Pay as You Earn

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Are you prepared for digital tax returns?

Are you prepared for digital tax returns? As a business owner, you may be aware that as from this month, HMRC will begin to make changes which will eventually see all businesses supplied with a completely digital tax account.  By next year, it is envisaged that around five million businesses will have made the switch […]

Deadline looms for HMRC dispensation changes

6th April 2016 sees HMRC’s move to scrap the need for employers to apply for dispensation when reimbursing work-related expenses incurred by each employee and director, earning over £8,500 per annum. On the surface HMRC’s change in legislation would appear to spell good news for employers who will benefit from reduced paperwork and administrative procedures.  […]

New Dividend Tax Regime Post 5th April 2016

The first Conservative only budget in more than 19 years back in July 2015 was certainly not welcomed by the contracting community. From a contractor’s point of view one of the biggest changes announced in the budget is the change to the way in which dividends will be taxed from 6th April 2016. As it […]

Tax Efficient Life Insurance Cover

At Holcombe Financial Services we work with business owners to create bespoke financial plans that suit their personal and business goals. One area we do a lot of work on is tax efficiency. One area we cover is protection and life assurance for businesses and business owners. Many business owners are unaware that they could […]

Real Time PAYE Starts in April 2013 – Important Information

Real Time PAYE Starts in April 2013 – Important Information The stressful Year End process of P35 and P14 submission will disappear starting from 6th April 2013, replaced with a submission to HM Revenue & Customs each time your business pays its employees. This is called Real Time Information, or RTI, and it will mean […]

Tax Planning – Maximum Profit Extraction

Tax Planning – Maximum Profit Extraction Increases in the National Insurance (NI) thresholds from 6th April 2013 will increase the optimum annual salary for Directors. The Primary Threshold (PT), the point at which salaries become chargeable to NI for employees, will rise to from £7,592 to £7,748 per year and the Secondary Threshold (ST), the […]

Budget 2012

Budget 2012 The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne presented his Budget for 2012 to Parliament on 21 March 2012. Headline summaries of the main announcements which affect businesses and individuals and listed below (source HMRC website www.hmrc.gov.uk) Income tax rates and Allowances 2012-13 and 2013-14 As announced at Budget 2011, the income tax allowance […]

Profit Extraction – 6th April 2012

Tax Planning – Maximum Profit Extraction Increases in the National Insurance (NI) thresholds from 6th April 2012 will increase the optimum annual salary for Directors. The Primary Threshold (PT), the point at which salaries become chargeable to NI for employees, will rise to from £7,228 to £7,592 per year and the Secondary Threshold (ST), the […]

Employment Taxes updates – October 2011

Employment Taxes updates – October 2011 –      Two First Tier Tribunal cases on employment tax status –      A reversal for Total People Ltd in the Upper Tribunal (lnvolving NIC refunds on car allowances) –      New HMRC guidance on visits to the UK where employees are seconded on full time contract abroad lan Mitchell v HMRC […]

New Penalties for Late Self Assessment Tax Returns

New Penalties for Late Self Assessment Tax Returns  Tough new rules – For several years HM Revenue & Customs have been debating tightening the rules on late Self-Assessment returns, everyone knew that there were changes coming from this April, however, I think it is fair to say that the harshness of the new penalty system […]