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P11D dispensations have been dispensed with

2 May 2017

Last year saw an important change to the way tax-deductible business expenses, which are paid to employees, are dealt with. Until the beginning of the 2016-17 tax year, employers who did not have a dispensation from HM Revenue & Customs

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A furnished holiday letting won’t just give your customers much needed relief

2 May 2017

Landlords should be aware of the different rules which apply to furnished holiday lets and private rented properties, as the tax implications can be enormous. Privately rented properties that are not a principal private residence, and therefore do not qualify

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New civil penalty notices are now in effect for residential landlords

2 May 2017

A range of provisions which allow civil penalties to be levied against residential landlords who commit offences under the Housing Act 2004 came into effect last month. Local authorities are now empowered to levy fines of up to £30,000 against

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Finance Bill shrinks in the parliamentary wash-up as PM announces snap election

2 May 2017

The announcement of a snap general election to take place on 8 June 2017 had an immediate impact on some of the most eye-catching announcements from the Spring Budget, with the parliamentary wash-up seeing key clauses dropped from the Finance

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Small businesses see changes to the VAT Flat Rate Scheme

12 Apr 2017

Small business users of the VAT Flat Rate Scheme who have low costs may see the rate they pay drastically increase under new changes, which came into effect at the beginning of this month. The Flat Rate Scheme was created

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