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Intuitively you would think a company car must be owned by the employer in order for the employee to make a capital contribution.
I have been trying to find information regarding cash gifts(none charity)
I'm a sole trader and want to help my sister with money as she can't find a job.
Those of us who specialise in tax have suddenly found ourselves in the midst of a popular frenzy.
A self employed Trainer who does all admin work and preparations at home and delivers training in different locations includes a cost for "use of home as office" in tax deductible expenses ( at £2
As a rather angry punter perhaps I am not the best person to ask this question.
So, Mr Osborne is *shocked* at the efforts of the rich to mitigate their tax. I am shocked at his stupidity to go on the public record in such a manner.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. A question more for my own curiosity than to actually put into practice :)
I have recently launched my own business (in November).
- Budget 2010: At-a-glance guide 19,204 9
- Monthly dividend payments to director - sole shareholder 15,586 6
- ACCA newly qualified but its not enough... 13,833 20
- Marginal Rate of Tax 13,823 5
- Accountants' IR35 knowledge ‘worryingly vague’ 12,872 15