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HMRC to protect at risk employers when publishing CJRS claimants

In an effort from HMRC to be more transparent about the use of taxpayers’ funds and deter fraudulent activity, they will be publishing information about employers who claimed from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) for periods starting on or after the 1 December 2020.

Tax Diary April

1 April 2018 - Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 30 June 2017.

Tax Diary April

1 April 2018 - Due date for corporation tax due for the year ended 30 June 2017.

Better to pay interest on your loan account than dividends if higher rate taxpayer

Ever since the introduction of the 7.5% increase in the rate of tax on dividends in April 2016, it has been more tax efficient for owner managed business shareholders to pay interest on their loans to the company rather than pay themselves dividends.

Better to pay interest on your loan account than dividends if higher rate taxpayer

Ever since the introduction of the 7.5% increase in the rate of tax on dividends in April 2016, it has been more tax efficient for owner managed business shareholders to pay interest on their loans to the company rather than pay themselves dividends.