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  • Tax Rates - Sick pay rates
    Sick pay ratesType of paymentMain qualifying condition2018/192019/20Maximum periodStatutory sick pay (SSP)Employee’s normal average weekly earnings to be equal to or more than LEL to qualify for SSP£92.05 per week£94.25 per week28 weeks in any three-year periodLower earnings limit (LEL) for National Insurance contributions£116 per week£118 per weekN/A
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  • Tax Rates - Social security
    Social securityEmployment and support allowanceYearUnder 2525 or over2018/19 and 2019/20£57.90 per week (assessment rate for first 13 weeks)£73.10 per week (assessment rate for first 13 weeks)Jobseeker’s allowanceYearUnder 2525 or over 2018/19 and 2019/20£57.90 per week£73.10 per weekMaternity allowanceYearStandard rateMA threshold2018/19£145.18 per week, or 90% of normal average weekly earnings if lower for 39 weeks£30.00 per week2019/20£148.68 per week, or 90% of normal average weekly earnings...
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  • Tax Rates - Work and parents: statutory rights
    Work and parents: statutory rightsType of paymentMain qualifying conditionAmount 2018/19Amount 2019/20Maximum periodStatutory maternity pay (SMP): higher rateEmployee to have been continuously employed for 26 weeks or more by end of 15th week before her expected week of childbirth90% of employee’s normal average weekly earnings90% of employee’s normal average weekly earningsSix weeksStatutory maternity pay (SMP): standard rateEmployee to have been continuously employed for 26 weeks or more by end of...
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  • Newsletter - Do I have to pay a penalty?
    Do I have to pay a penalty?..Q. I have received a surcharge letter from HMRC saying my last VAT return was late. I’ve checked and I have a confirmation showing it was submitted on time. Can I appeal? A. If your return was filed on time then this is either a mistake by HMRC or a software error at their end. Either way it’s not your fault. Send our VAT Surcharge Reasonable Excuse Letter with a copy of your filing confirmation to appeal. Get the document To download our VAT Surcharge Reasonable Excuse Letter,...
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  • Newsletter - Selling your shares back - capital gain or income distribution?
    When shares are sold, any tax due is usually assessed under the capital gains tax regime. However, if you’re selling shares back to an unquoted trading company the proceeds can be taxed as a distribution. How can our template letter help you out?
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  • Newsletter - How can extra holiday mean tax savings?
    Employers often allow employees to “buy” additional holiday days by deducting pay. How does this save you money, and what does our new tool do to help?
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  • Newsletter - Letting relief changes: is it the right time to sell the property?
    The 2018 Budget contained more bad news for landlords, with changes to the way private residence relief and lettings relief reduce taxable gains. How can our calculator help you to decide whether now is the right time to sell to secure the relief?
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  • Newsletter - There’s no fine - why is it still worth appealing?
    Your VAT filing and payments have always been on time, but the return for the most recent quarter was several days late due to the finance manager being seriously ill. You have received a surcharge notice, but no fine. Why should you appeal using our document?
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  • Newsletter - Can I reduce the tax on the gain
    Can I reduce the tax on the gain..Q. I have owned a property for just over 20 years. It was let via an agent for most of that time, but for the last four years I have been living in it as my only address. Unfortunately, the breakdown of my marriage made this necessary. I have retained the flat through an amicable divorce, but need to sell it to realise the underlying capital. I think I can claim some private residence relief for the time I’ve lived in it plus the last 18 months, but is there anything else...
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  • Newsletter - How to exempt capital gains from tax
    There are several methods available for delaying a capital gains tax bill, but one relief offers you the chance to permanently exempt gains. What trap do you need to watch for and how does our new document help?
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