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What Steps Are Needed to Submit Tax

If you’ve recently become self-employed or need to complete a tax return for any other reason, chances are you may be feeling somewhat confused about what is expected of you.

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2019 Disguised Remuneration (DR) Loan Charge

Disguised Remuneration schemes have allowed for individuals to avoid tax, costing the Exchequer hundreds of millions every year. Whilst previously employers or contractors who had in the past received remuneration disguised as loans only had until 30 September 2018, HMRC has now extended this deadline. The penalties imposed by HMRC can still be avoided on the basis that a settlement is made before 5th April 2019.

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The Advantages of using a PAYE Umbrella Company

If you have made the decision that working through a limited company is not the right option for you, working through a PAYE umbrella company may be an alternative worth considering.

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Smart Pay with CIS Umbrella

In the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS), contractors are obliged to deduct money from subcontractors’ payments for HMRC. This is similar to PAYE, where deductions are like advance payments towards a subcontractor’s tax and national insurance. One Click Umbrella can help you focus on running your business with less red tape.

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What Expenses Can You Claim When Inside IR35?

It is understandable that many contractors remain concerned about how being inside or outside IR35 will affect them. Whether you are inside or outside can alter your tax contributions and take-home pay. Therefore, both client and contractors need to have a firm understanding of their working relationship to ensure it remains fair.

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Inside and Outside IR35 – What You Need To Know

IR35 was introduced by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), established to combat tax avoidance in the provision of personal services. Following this, the definition of self-employment was outlined. This way, disguised employees couldn’t take advantage of the tax benefits of self-employment. However, those who falsely identify as self-employed also enjoy the security of being a permanent employee.

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Sole traders and IR35

If you are a sole trader working as a contractor for a company, it’s vitally important to be aware of the rules surrounding IR35. IR35 was first introduced by HMRC around the turn of the millennium and was designed to clamp down on tax avoidance.

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G7 Corporate Tax Rates

The Group of Seven (G7) is a group consisting of the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Germany, France, Italy and Japan. These countries have the seven largest advanced economies in the world, representing more than 62% of the global net worth.

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Accelerated Payment Notice: What is it?

Accelerated Payment Notices were first introduced in 2014 and have since been used by HMRC in order to recover billions of pounds of taxes. The notice states that HMRC believes that the recipient has willingly partaken in a tax avoidance scheme and therefore are required to pay the amount that has been wrongfully avoided within a 90-day period.

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Sole Trader vs. Ltd Company

If you run your own business, it’s inevitable that you’re going to be faced with the decision of whether you want to trade as a sole trader or limited company. Which is best for your circumstances? Here’s a quick summary of the main differences between trading as a sole trader or a limited company.

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