Just a quick note to let you all know that HMRC will be introducing new tax codes for the 2013 - 2014 tax year. This will be affective from 6th April 2013. For basic rate tax payers, we will now… Read more...
This is not the usual post for this blog but I just wanted to share a few thoughts about my page admin experience. Other SME Facebook admins may agree with what I am saying. Bettertax has had a facebook page… Read more...
Our very first blog on the subject of tax code changes, is still as relevant today as it was then. HMRC take it upon themselves to revise your tax code based on the tax return completed from previous years' information.… Read more...
Last year I wrote about this most auspicious of occassions, HMRC tax deadline day for paper tax returns.     As always, if you choose to file a paper tax return, you must make sure it is on HMRC's desk… Read more...
Imitation is not always the best form of flattery! Although we have been aware of the existence of a company using a trading name very silimar (if not identical) to ours, because it didn't seem to be an active company,… Read more...
The simple answer to this is: YES! It's still very surprising how many PAYE tradesmen aren't aware that very often they are due a tax refund.     There are a number of criteria to consider when gauging the eligibilty… Read more...
Your employment status, within the construction industry, can often be very confusing, deciding whether you should be classified as CIS (self- employed) or PAYE (an employee). When being hired, it should be made quite clear to you what your terms… Read more...
      There have been some concerns over recent letters from HMRC changing tax codes from the basic 747L to the new basic code, 810L.   This change is absolutely ok and reflects the change to the amount of… Read more...
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