Annual tax returns for dentists

Annual tax returns for dentists
If you run your own dental practice then you are considered to be self-employed and therefore have to complete annual tax returns forms for the previous tax year. The deadline for the most recent tax year passed at the end of January, but it is worth planning ahead to make sure that you are prepared for the next tax return deadlines to ensure that you don't incur any late penalties.
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How HMRC deal with high net worth individuals.

How HMRC deal with high net worth individuals.
Tax can be complicated for any business or individual. Imagine how much more complicated it gets when you're dealing with several millions of pounds worth of capital. As the tax affairs of those individuals with this kind of net worth can be so complex, HMRC has its own division for handling their taxes.
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Personal Tax Planning – Part 2

Personal Tax Planning – Part 2
Last week we looked at three strategies that would help you with your personal tax planning, these were: Selling Assets by 5 April, Making gifts, Second Homes, pensions and tax efficient investments.

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Personal Tax Planning – Part 1

Personal Tax Planning – Part 1
We want to share with you over the next few weeks a number of strategies, which we think may help you with your tax planning.  We are splitting this blog into two parts so that it gives you time to work on a few of the strategies at a time.

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Changes to research and development tax relief claims

Changes to research and development tax relief claims
If your company pays corporation tax, then you may be able to save money on your taxes by claiming research & development tax relief. All Limited companies must pay corporation tax, but if you are unsure, then you can read our corporation tax blog to find out more.
 
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