This week we pass the filing deadline (31 January 2019) for the 2017-18 Self Assessment tax returns. A surprising number of taxpayers are still content to deal with this annual chore at the last minute. This article sets out a few compelling reasons
The Welsh Government has confirmed that the proposed Welsh Government Budget has been ratified and that the new Welsh rates of Income Tax (WRIT) will be set at 10p for 2019-20. This means that the rates of Income Tax paid by Welsh taxpayers will
A recent press release by HMRC revealed some of the oddest excuses for submitting a late tax return. The excuses ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous and included:
My mother-in-law is a witch and put a curse on me.
I’m too short to reach the
Two changes to the way Private Residence Relief works are due to come into effect from April 2020. These changes could reduce the amount of CGT relief available on the sale of a private residence. The changes are:
Home owners that let all or part