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January 24, 2008
TT111: Capital Gains Tax Update
The Chancellor changes his mind! After a barrage of criticism from the business community, the Chancellor has on 24 January 2008 announced a softening of the new Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules due to take effect from 6 April 2008.
January 23, 2008
TT110: Pension Scheme Administration
Urgent action may be required If you are a pension scheme trustee, urgent action may be required on your part, or on the part of your Scheme Administrator. Who is your Scheme Administrator? Under recent pension scheme changes, all registered pension schemes should have a Scheme Administrator (SA) appointed.
January 22, 2008
TT109: Pension Contributions
Pensions simplification From A Day (6 April 2006) Pensions Simplification altered all the rules for the various types of pensions that existed and put them into one system.
December 23, 2007
TT108: Merry Christmas 2007
The issues from 2007 We hope that over the last twelve months Topical Tips has been useful and interesting. In this last Topical Tips for the year we present a round-up of the issues from 2007.
December 22, 2007
TT107: Tax-Free Business Mileage Rates Update
Company car mileage rates go up this time! In Topical Tips 100 we advised on the new rates an employee can claim for business mileage when they pay for all the fuel on a company car.
November 23, 2007
TT106: Tax Threshold Changes
Little and large Usually tax allowances and National Insurance (NIC) rates for the coming tax year are published with the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. However this year, in a break with tradition, the Government stated that the rates for 2008/09 would not be published until the retail price index for September 2007 had become available.
November 22, 2007
TT105: Inheritance Tax Changes
The current position Every person has a nil rate band (NRB) that they can pass on at death that is free of Inheritance Tax (IHT). The current NRB in 2007/08 is £300,000. With certain specific exceptions the amount of the deceased’s estate in excess of this NRB is subject to IHT at 40%.
October 22, 2007
TT104: Capital Gains Tax Update
A major shake-up As has been widely publicised after the Pre Budget Statement, there will be a significant change to the capital gains tax (CGT) regime from April 2008 for individuals and trustees making disposals.
September 22, 2007
TT102: Season Tickets – Tax Status
Staff benefit or entertaining? With the recent sale of debentures at Wembley Stadium and similar season tickets at Premiership clubs, it is worth reviewing the tax implications of businesses buying such things.
August 22, 2007
TT101: Companies House Annual Return
The way it was In previous years Companies House always sent out paper copies of companies’ Annual Returns (form 363). These forms show details of all directors, company secretaries and shareholders known by Companies House.
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