Last years requests for a set off against CT payable was first one I made and I just rang up employers helpline and the Collector
Matrix is right - PAYE takes priority for allowances so self employment does not count as a job.
09.13 - already getting the full message.
Will have to ring them and start keeping screen shots
From a CGT point of view you are treated as if you received the income (taxable on SA return) and then immediately spent it on the fund units. Either receiving additional shares/units or just leaving the money in the fund.
The cost for CGT is the original amount paid plus all distributions received since that date.
50% original cost and 50% probate irrespective of whether there is a different kind of tenancy.
HSBC have , or had when I was involved in a charity, a Community account. I would pop in to look at the criteria
Where are you based?
I have a number for an officer on exactly this scenario but she is based in Manchester - North and East Midlands.
Easy solution - write back and say you don't want to use emails and they will write instead
You didn't receive the dividend as such. The value you received for the sale was higher to reflect the fact that the dividend when accumulated would increase the value of the holding (unlike income dividends) for the new owner.
This is part of the CGT and there is no income to declare on the dividend date.
There used to be a form of cheque you could get the buyer to obtain from their bank which cannot be cancelled/recalled.
As far as I know any electronic payment or ordinary cheque can be recalled by the issuing bank quite a few weeks later.
I thought we were not allowed to use HMRC software for the last few years anyway.
MTD is irrelevant as Duggimon says above