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George Osborne delivered his 2013 budget on 20th March 2013. Many of his proposals will not take effect until 2014/15.
If you are an employee or director and as part of your duties you regularly carry out some work from your home, your employer can contribute towards the additional costs you incur.
From time to time HMRC become aware of inaccuracies within returns or other documents lodged with them. In this article, we look at the system of penalties in place that HMRC use to police the tax system.
In reality, no one is going to get a free pension, but some individuals can get very close to it. In this article we shall take a look at how the current 2011/2012 tax regulations can be used by some … Continue reading
As Christmas approaches thoughts turns to office parties. So what view does the tax man take when an employer arranges a Christmas party for their staff?