Member Since: 3rd Apr 2017
26th Feb 2018
Is this government guidance in the same territory as the lack of clarity as to the need to send a TR in respect of claiming child benefit?
In the same list on the gov website:
"your income (or your partner’s) was over £50,000 and one of you claimed Child Benefit"
Such implies both partners need to complete a tax return? My observation has been that the partner taking the couple above the band and who then correctly completes a SA return (for this or other reasons), will cover their obligation in respect of possible adjustments that may need to be made in respect of benefits claimed for a tax year.
As such one return should always cover it? That is common sense and not wasteful.
A really helpful thread. Thanks.
15th Sep 2017
People are naturally entitled to form their own views and Jamie Dimon is certainly a very high profile business leader and influencer. It should be pointed out there are certainly many better recognised authorities and influencers in the Cryptocurrency/blockchain space to be listened to on such matters.
3rd Apr 2017
Surely no one will want to stop actually using it? All the government have done is to remove a loophole that was effectively leaving excess cash in the pocket for some businesses, specifically service businesses who were getting something for nothing?
Hence they have lifted the rate to an effective max of 16.5% (rather than 16.67%)
The scheme is surely still simpler all the way to this level. Or have I misunderstood?