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Should I buy an electric car through my business in 2020?

If you’ve seen our earlier blog on buying cars through your business, our answer is usually NO! However, new rules for electric cars are coming into force in April 2020, making buying an electric car through your business far more attractive! So to understand the current rules around cars and your business, have a read…

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I can’t afford to pay my tax bill, what do I do?

It’s that dreaded time of year again. You have to pay your tax by 31 January, but you can’t afford to pay it. What do you do? We all know (or should know!) when our tax is due for payment, or any big bill actually, but it’s so easy to be left short, and not…

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Do I have to pay tax on my child benefit? 10 tips on the high income child benefit tax charge

You may have heard of people having to pay back child benefit, or having to complete a personal tax return, just because they receive child benefit. Perhaps we’ve asked you about your child benefit because we’re completing your tax return? Child benefit isn’t usually taxable, so today’s blog sets out the when child benefit needs…

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How much tax do you pay if you’re a foster carer?

You’ve made the decision to become a foster carer, but what how much income could you receive, and how much tax¬† do you pay? If you’re still thinking about becoming a foster carer, and you’re in North Wales or the North West of England, we recommend that you talk to 1st Affinity Fostering Service, who…

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Reverse Charge VAT for Construction, do the new rules affect me?

What is it, and when does it take effect? It’s the “Domestic Reverse Charge VAT for Construction Services“, and it’s meant to stamp out missing VAT from the construction industry. It comes into force from 1 October 2019. So not the most fun blog to write, or read for that matter, but it’s important stuff,…

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