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Simple Tax Planning Advice for Individuals
In this webinar we discuss the simple things you can do reduce your personal tax liabilities, including less well used tax reliefs, tax reliefs for savers and investors, ideas for those with property as well as some unusual but legitimate tax saving opportunities.
We'll cover the process by which contractors and HMRC can reach an agreement on what tax is payable and how that tax and any interest can be paid. For those contractors who did not make an appropriate disclosure to HMRC by 5 April 2019 we will explain what they need to do next to meet the requirements of the new Disguised Remuneration Loan Charge.
In this webinar our personal tax specialists will cover a range of common tax issues including the basic charge to tax and the calculation involved. They will take a close look at what expenses a landlord can claim, give advice on how to distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure on the property and focus on the new rules affecting relief for mortgage interest.
In this webinar we'll look at who is involved in the PAYE process, explain the basics of the system including key processes and documents you should be aware of, take an in-depth look at tax codes and what they do, what happens when you change employment, as well as explaining what happens at the end of the tax year.
In this webinar our personal tax specialists will cover a range of common tax issues including an overview of capital gains tax and the calculations involved. They will take a look at the applicable rates, reliefs and allowances and also give advice on record keeping and how to report to HMRC.