in advance, so that you can enjoy your Christmas.
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