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Private Client Tax

Moore East Midlands launches new Probate Service

Chartered Accountants Moore East Midlands, which has offices in Peterborough, Corby and Northampton has launched a new Probate Service to complement their existing Trusts and Estates and Inheritance Tax planning services.

Understand the tax rules around Furnished Holiday Lettings

Our latest factsheet shows the benefits and what criteria you need to qualify as an FHL.

New claims required for working from home tax relief

Employees who work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic will need to make a new claim for the 2021/22 tax year so that they can continue to claim tax relief where they have not been reimbursed by employers. 

Tax Day 2021

23 March 2021 marked the UK’s first Tax Day, as the government published consultation documents, calls for evidence, and other documents relating to the future shape of the UK tax regime.

Are you aware of the tax implications when taking on a second job?

Have you thought about taking on an extra job during the COVID – 19 pandemic? Perhaps you have been put on furlough and have spent time thinking of innovative ways to start a side business, to pass some time and inevitably save up some money, for when life returns to normal. 

Deadline To Set Up A Payment Plan Or To Pay Outstanding Tax Liabilities Fast Approaching

You have just over a week (until 1 April 2021) to pay any outstanding tax liabilities in full or to set up an online payment plan for the 2019/2020 financial year.

Self-Assessment late payment penalties

HMRC has announced that Self-Assessment customers will not be charged the initial 5% late payment penalty if they pay their tax or make a Time to Pay arrangement by 1 April 2021.

End of year tax planning tips 2020/21

As we approach the end of the 2020/21 tax year, now is the ideal time to make sure you are making use of all the available allowances to benefit your overall tax position.

UK residence and tax

Your UK residence status affects whether you need to pay tax in the UK on your foreign income. 

Return to date of death - no problem?

I have been appointed as executor - when does this start? As an executor or personal representative you may consider that your responsibilities start at the date of death.   

Do you need to make a tax disclosure?

HMRC has a new £100m weapon to help identify individuals who may not be declaring all of their income and, therefore, paying too little tax.  

Your Personal Tax Account

Have you checked your personal tax account recently? If at all?  Latest research from the Post Office shows that 46% of UK workers have never checked their personal tax account.  

What can you give away before the end of the tax year?

You can give away £3,000 worth of gifts each tax year (6 April to 5 April) without them being added to the value of your estate. This is known as your ‘annual exemption’.

What can you give away before the end of the tax year?

You can give away £3,000 worth of gifts each tax year (6 April to 5 April) without them being added to the value of your estate. This is known as your ‘annual exemption’.

Plan your money 2019

2019 is set to be a year of changes for finances, with everything from council tax, state pension payments and inheritance tax set to change. Find out about the changes below and how your finances could be affected.

Plan your money 2019

2019 is set to be a year of changes for finances, with everything from council tax, state pension payments and inheritance tax set to change. Find out about the changes below and how your finances could be affected.

ePrivateclient – Tier 1 Top Accountancy Firm

We are pleased to announce that Moore has been named in Tier I of the 2018 ePrivateclient Top Accountancy Firms rankings, the annual analysis of the leading UK advisory firms providing wealthy clients and their families with tax and business advice.

Does your employer still pay for your private fuel?

As we are approaching the end of yet another tax year, it is worth repeating our suggestion that highlights 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 2017-18.

Does your employer still pay for your private fuel?

As we are approaching the end of yet another tax year, it is worth repeating our suggestion that highlights 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 2017-18.

Company car drivers and private fuel

Since the tax on private fuel provided with company cars is so high, many employers now have an arrangement whereby they no longer pay for private fuel. In this case, the employee must reimburse the employer for private fuel included in petrol bills paid by the employer. Otherwise, the employee may face a tax charge.

Company car drivers and private fuel

Since the tax on private fuel provided with company cars is so high, many employers now have an arrangement whereby they no longer pay for private fuel. In this case, the employee must reimburse the employer for private fuel included in petrol bills paid by the employer. Otherwise, the employee may face a tax charge.