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Ian Marlow has been a Certified
Professional Advisor for Quickbooks Online since it started in 2001, and
has now earned Elite Advisor status. His passion for helping individuals
and businesses in all aspects of online accounting is shared by the
experienced team of tax and accounting professionals he leads. In
addition to writing for the HFM Tax Blog, Ian is also responsible for
onboarding new clients and running HFM Tax & Accounts.
HFM Tax & Accounts have joined a select group of accountants by becoming one of the first QuickBooks Elite ProAdvisors in recognition of our experience and expertise as QuickBooks accountants.
With access to a dedicated account manager, expert customer support, priority... read more
In general the most efficient way to extract profit from a limited company is through a mixture of salary and dividends as follows:
Salary to the National Insurance threshold (currently £8,632) or Income Tax threshold (£12,500). In the former, you will... read more
Changes to private residence relief (PRR) which have already been announced are planned to come into effect next year.
You should be aware that if you rent out all or part of your home this may create a Capital Gains Tax... read more
How can you reduce the SDLT and income tax you pay on jointly owned property rental income?
If you own a property jointly with your spouse - one of you being a higher-rate taxpayer and the other being a basic-rate taxpayer,... read more
HMRC has confirmed that it has reviewed approximately 30,000 self-assessment returns for 2017-18 where it considers that there is a risk that its tax calculator has incorrectly computed the individual's tax liability because of a known exclusion.
This only affects electronically... read more
Paying your Self-Assessment Tax bill is never enjoyable, and especially so if you just don't have the cash readily available.
31 January is the date by which any arrears of tax for 2018-19 need to be settled, together with a payment... read more
Tax on a holiday let property is different from a standard property let and it is important to be aware of the issues:
There are a number of tax incentives that you can take advantage of if you own and... read more
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