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Exceptional circumstances for statutory residence have always been difficult to define, being largely based on case law before the Statutory residence Test became law. HMRC has recently updated its guidance about what it considers to... read more
The higher income child benefit charge applies whenever a couple claiming child benefit has an adjusted net income of £50,000 or more. The charge claws back 1% of the child benefit for every £100 by which... read more
Following on the last blog with HMRC's list of unbelievable excuses, here is their guidance on what they consider a reasonable excuse for a late tax return return:
What may count as a reasonable excuse
A reasonable... read more
Every year HMRC receives some imaginative excuses and expense claims following the 31 January Self Assessment deadline. This year HMRC has highlighted 10 of the most weird and wonderful tax return excuses they have received from customers... read more
Tax Advantages of Marriage or Civil Relationship in the UK
There are not many tax advantages of being married or in a civil partnership but the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules do provide definite advantages to... 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... 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... read more
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