Fuller Spurling’s latest tax briefing, December 2020 – covering the following areas – Third SEISS grant Report & pay CGT in 30 days Furlough extended Christmas cheer for employees Nudging to correct the tax return Deferring tax due in 2021 Refunds of VAT on overseas expenses VAT on low-value imports VAT on international services You […]
Fuller Spurling’s Spring 2020 tax briefing is now available, with guidance and information on the following… Capital Gains Tax (CGT) – pay in 30 days! IR35 off-payroll working rules, 6 April 2020 New NIC thresholds announced ahead of the budget Restricted Employment Allowance, worth up to £3k per year Company accounts & returns – […]
Fuller Spurling’s year-end tax review. Introduction, tax law changes to come? Interest on savings – how to reduce tax you pay by controlling the type of income you receive ‘Max out your state pension’ – have you checked if you’ll qualify for the full state pension? ‘Give & save’ – how Gift Aid donations […]
Fuller Spurling’s December 2019 tax briefing is now available, with updates and information to keep you up to date with the current tax situation regarding… Capital Gains from off-plan homes following a recent Court of Appeal’s decision Changes to company-car taxable benefits Reporting of Offshore Investments Funds on your Tax Return Making tax digital (MTD) […]
Many landlords are deciding to sell their residential properties. What are their options for taxes and reliefs?
Important changes will come into force in April 2020 which relate to tax relief that is due on the sale of property which was previously a taxpayer’s Principle Private Residence “PPR” during any point in the period of its ownership.
Most people understand that when you sell your main home the profit you make on the sale is exempt from tax
When you sell your only or main home, you expect any gain you make to be free of CGT, but …
When you sell a business or shares in your personal company, the gain made on that disposal will normally qualify for entrepreneurs’ relief which applies capital gains tax (CGT) at 10%.
I have a client who is non-resident in the UK having lived and worked abroad for the last 7 years. He currently owns a property (and this is recognised as his principal private residence) in the UK that was his main home before he left to work abroad.
Recently we were asked about we could help a client with a second property rental. The following is a summary of some of the costs involved in having a rental property and an case study of how we advised a client about their capital gains tax liability.
Have you made a gain from the sale of a property that you did not occupy as your home? If so, did you report the disposal upon your Tax Return?