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Tax Diary January 2020

These are the important tax dates for your diary this month. 

Time is running out for tax planning 2019-20

A reminder that in just a few months the present tax year closes, 5 April 2020. After this date, a whole raft of 2019-20 tax planning options for individuals will cease to be available. These cover a multitude of opportunities to reduce your liability to Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and National Insurance.

Four methods to reduce your IHT liabilities

Dubbed ‘the most hated tax in the UK’, inheritance tax (IHT) is a tax paid by a person who inherits money, property or any form of possessions from a person who is deceased. The government earned more than £5bn in 2018 from IHT. 

Working after State Pension age

It is fine to keep working past your State Retirement Age unless your employment is subject to retirement at a compulsory retirement age.

Tax Diary October 2019

Here are the impotant dates for this October:

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

What will be in the Budget on 22 November?

Philip Hammond will present his second Budget on 22 November. What principles will guide his decisions, and what tax measures will be the result?  

Is Your Employer Still Paying For Your Private Fuel?

‚ÄčIt is worth repeating an article we first published March 2016 that highlighted the cash benefit to company car drivers and their employers, of reimbursing the cost of fuel provided for private motoring. The rates have been updated for 2016-17.

Is Your Employer Still Paying For Your Private Fuel?

‚ÄčIt is worth repeating an article we first published March 2016 that highlighted the cash benefit to company car drivers and their employers, of reimbursing the cost of fuel provided for private motoring. The rates have been updated for 2016-17.