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Coding out debts deadline

Coding out debts deadline

The coding threshold entitles tax payers to have tax underpayments collected via a tax code, provided they are in employment or in receipt of a UK-based pension. The coding applies to certain debts such as Self-Assessment liabilities, tax credit overpayments...
Less than 100 days to file your tax return

Less than 100 days to file your tax return

HMRC has published a news release to remind taxpayers that there is now less than 100 days to file their 2019-20, Self-Assessment tax return. Last year over 11 million taxpayers were required to complete a tax return, but over 958,000 taxpayers missed the deadline. If...
Sale of income in exchange for capital amount

Sale of income in exchange for capital amount

A capital sum received by an individual in respect of the sale or relinquishment of income derived from their personal activities can sometimes be treated as earned income and chargeable to Income Tax. If this is the case, the amount charged to Income Tax is not...
Carry back charitable donations

Carry back charitable donations

If you pay Income Tax at the basic rate no additional relief is due on your charitable donations. However, if you are a higher rate or additional rate taxpayer then you can claim tax relief on the difference between the basic rate and your highest rate of tax....
Starting rate of Income Tax for savings

Starting rate of Income Tax for savings

In the current tax year, anyone with taxable income of less than £17,500 will have no tax to pay on their savings income – interest received. This figure is calculated by adding the £5,000 starting rate limit for savings (where 0% of the interest is...
Time To Pay limits increased

Time To Pay limits increased

One of the measures announced by HMRC at the start of the coronavirus pandemic was the introduction of emergency measures to help tax payers affected by COVID-19 to use the Time To Pay service. Businesses and self-employed people in financial...