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Client is additional rate taxpayer and transferred various shares to wife (who is a basic rate taxpayer) over the years.


So 2007/08 is now out of date and the Return that I told a client to hand in by 5 April stayed unopened in it's envelope because he's scared of opening post.


 Client owns a property which was until recently his and his wife’s PPR (now let) however his wife never owned it.   I am proposing a transfer of equitable interest to a 99:1 basis in favour of wif


The Confederation of British Industry has hit back at claims that big companies are dodging their “fair share” of tax.

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I have a company client whose director took dividends last year. HMRC launched an enquiry and has re-classified some of the company income as belonging to the company director under Schedule D.

I received, not one, but two letters from HMRC PAYE and SA at Newcastle dated 17 April 2012 worded exactly the same for the same client which included the following paragraphs:


Please do anyone know if  Class 1a NI is payable on employees who left the company before the end of the tax year. We have 5 employee who left the company before the end of the tax year.


The director of a small company bought a PC on behalf of the company with his personal credit card. 


W inherited a property, lived in it for 15 years, let it out after marrying H, now 12 years later wants to sell it. Gain in 2012/13 will be £40k after PPR and letting exemption but before AE.