income tax

Can anyone help with this scenario:

Someone buys a house but for personal reasons does not move in straight away and the property is rented out:


what would be more tax efficient from a self-employed person's point of view - receiving a gift or a loan being repaid from a relative?


Silly season announced itself today with a string of stories trumpeting the big news that the Tories are thinking seriously about merging national insurance with income tax.


Hi. Thank you.


Delivering the coalition’s last Queen's Speech before the 2015


People will be able earn up to £10,500 tax free from April 2015, an increase of £500 in the personal allowance, Chan

My client worked overseas for a period of time and received employment income with foreign tax deducted.

The recent First-Tier Tribunal (FTT) case of Donovan & McLaren v HMRC has confirmed that regular dividend waivers constitute a settlement for Income Tax purposes.

This morning I received yet another confusing HMRC statement of account for a client.


Suppose X bought £100,000 worth of ordinary shares in a private company and Enterprise Investment Scheme rules applied.