With the end of the 2021/22 tax year fast approaching, it is now the time to consider some opportunities for saving tax with some careful end of year tax planning. This guide will provide you with tax saving tips, but not all of these will be relevant to your particular circumstances. As always we are here to discuss anything that may be of interest to you.
Welcome to our monthly tax newsletter designed to keep you informed of the latest tax issues.
In this month’s newsletter:
CHRISTMAS IS THE TIME FOR GIVING
REGULAR GIFTS OUT OF YOUR INCOME IS TAX EFFICIENT
TRUST PLANNING OPPORTUNITY STILL AVAILABLE
GIFTS TO CHARITY
LET’S HAVE A REAL CHRISTMAS PARTY THIS YEAR!
CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF UP TO £50 PER EMPLOYEE IS ALSO TAX FREE
REPORT CJRS FURLOUGH GRANTS ON CORPORATION TAX RETURNS
ADVISORY FUEL RATE FOR COMPANY CARS
DIARY OF MAIN TAX EVENTS – DECEMBER 2021/JANUARY 2022
The end of the 2019/20 tax year is just a few weeks away, so now is the time to consider some opportunities for saving tax. Please take a few moments to consider the following tips that may help you to SAVE TAX in this current year and in future tax years.
In our newsletter for December 2019:
Election Tax Proposals – More Money For NHS?
Boris Johnson To Delay 17% Rate Of Corporation Tax
More Money For Social Care?
Christmas Gifts Of Up To £50 To Employees
Gifts To Charity
Get On Your Bike! Using The Cycle To Work Scheme
Diary Of Main Tax Events December 2019/January 2020
The end of the 2018/19 tax year is just a few weeks away, so now is the time to consider some opportunities for saving tax. Please take a few moments to consider the following tips that may help you to SAVE TAX in this current year and in future tax years.
In our newsletter for December 2018:
Christmas is the time for giving
The IHT annual exemption – use it or lose it!
Gifts out of income are not taken into account for IHT
Certain gifts can have capital gains tax consequences
Not all shares qualify for CGT entrepreneurs’ relief now
Gifts of up to £50 to employees
Gifts to charity
Collecting unpaid tax For 2017/18 through your PAYE coding
Diary of main tax events December 2018/January 2019
In our newsletter for April 2018:
No Major Tax Changes In Chancellor’s Spring Statement
Cash And Digital Payments In The New Economy
Charities Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme
Scottish Income Tax Rates Due To Rise From 6 April 2018
Tax Efficient Extraction Of Profit From Companies For 2018/19
Diary of Main Tax Events April/May 2018