Topical Tips

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January 22, 2007

TT92: Construction Industry Scheme Update 2

Important news for the construction industry In TT85 we gave advance warning of the changes scheduled for the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) effective 6th April 2007. Here we provide more details about these imminent changes.
December 24, 2006

TT91: Merry Christmas from Barnes Roffe

Merry Christmas from Barnes Roffe LLP In this last issue of Topical Tips for the year we present a round-up of the issues from 2006. TT76 Self-Assessment Filing DeadlinesHow you can avoid a fine if you are a little late with your return. TT77 VAT On Employee Mileage ClaimsAverting potential repayment of VAT using HMRC’s new legislation.
December 23, 2006

TT90: Managed Service Companies

In 2002 the Chancellor introduced a nil rate of Corporation Tax for companies with profits of up to £10,000. It was an untypically naive move that led to a rash of small companies being set up, purely for the purpose of avoiding tax.
December 22, 2006

TT89: Composite Pay Schemes

The changes to the Construction Industry Scheme (‘CIS’) as outlined in Topical Tips 85 in September are making contracting companies and construction agencies nervous. This is because the tax implications for such businesses could mean that many individual subcontractors (i.e.
November 22, 2006

TT88: VAT on Fuel Costs

Company car, but no private fuel In Topical Tips 84 we dealt with the tax-free mileage rate that can be paid to employees to reimburse them for petrol on business journeys when using a company car.
October 23, 2006

TT87: Employee Benefits in Kind Update – Mobile Phones

Changes to exemptions The rules regarding the tax exemption for mobile phones were substantially amended by the Finance Act 2006, and this impacts from 6 April 2006.
October 22, 2006

TT86: Corporation Tax Update

It’s back to where we were! In 2002 the Chancellor introduced a nil rate of Corporation Tax for companies with profits of up to £10,000. It was an untypically naive move that led to a rash of small companies being set up, purely for the purpose of avoiding tax.
September 22, 2006

TT85: Construction Industry Scheme

Changes for next tax year In April 2007 the Construction Industry Scheme (‘CIS’) taxation regime will change significantly.These are the main points: The subcontractor will no longer present the contractor a card or certificate to demonstrate whether they should be paid gross or net of tax at 18%.
August 22, 2006

TT84: Tax-Free Business Mileage Rates

Money-saving update on company car fuel In Topical Tips 53 and Topical Tips 69 we dealt with the important saving available if an employee chooses to pay for all fuel in their company vehicle and then claims back money to cover the fuel cost for only the actual business miles driven.
July 22, 2006

TT83: Tax Return Filing Deadlines

Few people will have noticed that the last Budget hid a sneaky announcement by the Government that dramatically shortened the time taxpayers have to file their income tax returns.
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