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  • Tax Calculators & Tools - Net salary calculator
    Net salary calculatorThis tool works out your take-home pay based on information you provide about your salary.About this toolIf your employer makes adjustments to your pay which don't affect the PAYE tax and NI contributions, for example, repayments of a season ticket loan, you'll need to add or subtract them from the result to arrive at the take-home amount.How to use this toolClick "Start" and enter details on your salary, deductions, tax code and student loan repayments in the blue cells. You can read further...
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  • Tax Rates - Capital allowances
    Capital allowances Rates2018/192019/202020/21First year and initial allowancesLow emission cars (less than 50g/km since 1 April 2018)100%100%100%Zero emission goods vehicles and gas refuelling equipment (Note 1)100%100%100%Research and development100%100%100%Enterprise zone plant and machinery (companies only)100%100%100%Energy-saving technologies100%100%100%Water-efficient technology100%100%100%Business premises renovation (Note 2)N/A100%100%Structures and buildings allowanceExpenditure on construction of...
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  • Newsletter - Tax and coronavirus grant income
    If you are self-employed you may have received income from the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) in 2020. How might this affect your tax filing for 2019/20, and how can our calculator help?
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  • Newsletter - How to check if you’ve paid too much NI
    Many people will be working more than one job this year, or may have started a home business to help with the bills during lockdown. However, this could mean they overpay NI. How can you check if this is the case?
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  • Newsletter - Lending money informally: what’s the IHT trap?
    Due to coronavirus, your brother has been struggling and has now been made redundant. He owes you money, but you have told him you will forgive the debt completely. Why might this lead to an inheritance tax trap and how can our document help?
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  • Newsletter - Paying the tax and NI on small benefits the easy way
    Making small and/or irregular benefits available to your employees is a good way to keep them motivated. You may want to make a PAYE settlement agreement (PSA) with HMRC to keep things tidy. How can our calculator make this easy?
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  • Newsletter - Can you claim for an old tax overpayment?
    In these difficult times it is more important than ever to ensure that you aren’t missing out on any tax relief. You’ve realised that you didn’t claim for your gift aid payments previously. Can you do this now and, if so, how?
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  • Newsletter - Using capital losses in the most advantageous way
    It’s no great secret that share prices have suffered because of coronavirus. When it comes to using the losses there are rules concerning the order these should be set off. How can our planner make life easier?
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  • Newsletter - How are losses and gains offset?
    How are losses and gains offset?..Q. I have just received my quarterly tax pack from my financial advisor, and note that following fluctuations in my portfolio arising from coronavirus uncertainty I have made capital gains of £10,000. On the next page is a summary of losses, which come to £9,500. As the gain figure is covered by my annual exempt amount, I assume there is no tax to pay and that I can use the losses against sales next year? A. There are strict rules dictating how losses interact with the annual...
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  • Newsletter - Tax-free company car?
    Tax-free company car?..Q. I’ve just been promoted and have been offered my choice of company car. Am I right in thinking that if I choose a low emissions model, no taxable benefit arises? A. Cars with emissions of no more than 100g/km used to benefit from lower appropriate percentages of 5% or 10%, but the rates have gradually increased. For example, a car with a CO2 figure of 76g/km will attract a percentage of 22% for 2020/21. Low emissions cars will still be cheaper though. And if you choose a vehicle that...
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