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Spousal CGT tax advantages

It is fairly common knowledge that the UK tax system is biased in favour of married couples or those partners who have entered into a formal civil partnership.   

Holiday entitlements

As we are approaching the annual holiday season it would seem to be a suitable time to set out employees’ rights to receive holiday pay.

Building a Great Britain fit for the future

The headline for the Autumn 2017 budget was building a Great Britain fit for the future, creating jobs, preparing for a digital age and supporting families. With the surprise of the day being the abolition of stamp duty (up to £300,000) for first time buyers.   

Building a Great Britain fit for the future

The headline for the Autumn 2017 budget was building a Great Britain fit for the future, creating jobs, preparing for a digital age and supporting families. With the surprise of the day being the abolition of stamp duty (up to £300,000) for first time buyers.   

Remember to make pension payments before 6th April 2017

The current annual pension limit remains at £40,000. In addition, unused relief from the previous three tax years may be utilised once the current £40,000 limit has been used. However, the relief from 2013/14 will lapse on 6 April 2017.

Remember to make pension payments before 6th April 2017

The current annual pension limit remains at £40,000. In addition, unused relief from the previous three tax years may be utilised once the current £40,000 limit has been used. However, the relief from 2013/14 will lapse on 6 April 2017.

NIC Employment Allowance (EA)

For 2016-17, the EA is set at £3,000. This means that if you are eligible, you will not have to pay employers’ Class 1 contributions up to this amount. The following set out some of the less well known facts about this allowance:

NIC Employment Allowance (EA)

For 2016-17, the EA is set at £3,000. This means that if you are eligible, you will not have to pay employers’ Class 1 contributions up to this amount. The following set out some of the less well known facts about this allowance: