Tag: EBT

self assessment tax investigation
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TAX INVESTIGATION

HMRC has been granted the power to dig deeper into your private life and your business matters than you may be happy with. To tell the truth, with the new powers granted to them, the inspector assigned to you will seem to be treating the taxpayer in ways that border on invasive.

HMRC Tax Disclosure Schemes Digital Disclosure Service
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HMRC Tax Disclosure Schemes | How to Make most of them

The Digital Disclosure Service (DDS) is a service by HMRC that assists companies and individuals in bringing their tax affairs up to date in a straightforward way. If you owe tax, you will need to declare it straight away, after which you will be given time to explain exactly what it is that you owe, how did you arrived at this tax amount and pay the money.

Accountants for contractors
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Accountants for contractors – How we can help

We as accountants for contractors can help you to maintain your accounts, adhere to policies and help you to get a good picture of your finances. We can also help you file tax returns and respond to any queries from HMRC, taking a weight off your shoulders.

Contractors EBT Tax Avoidance
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HMRC hunt for contractors EBT tax avoidance : Accountants Approach

For years the Government and HMRC have tried to curtail the actions and processes of EBTs only to create more complex legislation. In recent years attempts have been made to clarify and simplify procedures for the operation of EBTs culminating in elements of the 2016 Finance Bill.

HMRC Tax Disclosure Schemes Digital Disclosure Service
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Digital Disclosure Service | HMRC Tax Avoidance

HMRC computer system Connect cross-checks its database of companies against the taxes they have declared, and any discrepancies can lead to the tax office writing to you to chase up unpaid taxes. Once this happens, you will be looking at a fine of anywhere up to 200% of the tax you owe.

Tax Planning NHS Doctors and Consultants
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Accounting and Tax Planning for NHS Doctors and Consultants

One major issue for doctors working on a locum basis is that because of the rotation schedule you adhere to, there may be issues with your tax code. This is a basic part of figuring out what you have to pay, but all the same, it’s understandable if a busy professional isn’t able or just doesn’t want to think too much about their taxes!

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Contractors | Loan Schemes and Tax Avoidance

These loan schemes come in a number of shapes and sizes. Currency arbitrage is one of the riskier methods. The idea behind it is that through signing up with an off-shore company, and receiving exotic foreign currencies in exchange for loans, that your earnings can be turned into non-taxable foreign exchange gains.

HMRC Common Reporting Standard
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HMRC Common Reporting Standard – An Accountant’s View

This new idea for a global model of automatic information exchange was endorsed by G20 leaders in 2014. To date, over 100 countries have given their public support to CRS, many of whom have also chosen to become early-adopters of the processes.

IR35 Accountants Approach
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IR35 Accountants Approach

If you consider how many contractors work for a major public sector body like the NHS, then the logistics of such a task are unfathomable. Most public sectors teams lack the necessary experience and understanding of case law to make a reasonable decision.