Before we get into the thick of things in regards to VAT charged on mixed property, let’s find out what a mixed property is. Going by the legal definition in accordance to the UK laws, a property that has both residential as well as non-residential elements in it can be termed as a mixed property. … Continue reading A Brief Account of VAT charged on a Mixed Property in the UK
When you dispose of your residential property, you will accumulate a capital gains tax (CGT) on it. But you can get exemption from the same partially or fully with the private residence relief (PRR) and today we will discuss how. We will also discuss what affect the application of these instruments and whether any exceptions … Continue reading How Private Residence Relief Can Exempt The Capital Gains Tax?
Business runners are often in a dilemma about using their company cars. They are often concerned about the HMRC tax payable on the use of the company car. However, there are clauses that will help them get some exception. And it is the responsibility of the professional tax advisors and accountants to guide their clients … Continue reading Role of an Accountant in Helping Clients Reduce HMRC Tax on Company Car
Thanks to the new Off-Payroll working rules, often referred to as the New Rules, which have come into effect on and from 6th April 2021, the professional accountants have their tasks cut out. They have the responsibility of guiding their clients to make the most of the new rules. Here is where, probably the advantage … Continue reading Roles & Responsibilities of Professional Accountants in Regards to New Pay-off Working Rules
The economy in the UK is down to its knees because of the pandemic! There’s no doubt about it. However, it is perhaps high time to admit that the statement does not tell the entire story. It is a preamble of the things to come. Indeed, the full impact of this pandemic is yet to … Continue reading Covid-19 and its Effect on Business Accounting – Instant Actions to Weather the Storm
The economic scenario of the UK has suffered a terrible set back due to COVID 19 pandemic, akin to the rest of the world. As we write this page, the total number of COVID positive cases in the UK stands to the tune of 2,88,000 with 44,650 deaths being registered to date. While this the … Continue reading How does UK Government-sponsored CCFF Help Accountants During the Pandemic Period
THE INCOME TAX ALLOWANCE BETWEEN THE 2019-20 & 2020-21 ARE AS FOLLOWS Personal allowance: £12,500 (for 2020-21) similar to 2019-20. But this allowance was reduced by £1 for every £2 income from £100,000 to £125,000. Personal allowance income limit; £100,000 (consistent with 2019-20) Basic rate tax payer- £1000 (for 2020-21 & 2019-20) Higher rate tax … Continue reading Tax Rates & Bands Card for 2020-21- A Discussion!